KEY FACTS FOR BUYERS
West Meadows Road, Cleadon, SR6
An Analysis of This Property & The Local Area

About Boldon

Boldon consists of three settlements, East Boldon, West Boldon and Boldon Colliery. The Boldons border the North of Sunderland, South Shields and Jarrow. The area includes a wide range of housing styles, from Edwardian villas to Victorian terraces, post-war housing to more recent smaller-scale developments. Despite the relatively small geographical area, there are a significant number of older buildings considered as being of architectural merit including churches, public houses and former country houses, as well as modern additions.

Connections

Boldon is served by the Tyne and Wear Metro with stations at East Boldon and Brockley Whins, as well as numerous bus routes. Boldon is located near the A19 which offers direct access to Sunderland and is only a 20 minute drive to Newcastle.

Shopping and Leisure

Boldon is home to Boldon Leisure Park which offers an 11 screen Cineworld Cinema. Also offering key restaurant operators including Frankie & Benny's, Pizza Hut, Nando’s and McDonalds. Located to the rear of the leisure park is a 24 Hour Asda which caters for all shopping needs. Traditional pubs are abundant in Boldon and are extremely popular within the area. The Black Bull, Beggar’s Bridge and The Red Lion are just a few of the thriving pubs which accommodate many of the locals every day. 

With a short Metro journey you can find yourself situated within either Sunderland or Newcastle City Centre. Both offer fantastic shopping options as well as iconic nightlife.

Education

Boldon School is a coeducational secondary school in Boldon Colliery. A community school administered by South Tyneside Metropolitan Borough Council, it has a specialism in sports. The school relocated to a new £17.5 million building in 2006. Boldon School offers GCSEs, BTECs and Cambridge Nationals as programmes of study for pupils. The school also operates a vocational sixth form which offers NVQs and further BTECs.

History

During the first half of the 19th century the main industries in Boldon were stone quarrying, brick-making, tanning and brewing but during the later half of the century the demand for coal increased enormously so the Harton Coal Company sank a coal shaft in the area in 1866 and built houses for the workers thus creating a new village of Boldon Colliery.  The colliery had remained very important to the area for over 100 when it was closed in 1982.  Other industries have moved in to replace the colliery as the main source of employment.

 

Key Features
Property Type
Semi-Detached
Bedrooms
2 Bedrooms
Bathrooms
1 Bathroom
Outside Space
Gardens
Parking
Garage
Key Details
Floor Area
947.22 ft2
88.00 m2
Plot Size
Council Tax
Band D
£1,922.86 pa
Flood Risk
Very Low
Conservation Area
No
Land Registry
Tenure
Freehold
Title Number
TY13679
Mobile, Broadband & TV
Estimated Broadband Speeds
Standard - 12 mbps
Superfast - 80 mbps
Mobile Signal (based on calls indoors)
EE
O2
3 (Three)
Vodafone
Cable/Satellite TV Availability
BT:
Sky:
Virgin:
Street View
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Energy rating

D

West Meadows Road, SUNDERLAND, SR6

Valid until 20.10.2025

Your energy rating is D(61) and your potential is B(82) A B C D E F G 92+ 81-91 69-80 55-68 39-54 21-38 1-20 Score Energy rating Current Potential 61 | D 82 | B
Education Level
Nursery
Primary
Secondary / College
Primary / Secondary
Pin Colour Key (Based on inspection body ratings)
Highest
Lowest
Not Rated
Independent
Bus Stops/Stations
Pin Name Distance
Whitburn Road-Laburnham Grove 0.3 miles
Sunderland Road-Moor Lane 0.22 miles
Sunderland Road-Moor Lane 0.22 miles
Sunderland Road-Number 45 0.33 miles
Whitburn Road-Laburnham Grove 0.31 miles
Local Connections
Pin Name Distance
East Boldon (Tyne and Wear Metro Station) 0.84 miles
Seaburn (Tyne and Wear Metro Station) 1.27 miles
Stadium Of Light (Tyne and Wear Metro Station) 2.04 miles
Ferry Terminals
Pin Name Distance
South Shields Ferry Terminal 3.91 miles
Newcastle International Ferry Terminal 3.78 miles
National Rail Stations
Pin Name Distance
East Boldon Rail Station 0.82 miles
Seaburn Rail Station 1.25 miles
St Peters Rail Station 2.47 miles
Trunk Roads/Motorways
Pin Name Distance
A194(M) J3 4.61 miles
A194(M) J2 5.15 miles
A194(M) J1 6.27 miles
A1(M) J64 7.44 miles
A1(M) J65 7.05 miles
Airports/Helipads
Pin Name Distance
Newcastle International Airport 13.82 miles
Durham Tees Valley Airport 30.12 miles
Leeds Bradford International Airport 75.25 miles
Robin Hood Doncaster Sheffield Airport 102.23 miles
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