Birtley is a town in the Metropolitan Borough of Gateshead in Tyne & Wear. Historically, Birtley was a township in the Parish of Chester-le-Street in County Durham and mining and iron making were important industries in Birtley.
Located in close proximity to Gateshead and Washington, it combines beautiful rural surroundings with easy access to both Newcastle and Durham making Birtley the ideal location for anyone looking for an easy commute to any of the surrounding areas. With buses providing transport around the region and the A1 providing easy access to the surrounding area to include Newcastle, Durham and Gateshead. The major train stations of Durham and Newcastle allow easy access to other cities including Manchester, Leeds and London and Newcastle Airport is under half an hour’s drive away for those looking to travel further afield.
Shopping and Leisure
The Main Road through Birtley the A167 Durham Road is home to a number of local shops and amenities such as a Morrisons supermarket, Birtley Leisure Centre, pubs, takeaways, shops, hairdressers, chemists, bakers, food shops and vets. Residents also have easy access to the Team Valley Retail Park and the Metro Centre Shopping Centre in Gateshead.
Birtley is within easy reach of the Riverside Cricket Ground and Durham Cricket for all those sports fans. Residents can also enjoy visiting the Angel of the North and Beamish museum, one of the best open air museums in the world! Birtley has a variety of useful amenities such as shops in the town centre, leisure related facilities including a swimming pool and sports centre, and a small industrial estate.
Fellcross, Birtley, DH3
Valid until 31.01.2026
|Property Type:||House||Lighting:||Low energy lighting in 20% of fixed outlets|
|Built Form:||Semi-Detached||Main Heating:||Boiler and radiators, mains gas|
|Transaction Type:||Marketed sale||Main Heating Controls:||Programmer, room thermostat and TRVs|
|Total Floor Area:||82.4||Open Fireplaces:||0|
|Energy Tariff:||Single||Hotwater System:||From main system|
|Main Fuel:||Mains gas - this is for backwards compatibility only and should not be used||Hotwater Energy Efficiency:||Very Good|
|Mains Gas:||Yes||Floors:||Suspended, no insulation (assumed)|
|Walls:||Cavity wall, filled cavity||Flat Top Storey:||No|
|Walls Energy:||Good||Top Storey:||0|
|Roof:||Pitched, 250mm loft insulation||Glazing Type:||Double glazing installed before 2002|
|Roof Energy:||Good||Previous Extensions:||0|
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|Durham Road-Fire Station||0.1 miles|
|Mount Pleasant Road||0.16 miles|
|Durham Road-Croftside||0.11 miles|
|Durham Road-Fire Station||0.12 miles|
|Mount Road - Highridge||0.13 miles|
|Felling (Tyne and Wear Metro Station)||3.64 miles|
|Heworth (Tyne and Wear Metro Station)||3.64 miles|
|Pelaw (Tyne and Wear Metro Station)||3.84 miles|
|Chester-le-Street Rail Station||3.17 miles|
|Heworth Rail Station||3.62 miles|
|Dunston Rail Station||4.33 miles|
|A1(M) J65||0.64 miles|
|A1(M) J64||1.37 miles|
|A194(M) J1||1.44 miles|
|A1(M) J63||2.36 miles|
|A194(M) J2||3.04 miles|
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