New homes in Stockton
Lying within County Durham, the market town of Stockton-on-Tees is filled with multiple things to do, from sports and leisure to numerous cultural activities.
Things to See and Do
If you love shopping you can enjoy weekly markets, high street brands and independent shops – you could spend hours perusing the aisles in Wellington Square shopping centre or at Castlegate Shopping Centre. Branch out a little further at the Teesside Shopping Park, which features all the big name brands alongside a cinema, bowling, restaurants and a casino.
Culture flows throughout the area with several theatres in the shape of the Globe, the Forum Theatre, The Georgian Theatre and the ARC theatre – all hosting the best in comedy, drama, music, and dance performances, amongst other forms of artistry.
Nestled on the River Tees, residents will find the Preston Park Museum and Grounds, featuring a diverse collection of Teeside treasures, alongside stunning surroundings for you to explore.
For those who want to get out and explore everything that nature has to offer, Stockton doesn’t scrimp on scenic surroundings. There are multiple parks throughout the area, from Honeypot Wood to Grangefield Park and the Tees Heritage Park.
Stockton-on-Tees Transport Links
The area is extremely well connected by various transport links.
Served by two main roads, you can reach both the A66 and A19, which in turn connect you with Middlesbrough and Darlington via the A66 and York and further afield via the A19.
Newcastle can also be reached in less than an hour via the A19, with Darlington only 20 minutes away. The rest of the UK is opened up through easy access to the A1.
The town is served by the Stockton Railway Station, which provides several trains to nearby towns and cities, and many long distance journeys too.