Gateshead is a borough of contrasts being made up of a number of smaller urban centres and busy employment areas such as Blaydon, Whickham, Felling and Birtley based around the main town centre area situated on the south side of the River Tyne directly opposite from Newcastle and connected via seven bridges, Gateshead is perfectly placed within Tyne and Wear for those looking to commute. However around two thirds of the borough is rural with numerous smaller settlements such as Kibblesworth, Sunniside, Chopwell and High Spen.
Getting around the North East couldn't be easier with the area benefiting from a host of transport links to include rail stations operated by Tyne & Wear Metro leading to Sunderland, Newcastle and beyond and Northern Rail station with trains running to Middlesbrough and Newcastle, with some services carrying on to Carlisle, Edinburgh and London Kings Cross. Gateshead Interchange is the busiest bus station in Tyne & Wear with buses providing easy transport around the region. Several major road links pass through Gateshead, including the A1 and the A184.
Shopping & Leisure
Gateshead has a wide range of retail facilities for shoppers to enjoy such as the Metrocentre being the UK’s largest indoor mall-style shopping centres, conveniently situated beside the A1, Retail World Team Valley and Gateshead Trinity Square boasting Tesco Extra alongside Vue Cinema, Argos, Boots and more. To the south lies Low Fell with a good range of local shops. Major initiatives such as the Sage Gateshead Music Centre, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead College and the Gateshead Millennium Bridge have all been developed over recent years.
For those with finding the right school at the top of their agenda then don’t look too far with a range of local primary and senior schools which can be found around the Borough and of course, not forgetting Gateshead College boasting six campuses, for academic and vocational courses.
Wardley Drive, NE10
Valid until 13.09.2028
|Property Type:||Flat||Lighting:||Low energy lighting in 80% of fixed outlets|
|Built Form:||End-Terrace||Main Heating:||Boiler and radiators, mains gas|
|Transaction Type:||Marketed sale||Main Heating Controls:||Programmer, room thermostat and TRVs|
|Total Floor Area:||31||Open Fireplaces:||0|
|Energy Tariff:||Single||Hotwater System:||From main system|
|Main Fuel:||Mains gas (not community)||Hotwater Energy Efficiency:||Good|
|Mains Gas:||Yes||Floors:||Solid, no insulation (assumed)|
|Floor Level:||Ground||Walls:||Cavity wall, filled cavity|
|Flat Top Storey:||No||Walls Energy:||Average|
|Top Storey:||0||Roof:||(another dwelling above)|
|Glazing Type:||Double glazing, unknown install date||Roof Energy:||N/A|
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|Sunderland Road-Wardley Drive||0.04 miles|
|Wardley Lane||0.04 miles|
|Wardley Lane||0.05 miles|
|Sunderland Road||0.1 miles|
|Sunderland Road||0.12 miles|
|Pelaw (Tyne and Wear Metro Station)||0.86 miles|
|Heworth (Tyne and Wear Metro Station)||1.31 miles|
|Fellgate (Tyne and Wear Metro Station)||1.62 miles|
|Heworth Rail Station||1.34 miles|
|Brockley Whins Rail Station||2.58 miles|
|Manors Rail Station||3.69 miles|
|A194(M) J3||0.32 miles|
|A194(M) J2||0.9 miles|
|A194(M) J1||2.58 miles|
|A1(M) J65||3.48 miles|
|A1(M) J64||4.49 miles|
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