Tyne-Tees real estate guide & listings for sale
There is a great variety of green spaces in Tyne-Tees. Although this part of the city is not home to any parks, public green spaces are especially well-spread out in nearby neighbourhoods, which results in them being easy to reach from most locations within the neighbourhood. Finally, this area is relatively quiet, as there are few pedestrians, although those who are near one of the railway lines may experience more noise.
Driving is an excellent transportation option in Tyne-Tees. Many real estate listings are a very short drive from the nearest highway, and coming across a parking spot is generally easy. In contrast, commuting by transit can be occasionally challenging in this area as a result of the service's low frequency. Nonetheless, residents are served by a few bus lines, and the nearest bus stop is typically very close. Walking is not especially practical for home buyers in Tyne-Tees as most daily needs are occasionally challenging to carry out without having to resort to a car.
Most of the housing growth in Tyne-Tees happened before the 1960s. In this part of the city, the vast majority of buildings are single detached homes, but duplexes are also present in the housing stock. Homeowners occupy roughly 80% of the properties in the neighbourhood and 20% are rented. This area offers mainly two bedroom and three bedroom homes.
The closest supermarket in Tyne-Tees is usually only a short walk away. Likewise, there is commonly a restaurant or cafe just around the corner. It is also easy to access a number of clothing stores on foot. Concerning education, it is a rather short walk to reach both primary and secondary schools from most properties for sale in Tyne-Tees. On the other hand, families may find it very difficult to reach daycares as a pedestrian.