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    3.    Introduction to the Tees Valley
    4.    Darlington
    8.    Yarm & Eaglescliffe
    10.   Marton & Nunthorpe
    12.   Guisborough
    14.   Saltburn
    16.   Wynyard & Hartlepool

                                            THE TEES VALLEY
                                            Countryside and coast on the doorstep; a vibrant community of creative and
                                            independent businesses; growing industry and innovative emerging sectors; a friendly,
                                            upbeat Northern nature and the perfect location from which to explore the neighbouring
                                            beauty of the North East and Yorkshire are just a few reasons why it’s great to call the
                                            Tees Valley home.
                                            Labelled the “most exciting, beautiful and friendly region in         The Tees Valley provides easy access to the rest of the
                                            England” by Lonely Planet, the Tees Valley offers a fantastic         country and international hubs such as London Heathrow and
                                            quality of life to balance with a successful career. Some of the      Amsterdam Schiphol, with weekends away, short breaks and
                                            UK’s most scenic coastline and countryside are just a short           summer holidays also within easy reach from our local Teesside
                                            commute out of the bustling town centres – providing the              International Airport.
                                            perfect escape after a hard day at the office.
                                                                                                                  Country and coastal retreats are close-by in Durham, Barnard
                                            Nestled between County Durham and North Yorkshire, the Tees           Castle, Richmond, Redcar, Seaton Carew, Saltburn, Staithes and
                                            Valley is made up of Darlington, Hartlepool, Middlesbrough,           Whitby and city stopovers in London, Edinburgh and Manchester
                                            Redcar & Cleveland and Stockton-on-Tees.                              are a relaxing two-and-a-half-hour train journey away. Newcastle,
                                                                                                                  York, Leeds and the Lake District are also all within an hour’s
                                            The region has a thriving independent scene, with bars, pubs          drive.
                                            and restaurants that make the ideal local. Baker and Bedford
                                            Streets in Middlesbrough plus Yarm, Darlington and Saltburn           From town centre living in walking distance to work and
                                            offer café and coffee culture, as well as unique shops and            accessible village life in picturesque locations to grand spaces
                                            markets.                                                              for affordable prices and a range of great things to do on your
                                                                                                                  doorstep - the Tees Valley is the perfect Northern base.
                                            If you love the outdoors, then the Tees Valley is a great location
                                            for you. You can enjoy water sports along the River Tees or at
                                            the coast. Cycle and hike in Guisborough Woods, across the
                                            North York Moors and along coastal paths around Saltburn, while
                                            taking in the stunning views of the region. All which provide easy
                                            access to the rest of the country with national rail and road links
                                            and a growing Teesside International Airport.

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DARLINGTON                                                                                                   THINGS TO DO

                                                                                                             •   Walking and Cycling – Home to many walking and
                                                                                                                 cycling routes along the River Tees on the Teesdale Way
Home to the new Treasury North campus, the market town of                                                        and within a short one-hour drive to the Lake District
Darlington lies in the Tees Valley in the north east of England.                                                 or the North York Moors, you are never far away from
                                                                                                                 stunning countryside and wide-open spaces to enjoy by
Crowned by the clock tower and brimming with historic                                                            bike or on foot in Darlington.
buildings, the town has a distinctive Victorian feel. Alongside the
                                                                                                             •   For more walking and cycling routes in Darlington and
many nods to the past, Darlington is a town looking to the future
                                                                                                                 beyond go to enjoyteesvalley.com/activity-listings/get-
with extensive ongoing restoration and redevelopment.                                                            outdoors

Darlington has handy train and road links, connecting it to major                                            •   Golf & Spa – The five-star resort of Rockliffe Hall is a
cities as well as the wild countryside of the nearby North York                                                  hidden gem in the North East and is home to an award-
Moors, Yorkshire Dales and Lake District national parks and                                                      winning spa and one of the most challenging golf
                                                                                                                 courses in Europe. Find out more at enjoyteesvalley.com/
North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

                                                                                                             •   Food & Drink – Darlington and the wider Tees Valley
                                                                                                                 have a great choice of places to eat and drink with a
                                                                                                                 host of amazing independent restaurants and bars as
                                                                                                                 well as fine dining at the region’s only two Michelin-star
                                                                                                                 restaurant The Raby Hunt, or within the traditional pub
                                                                                                                 charm of The Bay Horse in Hurworth. For more places to
                                                                                                                 eat and drink go to enjoyteesvalley.com/food-and-drink

                                     LIVING                                                                  UNCOVER THE TOWN’S                                                 ENJOY NIGHTS
            106,800                                                                                          RICH HERITAGE                                                      AT THE THEATRE
                                     The large market town of Darlington owes much of its development
                                     to the influence of local Quaker families in the Georgian and           •   Head of Steam Railway Museum – Uncover Darlington’s            •   Darlington Hippodrome – Catch a show in the
            GVA PER HR
                                     Victorian eras, who provided much of the finance and vision in              role in the history of the railway at the Head of Steam            magnificent surroundings of the Edwardian theatre
            WORKED                                                                                               Railway Museum. Located on the route of the 1825 railway,          – the Darlington Hippodrome. Delight in the plays,
                                     creating the Stockton and Darlington Railway, the world’s first steam
            £29.8                    locomotive powered, permanent passenger railway – which the                 the museum showcases the role that the Stockton and
                                                                                                                 Darlington railway played in steam travel. There are big
                                                                                                                                                                                    opera, comedy, music, dance and pantomime from
                                                                                                                                                                                    both local and touring production companies that
                                     town is famous for.                                                         plans to make the Darlington museum a world-class visitor          grace its stage in a spectacular auditorium.
            AVERAGE SPEED                                                                                        attraction and exciting celebrations are full steam ahead to
                                     Independent shops, bars, restaurants and cafes fill the narrow,             celebrate the 200th anniversary in 2025. For more go to        •   Just next door is The Hullaballoo, the only
            ON LOCAL ‘A’ ROAD                                                                                                                                                       dedicated children’s theatre north of London.
                                     cobbled streets of the various wynds and yards of this distinctive          enjoyteesvalley.com/activity/head-of-steam.
            29.9MPH                  town centre with delicious eateries and the perfect coffee spots        •   Tees Cottage Pumping Station – Learn about how the             •   Independent venues such as The Forum serve as
                                     at every corner. The market square provides the ideal location              Victorian authorities supplied the town with water at the          a meeting place for musicians as well as a comedy
            COMMUTE                  for a vibrant programme of events, from food and drink festivals            Tees Cottage Pumping Station. It has two original pumping          and film club, whilst the art deco Majestic Theatre
            TIME ON FOOT             and dance extravaganzas to regular markets, situated in front               engines that are put into action on four weekends a year.          hosts the very best in amateur theatre.

            10MINS                   of the Victorian market hall, currently undergoing an exciting
                                                                                                                 You can also watch live demonstrations of the old trade
                                                                                                                 of blacksmithing at the Blacksmith’s Shop. For more go to
                                                                                                                                                                                •   Head a little further afield and you can enjoy the
                                                                                                                                                                                    newly-restored The Globe in Stockton, West-End
                                                                                                                 enjoyteesvalley.com/activity/tees-cottage-pumping-station/         productions at the Sunderland Empire, the Theatre
                                     The beautiful green space of South Park filled with original            •   St Cuthbert’s Church – Just off Darlington’s market                Royal in Newcastle or experience a pantomime at
                                                                                                                 square stands the impressive church with its medieval              the York Grand Opera House.
                                     Victorian features sits just outside of the town centre, whilst the
                                     magnificent Darlington Hippodrome theatre lights up the town                architecture. It was completed in 1240 and marks the site      •   Check out the Tees Valley’s theatres and art
                                                                                                                 of one of the temporary resting places of St Cuthbert after
                                     with its impressive façade and even more impressive line-up of              the Vikings attacked Lindisfarne.
                                                                                                                                                                                    centres at enjoyteesvalley.com/event-listings/
                                     performances.                                                                                                                                  theatre/

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MIDDLETON ST GEORGE /                                                                                                        LOW CONISCLIFFE
                                                                                                                             •   The small but attractive village of Low Coniscliffe is
•   Middleton St George is a village just two miles                                                                              just 2.5 miles from Darlington town centre and boasts
    outside of Darlington within easy reach of Teesside                                                                          a beautiful riverside location and picturesque rural
    International Airport.                                                                                                       setting. The River Tees is on the doorstep which offers
                                                              £284,995                          £610,000                         a range of riverside walking routes, plus the local pub,        £420,000                          £487,000
•   The pretty village has a small selection of shops,                                                                           the Baydale Beck Inn within easy walking distance.
    four pubs alongside everyday amenities as well as                                                                            A brand-new selection of luxury properties has just
    a doctor’s surgery and private day nursery.                                                                                  been added to the village at Coniscliffe Grange with
                                                                                                                                 Robertson Homes.
•   The original line of the Stockton and Darlington
    Railway passed through the village, which is now
    served by Dinsdale railway station.
                                                              £375,000                          £850,000                                                                                         £535,000                          £590,000

                                                            Pictures taken from Rightmove.com                                                                                                  Pictures taken from Rightmove.com
HURWORTH-ON-TEES                                                                                                             TOWN CENTRE & WEST END
•   The idyllic village of Hurworth-on-Tees is                                                                               •   Central Park is ideally located near to Darlington town
    surrounded by stunning open countryside, whilst                                                                              centre, the main railway station and supermarkets,
    still being close to Darlington and transport links                                                                          providing a mix of house types that are ideal for first
    making this the perfect place to enjoy the best of                                                                           time buyers, families and professionals.
    both worlds. A property in the riverside location
    of Hurworth will see you enjoy the quiet, village         £198,000                          £469,955                     •   One of the most desirable areas of Darlington is the            £250,000                          £575,000
    lifestyle with plenty of places to eat, drink and                                                                            West End, which encompasses DL3 postcodes in
    enjoy with the five-star resort of Rockliffe Hall and                                                                        areas including Mowden, Carmel and properties off
    exquisite eateries such as The Bay Horse.                                                                                    Woodlands Road, which passes the Darlington Memorial
                                                                                                                                 Hospital into the town centre. It is a popular choice for
                                                                                                                                 young professionals and families living in the area.

                                                              £235,000                          £695,000                                                                                         £144,995                          £790,000

                                                            SCHOOLS                                                          TRANSPORT
                                                            There is a great choice of high-achieving schools in the         Sitting at the West side of the Tees Valley, Darlington is a
                                                            Darlington area with many rated either Outstanding or Good       transport hub with major A roads such as the A1(M) and A66
                                                            by Ofsted.                                                       running direct into the town. Teesside International Airport is
                                                                                                                             just six miles from the centre of Darlington and connects to
                                                            With a choice of seven Ofsted rated Outstanding schools
                                                                                                                             UK, European and worldwide destinations with daily direct
                                                            across primary and secondary, including Abbey Infants’
                                                                                                                             links to London Heathrow and Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.
                                                            School, St Augustine’s RC Primary School, Carmel College and
                                                                                                                             Darlington’s railway station is part of the main East Coast
                                                            Hurworth School, Darlington provides great opportunities to
                                                                                                                             Rail Network and provides rapid and regular connections
                                                            give your family the best start in life.
                                                                                                                             southwards to London (twice an hour direct to Kings Cross
                                                            The town also benefits from two colleges with the Queen          taking less than 2.5 hours) and northwards to Edinburgh in a
                                                            Elizabeth Sixth Form and Darlington college which neighbours     little over two hours.
                                                            the Teesside University campus for the Centre for Professional
                                                            and Executive Development (CPED).

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YARM &                                                                                              HOUSING

                                                                                                    There are some excellent housing options on both sides of the river
                                                                                                    in Yarm and Eaglescliffe, all situated within easy reach of the schools.
                                                                                                    From executive new-build properties to beautiful Victorian houses,
                                                                                                    there is something for everyone. Egglescliffe Village offers the               £169,950                              £825,000
                                                                                                    opportunity to live in a quaint village, with the advantage of having
                                                                                                    all the amenities of Yarm High Street a short stroll away. At its heart is     YARM
                                                                                                    the Pot and Glass, a traditional family-run pub, and its proximity to the
                                                                                                    river means you can go on stunning walks right from your doorstep.
                                                                                                    Yarm High Street itself also has a range of housing if you like to be
                                                                                                    close to the action, with some quirky cottages and stylish apartments
                                                                                                    tucked away on its pretty side streets.
                                                                                                    If you prefer a new home, there is also a range of developments,
                                                                                                    including Avant Homes Tall Trees, with a choice of three, four and
                                                                                                    five-bedroom new homes and the Morley Carr Farm Taylor Wimpey                  £695,000                              £380,000
                                                                                                    offering a range of options.

    POPULATION          LIVING                                                                      SCHOOLS                                                                      TRANSPORT
                                                                                                                                                                                 Yarm and Eaglescliffe are well-connected. Yarm
                                                                                                    Either side of the river are some of the region’s top schools. Yarm
                        The beautiful market town of Yarm is one of the North East’s most                                                                                        train station has direct trains to York, Leeds and
                                                                                                    School and Teesside High offer co-educational, independent
                                                                                                                                                                                 Manchester, while Eaglescliffe station takes you
    GVA PER HR          picturesque locations. At the heart is its bustling high street, filled     education for pupils aged 3-18. Conyers and Egglescliffe are
                                                                                                                                                                                 directly to London in less than three hours and
    WORKED              with independent shops, restaurants, cafes, and bars - it’s easy to         excellent, high performing comprehensive schools. The nine primary
                                                                                                                                                                                 Darlington Train station in 10 minutes. It is also only a
    £35.10              see why it was named the winner of the 2020 Rising Star Award at
                                                                                                    schools in the district are classified as either Good or Outstanding,
                                                                                                    making this an excellent location for families of all ages.
                                                                                                                                                                                 15-minute drive to Darlington, which connects you to
                                                                                                                                                                                 Newcastle, Durham and Edinburgh via the East Coast
                        the Great British High Street Awards.
                                                                                                                                                                                 Main Line. Teesside Airport is also just a ten-minute
                                                                                                                                                                                 drive away for those trips further afield.
    AVERAGE SPEED       The River Tees flows through its centre, underneath the imposing
                        Yarm viaduct, and it is surrounded by glorious countryside making it
    26.8MPH             the ideal location for exploring on foot.

                        Yarm High Street sits between Yarm and Eaglescliffe, which offer            FOOD AND DRINK
                        plenty to do once you have exhausted all that the high street has
                        to offer. Discover Preston Hall and step back in time with its replica
    21 MINS             Victorian Street or explore the 110 acres of parkland and woodland          •   Food and drink – Yarm High Street is home to some of the
                                                                                                        region’s best restaurants, with a range of excellent continental-
                        filled with beautiful picnic spots. Also located within Preston Park            style eateries, cafes and bars. Make a pit-stop at Hobo Coffee
                        is Butterfly World, where the world’s most exotic and beautiful                 House or enjoy an al-fresco dining experience at the Michelin
                        butterflies fill the air.                                                       Guide restaurant, Muse. There is also an array of traditional
                                                                                                        pubs, serving everything from cask ales to cocktails.
                        There are also plenty of things to keep sports-mad children and
                                                                                                    •   Accommodation – Country house hotels Crathorne Hall and
                        adults entertained, with family-friendly clubs for tennis, golf, cricket,       Judges are just a short distance from the High street, for that
                        squash and rugby.                                                               extra-special occasion.
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                                                                                                 There is a variety of housing available in Marton and Nunthorpe
                                                                                                 from flats, bungalows and semi-detached properties to new-build
                                                                                                 developments and the impressive mansions on the well-known road               £244,995                          £895,000
                                                                                                 The Grove in Marton.
                                                                                                 Roseberry Manor from Bellway Homes is the newest development
                                                                                                 in Nunthorpe. It is a development of three, four and five-bedroom
                                                                                                 homes, which border open countryside and is overlooked by
                                                                                                 Roseberry Topping and the Cleveland Hills.

                                                                                                                                                                               £160,000                          £370,000


     POPULATION          LIVING                                                                  SCHOOLS                                                   TRANSPORT
                                                                                                 Marton and Nunthorpe are in the catchment area of         Both Marton and Nunthorpe are well connected by both rail and
                         Marton and Nunthorpe are both pretty suburbs of Middlesbrough           a selection of Ofsted rated Outstanding and Good          road. Each suburb has a railway station with regular services that run
                         located at the heart of the Tees Valley.                                schools including Nunthorpe Primary Academy,              to Middlesbrough, Stockton, Hartlepool, Newcastle and Carlisle and
     GVA PER HR                                                                                  Lingfield Primary School and St Bernadette’s              both are within easy reach of the A19 for Middlesbrough, Hartlepool,
                                                                                                 Catholic Primary School.                                  Sunderland, York and Doncaster, and the A171 for Middlesbrough, Whitby
     WORKED              Marton, famous for being the birthplace of the British explorer                                                                   and Scarborough.
     £29.80              Captain James Cook, is a small suburb within easy reach of
                         Middlesbrough. At its centre lies the lush green grounds and
                         open space of Stewart Park, home to the Captain Cook Birthplace
                         Museum and host of BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend in 2019.                   FOOD AND DRINK
                         The area has also been known for producing an array of sporting
     29.9MPH             talent with junior football club Marton F.C. turning out professional   •   Food & Drink – A small selection of sweet cafes can be
                         footballers Jonathan Woodgate, David Wheater and Stewart                    found in each suburb, perfect for a coffee stop or a spot
                         Downing. Middlesbrough FC’s impressive Riverside Stadium is just            of lunch, while the centre of Middlesbrough offers similar
                         a short drive away and also hosts big-ticket concerts during the            vintage cafes like The Tea House alongside a range of dining
                                                                                                     experiences for any occasion. Baker Street and Bedford
     CAR TO DARLINGTON   summer months.                                                              Street are the focal points of the foodie scene, including
     30MINS              Nunthorpe, an outer suburb of Middlesbrough, is located south
                                                                                                     the cool cocktail bar The Nuthatch, the Baker Street Kitchen
                                                                                                     café and The Chairman, which serves up posh pub grub.
                         of the River Tees and is another fantastic base with easy access            The Middlesbrough food scene really comes alive when the
                                                                                                     monthly artisan food and drink festival Orange Pip Market
                         to Middlesbrough town centre and the glorious countryside of                arrives in town, with the streets filled with delicious food
                         the neighbouring North York Moors, overlooked by the iconic                 vendors, live music and salsa every summer from April to
                         Roseberry Topping. A walker’s paradise, Roseberry Topping is often          September.
                         compared to the Matterhorn in Switzerland because of its shape
                         and has a fantastic array of habitats to discover. Explore bluebell     •   Accommodation – The centre of Middlesbrough has a
                                                                                                     selection of budget hotels from the Jury’s Inn, Premier Inn
                         woods, heather moorland, the open expanses of Roseberry                     and the Holiday Inn Express with a choice of smaller hotels
                         Common and breathtaking views all year round.                               and B&Bs in the area too.
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                                                                                                 There are a wide range of housing options available in Guisborough,
                                                                                                 from detatched and semi-detached homes overlooking Guisborough
                                                                                                 Forest, to charming cottages and impressive country houses that
                                                                                                 line Belmangate. The much sought-after Stokesley Road caters for
                                                                                                 larger homes and, just outside of town Hutton Village features many           £124,950                          £750,000
                                                                                                 individually designed detached executive homes. Taylor Wimpey
                                                                                                 also have their new Galley Hill development, which offers a selection
                                                                                                 of four and five-bedroom houses.

                                                                                                                                                                               £339,950                          £245,000

     POPULATION          LIVING                                                                  SCHOOLS                                                   TRANSPORT
                                                                                                 Guisborough is in the catchment area of a                 Guisborough is a short distance from the A174 and A19 and is
                                                                                                 selection of Ofsted rated Outstanding and Good            located near the A171 to the North York Moors and Whitby. Teesside
                         Guisborough is a small market town steeped in history, heritage,                                                                  International Airport is also approximately a 30-minute drive away for a
                                                                                                 schools including Galley Hill Primary School - rated
     GVA PER HR          and community spirit. Guisborough boasts attractive cobbled             Outstanding - plus Belmont Primary School, Prior          range of international connections.
     WORKED              streets and an impressive forest which acts as a gateway to the         Pursglove College, Nunthorpe Academy and

     £25.70              North York Moors, making it fantastic for someone wanting to            Outwood Academy Bydales.                                  Arriva North East offers several bus routes connecting Guisborough
                                                                                                                                                           to nearby towns and villages as well as regular bus services to
                         escape to the countryside.                                                                                                        Middlesbrough. There is also an on-demand bus service Tees Flex,
                                                                                                                                                           which offers services to a variety of key locations across Redcar &
                         Guisborough’s High Street is the hub of the market town and                                                                       Cleveland.
     AVERAGE SPEED       provides a whole host of shops to enjoy, from large retailers to
     ON LOCAL ‘A’ ROAD   independent stores. The High Street is also bustling with market
     35.9 MPH            traders every Thursday and Saturday throughout the year, so you’re
                                                                                                                                                           FOOD AND DRINK
                         bound to find local businesses to fall in love with.

     COMMUTE TIME BY     With a wide range of walking and cycling routes for all abilities and
                                                                                                                                                           •   Food and drink – Guisborough’s independent food and
     CAR TO DARLINGTON   ages, Pinchinthorpe suits explorers and families alike, so you can                                                                    drink scene is thriving, so you’ll be spoilt for choice when it
     42MINS              take the children to discover Great Gruffalo Wood or recharge your
                         batteries at Guisborough Branch Walkway Café.
                                                                                                                                                               comes to classy bars, cosy cafes and top-quality eateries.
                                                                                                                                                               Discover authentic Italian cuisine in Sergio’s Italian, enjoy top-
                                                                                                                                                               notch cocktails in The Monk or satisfy your sweet tooth at The
                         Get immersed in history with Gisborough Priory’s impressive                                                                           Songbird Bakery. Don’t forget to grab a bite to eat at Cookfellas
                                                                                                                                                               Restaurant, which is also opening a new wine bar on the High
                         architecture or pack a picnic and tour its gorgeous grounds.                                                                          Street.

                                                                                                                                                           •   Accommodation – Stay in the luxurious four-star country house
                                                                                                                                                               hotel, Gisborough Hall, or embrace the great outdoors at Baby
                                                                                                                                                               Moon Camp.

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                                                                                                    Saltburn has a whole host of properties to suit any lifestyle. Grand
                                                                                                    Victorian houses can be found on Marske Mill Lane, which sits just
                                                                                                    a stone’s throw from the town’s railway station and beach. Many
                                                                                                    detached, semi-detached and beautiful period terraced properties
                                                                                                    can be found elsewhere in the centre. If it’s executive new-builds that         £230,000                             £599,950
                                                                                                    you’re on the hunt for, Larkfields, a new Taylor Wimpey development,
                                                                                                    provides two, three and four-bedroom homes in a choice of designs.

                                                                                                                                                                                    £370,000                             £985,000

     POPULATION          LIVING                                                                     SCHOOLS                                                    TRANSPORT
                                                                                                    Saltburn is home to Rosedene Nursery, Saltburn
                                                                                                                                                               Saltburn’s train station links directly to Middlesbrough and Darlington for
                         Named fourth in The London Economic’s top ten best up-and-                 Primary School and Huntcliffe Secondary School
                                                                                                                                                               speedy connections along and East Coast Main Line and to the North-
                         coming places to live in the UK, this pretty Victorian seaside town        with Prior Pursglove College and Redcar and
                                                                                                                                                               West. A 20-minute drive takes you on the A19 and it’s a 50-minute drive
     GVA PER HR                                                                                     Cleveland College within easy reach. There are
                         provides scenic coastal living with the North York Moors on the            many other schools and colleges in the surrounding
                                                                                                                                                               to the A1(M). Teesside International Airport is only 45 minutes away with a
     WORKED              doorstep.                                                                                                                             range of domestic and international destinations.
                                                                                                    areas which include Middlesbrough College and
                                                                                                    the globally recognised Teesside University.
                         The beautiful beach, which has been awarded Blue Flag status
                         for two years in a row, is also home to the last remaining pleasure
     AVERAGE SPEED       pier in the North East and the oldest operating water balanced
     ON LOCAL ‘A’ ROAD   cliff lift. The area has a burgeoning arts scene, a range of delicious     FOOD AND DRINK
     35.9MPH             restaurants – including award-winning fish and chips – and some of
                         the best surfing spots in the North.
                                                                                                    •   Food and drink Quirky cocktail bars like the Sitting
                         For sports and activities, the 12th hole at Saltburn Golf Club is              Room and Signals Café & Bar, sit nearby to independent
     COMMUTE TIME BY                                                                                    eateries along Milton Street and you can get fish and
                         acclaimed as one of the best par threes in the North East and
     CAR TO DARLINGTON                                                                                  chips with a side of panoramic coastal views at Seaview
                         Saltburn beach is a major surf spot with Flow Surf School and
     43MINS              Saltburn Surf School providing equipment and surf lessons. Marvel

                         at Boulby Cliffs on exhilarating country walks and a coastal stroll will   •   Accommodation – Fine dining is also on the menu at
                         take you along to Marske-by-the-Sea and Redcar.                                Brockley Hall boutique hotel, in a refined environment
                                                                                                        with an a la carte 2 AA Rosette awarded menu. The town
                                                                                                        is home to a monthly Farmers Market and Saltburn Food
                                                                                                        Festival is an annual celebration of Northern-produced
                                                                                                        food, drink, arts and crafts.
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                                                                                                      Wynyard Park has worked with several elite house builders
                                                                                                      to create new build homes and provide an aspirational living
                                                                                                      environment that has been carefully crafted within a tranquil
                                                                                                      woodland location. From magnificent self-builds to outstanding
                                                                                                      executive homes, the luxury private estate promotes a fantastic             £945,000                          £745,000
                                                                                                      quality of life and includes its own facilities.
Hartlepool provides a home close to the coast whilst Wynyard,
in Stockton-on-Tees, has some of the most impressive                                                  Hartlepool, which lies just 8-miles from Stockton-on-Tees offers a
                                                                                                      choice of coastal town centre or village living with the villages of
properties in the Tees Valley.
                                                                                                      Seaton Carew, Greatham, Hart Village, Dalton Piercy and Elwick.

                                                                                                                                                                                  £525,000                          £495,950

LIVING                                                                                                SCHOOLS                                                                TRANSPORT
                                                                                                      Wynyard boasts some of the best schools in the region. Wynyard         Being situated close to the key road network, including
Settle in the seaside town of Hartlepool or Seaton Carew and enjoy the                                Church of England Primary School is rated Outstanding by               the A1(M), A19 and A689, driving from both Hartlepool or
                                                                                  POPULATION                                                                                 Wynyard to work or reaching attractions is easy. Durham
                                                                                                      Ofsted, alongside St. Paul’s Roman Catholic Primary School.
perks of living in a coastal location. The Hartlepool Headland offers an array
of colourful properties with unrivalled views out to sea whilst the marina is
                                                                                  93,700              Hartlepool also has a great choice of Outstanding rated primary
                                                                                                                                                                             is less than 30 minutes away to the north, and Teesside
                                                                                                                                                                             International Airport is the same distance to the south.
                                                                                                      schools with Hart Primary School, Holy Trinity Church of England
home to the magnificent HMS Trincomolee, the oldest warship still afloat,                             Primary School and Springwell School.
                                                                                                                                                                             Hartlepool train station is located just minutes from the
                                                                                                                                                                             town centre and connects the town to the rest of the
within the National Museum of the Royal Navy.
                                                                                                      For secondary education the nearby Sedgefield Community                UK with regular direct train services running across the
                                                                                                      College is also Outstanding and you’ll find a number of reputable      North East to Newcastle, Middlesbrough and Sunderland.
The Wynyard estate was owned by the Londonderry family until 1987 and has                             private schools a short drive away including Red House, Norton         Long-distance services to London and Edinburgh can be
hundreds of new homes alongside the original country house, now Wynyard           GVA PER HR          and Yarm School.                                                       reached via connecting trains at Darlington with its East
                                                                                                                                                                             Coast Main Line connections.
Hall Hotel. Wynyard Park is recognised as a significant new settlement with       WORKED
Garden Village status. The managed estate includes amenities such as a
golf club, restaurant, shop, salons and even a dentist. Security is no problem,
with 24-hour on-site operations, daily patrols and CCTV coverage alongside
regular estate maintenance including grass cutting.                                                                                                     FOOD AND DRINK
                                                                                  AVERAGE SPEED
This high-quality environment makes Wynyard one of the most sought-               ON LOCAL ‘A’ ROAD                                                     The Stables pub and restaurant in the heart of Wynyard Village is great for a
after addresses in the Tees Valley. The surrounding area has some of
the most scenic settings in the region, with tranquil woodland backdrops.         36.2MPH                                                               pub lunch and evening meal. Wynyard Hall hotel offers a la carte dining and
                                                                                                                                                        afternoon tea on the terrace and is complemented by a lakeside spa, top AA
                                                                                                                                                        rosette restaurant, farm shop, gardens and café as a neighbour. The Wynyard
The Woodland Walk at Wynyard Hall is one for all the family to enjoy and
                                                                                                                                                        Club at Wynyard golf club is also a popular meal destination and its Wellington
the former railway line links to footpaths on to Thorpe Wood Local Nature                                                                               Course is rated as one of the UK’s best. Nearby Stockton-on-Tees and
Reserve, Tilery and Brierley Woods and the splendid Pickard Meadows. Miles                                                                              Hartlepool town centres also offer a range of dining and nightlife options.
of beaches line the coast at Seal Sands, only a 13-minute drive from Wynyard,     COMMUTE TIME BY
                                                                                  CAR TO DARLINGTON                                                     Waterside bars, restaurants and cafes can be found at Hartlepool Marina with
excellent for a family day out and, as the name suggests, you might see a
seal or two.                                                                      27 MINS                                                               cool eateries such as Wallis & Co and the Open Jar, now also with a new base
                                                                                                                                                        at Seaton Carew, as well as plenty more to choose from in the town centre.
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With thanks to the following, picture credits:
Mike Kipling/NYMNP, Andy Futers, Rob Lambert Photography, Colin Carter/NYMNP
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