Durham City is internationally recognisable. With Durham Cathedral and Durham Castle at its heart, this beautiful medieval city retains much of the original architecture.
Also a University city, Durham has a vibrant and modern culture. Surrounded by stunning countryside and within easy access of the A1, A19 and the main east coast trainline, this is a city for people with places to go and things to do.
The River Wear runs through the city centre, offering an oasis of peace by way of a charming riverside walk a mere stone’s throw away from the bustling city centre.
Well served by supermarkets, a Post Office, library, high street chain stores, pubs, restaurants, cafes, in and outdoor markets, as well as quirky boutique and lifestyle shops, this deceptively compact city has everything you need.
Public transport links run to all other towns and villages across the county as well as other north east cities.
Schools in the area include Durham Trinity School and Sports College, St Leonard’s Catholic School, Durham Johnston School, St Margaret’s C of E Primary School, Durham School, The Chorester School, and Durham Sixth Form Centre.
Bearpark is a village located 2.5 miles west of Durham city centre. Although relatively small it is well served by local shops, and benefits from public transport links to Durham, Esh Winning and East Hedleyhope. Bearpark Primary School and Durham Community Business School are also nearby. We offer traditional houses and bungalows on a medium sized estate, with some new build properties. The area has medium availability.
Brandon is a large estate situated 3 miles west of Durham city centre. The area is well served by shops and a library with public transport links to Durham, Ushaw Moor, New Brancepeth, and Spennymoor. Brandon also has its own Children’s Centre in the grounds of Brandon Primary School. We offer houses, bungalows and some low-rise flats in the area. The one-bed bungalows and one-, two- and three-bed flats all have high availability.
This large village is well served by a wide variety of local shops. Situated in the heart of the Durham countryside, Esh Winning is on a direct cycle route with public transport links to Durham and East Hedleyhope. Schools include Our Lady Queen Of Martyrs R C School and Esh Winning Primary School. We have a large estate of houses, bungalows and low-rise flats in the area with high availability.
Langley Moor is 3 miles west of Durham and has a very busy high street with a variety of local shops, supermarkets, a Post Office and other facilities. Local schools include Langley Moor Primary School and St Patrick’s R C Primary School. Public transport links run to Durham, Newcastle, New Brancepeth, Crook and Ushaw Moor. We have a small development of two-bed bungalows for applicants over 60 with low availability.
Meadowfield is around 3 miles to the west of Durham city centre on the main A690 road. The area benefits from an extensive mix of retailers as well as a modern leisure centre. Excellent public transport serves the area and Brandon Primary School is on the doorstep. We offer a mixture of houses and bungalows in the area with low availability.
The small village of New Brancepeth is less than 4 miles from Durham city centre, but maintains a rural feel due to the beautiful surroundings and stunning views. There is a Post Office, village hall and children’s outdoor play area. Public transport runs to Durham and Ushaw Moor and New Brancepeth Primary School is at its heart. We offer houses and bungalows in the area with high availability.
Ushaw Moor is a large village 4 miles to the west of Durham city centre. It offers a variety of local shops, a Post Office, pubs, restaurants, and an active cricket club and sports centre. Schools include Silvertree Primary School and Durham Community Business School. We have a large supply of houses and bungalows in the area with high availability.
Witton Gilbert is located 4 miles north west of Durham City centre. The village has a large local store, two pubs, community centre and is home to Witton Gilbert Primary School. Public transport runs regularly to Newcastle, Consett and Sunderland and Durham, and the village is well placed for easy access to the A167 and A1. We have a medium supply of houses and bungalows with low availability.