Property for sale in Tynemouth
Offers in region of £399,000 The Mews, Tynemouth, North Shields NE30
An opportunity to acquire 24 lock up garages let at rents of £8.00 - £10.00 per week but with scope for increase. Present Rental Income £9622 per annum. The site also offers the potential for redevelopment with Outline Planning Permission granted for ... More details
Note: Distances are straight line measurements
- Heworth (7.1 miles)
- Manors (7.9 miles)
Marketed by Keep Estate Agents & Chartered Surveyors, NE26. Call 0191 228 6179£595,000 Kennersdene, Tynemouth, North Shields NE30
Five bedroom semi detached family home - ideally situated for access to the amenities of Tynemouth village - Spacious living room - Fantastic family kitchen and dining room - Sun room - Ensuite master bedroom - Utility room - Detached Garage - Block ... More details
Note: Distances are straight line measurements
- Heworth (7.0 miles)
- Manors (7.7 miles)
Marketed by Hunters - North Shields, NE30. Call 0191 244 9175
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The Local Area Guide to living in Tynemouth
Situated in Tyne and Wear, eight miles from Newcastle upon Tyne, Tynemouth is a picturesque coastal town serving up spades of seaside charm. The Roman Fort and Museum in Segedunum and the dramatic dominating presence of the town's Priory and Castle overlooking the River Tyne, provide just a few stark reminders of the town's tumultuous 2,000 year past.
But it's the award-winning beaches, astonishing seascapes, range of cultural attractions and fun events and festivals to enjoy all year round - like the Mouth of Tyne Festival or the VW Rally - that exemplify how remarkable Tynemouth really is.
Information about the local residents
Due to the abundant beauty on offer, Tynemouth and the Tyneside area attract over five million visitors annually. Not surprisingly, the tourism industry is bustling and is, therefore, a major employer in the town. According to the 2011 Census, 10,472 residents call the coastal town home. Over 50% of this population are in the workforce and predominantly work in areas such as education, construction, services and as mentioned, tourism.
If you decide to relocate here, you will find an enduring sense of community and a great mix of Victorian townhouses, Georgian terraces and Edwardian properties to call home.
Parents will be delighted to know that a good three-tier system operates in Tynemouth and the surrounding area of Whitley Bay and North Shields - a short metro, bus or car ride away.
There is only one school located in the immediate vicinity, Kings Priory School - a primary and secondary school, which has gone on to gain an attractive reputation as a hub for high-quality education. Parents can also pick from other top-notch primary and secondary schools in the area such as St Mary's Roman Catholic Primary School Aided in North Shields, which was deemed 'Outstanding' by Ofsted. The school had 87% of its pupils achieving Level 4 or above in Maths, Reading and Writing - which is significantly higher than the national average. At the secondary level, both Kings Priory School and Marden High School in North Shields had pupils achieving excellent A-level results. With such striking Ofsted ratings and brilliant academic attainments, families can be safe in knowing their child's future is secure in Tynemouth.
Tynemouth is well connected to other parts of the country and Europe. The town has its own metro station, which conveniently links passengers to the rest of the borough and Newcastle upon Tyne - all in under 30 minutes! This makes Tynemouth an attractive commuter town, especially for those who don't want to give up the delights of seaside living.
Residents also benefit from swift access into Edinburgh, London, York and other parts of the country, via Newcastle Central Station, which is a short metro, car or taxi ride away.
The port of Tyne is also situated nearby, acting as a gateway into the town and the rest of the region. This means that residents can hop on a DFDS ferry which transports them to and from Ijmuiden (the port of Amsterdam) daily. If you wish to travel overseas by air, Newcastle International Airport is a mere 30-minute drive away and has its own metro station - perfect for a last minute getaway!
Millions come to Tynemouth to take advantage of the atmospheric pubs, outstanding restaurants and specialist boutiques. Two noteworthy places of interest include Tynemouth Village and The Green Ginger Arcade, which are exceptionally popular with tourists and locals alike. Here you can browse through all manner of items. From designer clothing to jewellery and antique items, you'll be able to find something to please all tastes.
Mingle with the locals and get a true sense of community spirit on the weekends by visiting the town's Metro station, which is delightfully transformed into a market selling a selection of useful wares. Shopping centres such as intu Eldon Square in Newcastle and MetroCentre in Gateshead, which can be reached by either car, train or metro in minutes, mean that all your high street favourites are never too far away.
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