living in Peterlee
Peterlee is well served with local shops, large supermarkets, a leisure centre, library, banks, a post office, pubs and restaurants.
Public transport links links the area to other towns and cities across the north east.
Peterlee continues to grow. believe housing are planning to build new homes throughout 2018/19 to meet demand.
The area is home to Acre Rigg Infant School and Acre Rigg Academy. The estate’s position on the outskirts of Peterlee makes for easy access to the A19. Local shops are within walking distance, and public transport provides a link to the town centre. We have two-, three- and some four-bed houses ranging in availability. There are also one- and two-bed bungalows, and one-, two- and three-bed flats with low to medium availability.
Blackhall and the surrounding area has recently benefited from substantial funding, and offers access to a magnificent coastline, children’s play area, bowling green, football fields and cricket field. The area is well served by local shops, pubs, a library and Blackhall Colliery Primary School. Public transport links Blackhall to Hartlepool, Sunderland, Peterlee, Doxford International and Durham. We offer two- and three-bed houses and one- and two-bed bungalows with low to medium, and one-bed flats with medium availability. There is also a sheltered scheme, Primrose Court, with one-bed flats with medium availability.
This rural village has its own golf club and cricket club as well as a pub and restaurants. Although there are no schools or local shops, it is a short bus ride to the neighbouring towns of Wingate and Blackhall, or the larger Peterlee. We have a very small number of houses and bungalows in the area with low availability.
Chapel Hill is deceptively close to the town centre and homes here benefit from generous gardens. We have two-, three- and four-bed houses here with varying availability, and one and two-bed bungalows with medium availability.
Denehouse benefits from open green space and various local shops. There is a main bus route to the town centre and Dene House Primary School and Dene Community School are on the doorstep. We have two-, three- and four-bed houses with low to medium availability. There are also one-bed bungalows with low availability, and one-, two- and three-bed flats with high availability.
Easington Colliery and Easington Village run together although they are separate settlements. Both served by a variety of local shops and pubs, the villages are perfect for beach access and the surrounding countryside, with regular public transport to Peterlee and Durham. Schools include Easington Colliery Primary School, Hope Wood Academy, Easington C of E Primary, Rosemary Lane Nursery School, and Easington Academy. We offer a range of two and three-bed houses with low to medium availability. There are also one- and two-bed bungalows with low availability, and one-bed flats with medium to high availability.
This estate has a good range of facilities with two local shopping parades. A main bus service runs through the area to the town centre. Seascape Primary School is on the periphery of the estate. We offer two-, three- and some four-bed houses here with varying availability, one- and two-bed bungalows with low to medium, and two-bed flats with high availability.
Hesleden is a small rural village situated near to Blackhall and Castle Eden Dene National Countryside Park. Public transport runs to Peterlee, Sunderland and Hartlepool, and in easy access of the A19. The village has a shop and is home to Hesleden Primary school. We have two- and three-bed houses and one- and two-bed bungalows with low to medium availability.
In 2020 work should be completed on the proposed railway station in Horden, opening rail links to local residents and providing swift access to Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Seaham and further. Other public transport links run to Peterlee, Seaham and Durham. The area is well served by local shops, cafés, pubs, a post office and an award-winning welfare park. It is also home to Cotsford Infant School, Yohden Primary School, and Cotsford Junior School. We offer two- and three-bed houses, and one- and two-bed bungalows with low to medium availability. There is also a sheltered scheme in Horden, Robinson House, with flats and bedsits with high availability.
Howletch estate is serviced by a primary school, a general dealers, fish and chip shop and a club. A major bus route provides quick and easy access to the town centre as well as routes to Newcastle, Sunderland and Durham. There are also two large senior schools/academies within walking distance as are the main town centre facilities. We have two-, three- and four-bed houses here with low to medium availability. There are also one-bed bungalows with medium availability, and one- and two-bed flats with medium to high availability.
This beautifully landscaped estate is serviced by an infant, junior and secondary school/academy. There is also another large secondary school within walking distance. As well as local amenities, there are regular transport links to surrounding areas. Passfield is home to ‘The Pavillion’, which is a fitness and function centre. We have two-, three- and four-bed bedroom houses in the area with low to with medium availability. There are one-bed bungalows and one-, two- and three bedroom flats with low to medium.
Although the estate itself has no facilities it is within walking distance of the general dealers, fish shop, pub and other facilities at Passfield. A ‘hopper’ bus route also runs through the area. We offer two- and three-bed houses and one-bed bungalows with low availability, and one- and two-bed flats with medium availability.