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A quick guide to Newcastle’s house prices

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Jan 20, 2022
A quick guide to Newcastle’s house prices

It’s easy to think of Newcastle as the industrial heartland of the North East. But Newcastle is also a modern metropolis that offers contemporary culture and modern state-of-the-art architecture. Whether you live in the heart of the Toon, over in rival city Sunderland or a pleasant County Durham town such as Barnard Castle, Newcastle is multi-cultural and charming. It boasts a diverse array of museums and galleries to complement the various shops, restaurants, music venues and sporting arenas. It also offers great access to the coast and a whole host of inland beauty spots. Here we dive into Newcastle’s latest house prices that make the city a brilliant place to live.

House prices in Newcastle

With the city developing rapidly, house prices in Newcastle are also going relatively strong. However, they are far from restrictive, especially when compared to regions such as the South East. Like anywhere, prices differ hugely between areas, while the type of property you’re looking at naturally plays a key role. You’re sure to find something to suit virtually every budget in and around Newcastle, as well as the opportunity to buy fixer-uppers and turn-keys alike.

Where to live in Newcastle

From central spots to areas such as Houghton-le-Spring south of the city and seaside towns like Tynemouth, not far from our Church Fields development, there are lots of great places to live in Newcastle and its surroundings. Here we pick out five popular areas to buy a new home in Newcastle.

Quayside

If you want to live in the heart of the action, the Quayside area is hard to beat. Offering a riverside location within a short stroll of many of Newcastle’s top cultural and leisure attractions, house prices are also encouraging for a place with so much going for it.

Gosforth

Just a couple of miles north of the River Tyne, Gosforth is popular among families on account of the superb local primary and secondary schools. House prices are healthy, making this a great place to invest your money in the short and long term.

Hebburn

With lower prices than the Newcastle average, Hebburn is a great place to get a lot more than a house for your money. A new home on our Bedewell Court development means a great selection of new build properties with 2 and 3 bedrooms.  

Jesmond

An affluent area where you’ll find some of the strongest average house prices Newcastle has to offer and a collection of attractive family homes along tree-lined streets. Jesmond’s stock of terraced houses also caters for young professionals and students alike. Outstanding local schools such as West Jesmond Primary only add to the appeal of this area.

Heaton

Known for some of the most affordable Newcastle house prices, Heaton is also famous for its highly-rated schools, such as St Teresa’s Catholic Primary. This makes it extremely popular among families, especially those with younger children.