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New Homes in Trimdon, Durham

Discover new build homes and apartments for sale near Trimdon, Durham here.

Burdon Green

Burdon Green

Bogma Hall Farm, Coxhoe, DURHAM, DH6 4EN

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £97,995 to £284,995
Merrington Park

Merrington Park

Vyners Close, Spennymoor, SPENNYMOOR, DURHAM, DL16 7RS

  • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £63,997 to £211,995
Elwick Gardens

Elwick Gardens

Riverston Close, Hartlepool, HARTLEPOOL, TS26 0PY

  • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £159,995 to £282,995
Burton Woods

Burton Woods

Rosedale, Spennymoor, SPENNYMOOR, DURHAM, DL16 6SB

  • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £79,995 to £234,995
Jubilee Gardens

Jubilee Gardens

Norton Road, Stockton-On-Tees, STOCKTON-ON-TEES, Cleveland, TS20 2BG

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £165,995 to £216,995
Cherry Tree Park

Cherry Tree Park

St Benedicts Way, Ryhope, SUNDERLAND, TYNE AND WEAR, SR2 0NY

  • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £109,995 to £282,995

Live the Trimdon life


From country living to wide open natural spaces and trips to the seaside, you can look forward to a varied lifestyle in Trimdon. With most of the North East’s major towns and cities all just a short drive away too, this is a great place to buy a new home. When you do just that with us, you could make a great saving on things like estate agent fees, thanks to offers like our popular Movemaker scheme. 


Things to see and do in Trimdon


Trimdon has a pleasant village feel to it, with a selection of pubs, restaurants and other eateries you’ll quickly be calling your local haunts. You can also look forward to visiting spots like Wingate Quarry, which is perfect for relaxing walks. The same goes for Crowtrees Local Nature Reserve, Cassop Vale and Hardwick Country Park. 


Setting your sights a little further afield, Trimdon is only around 10 miles inland from the North Sea coast. With local heritage coastline one way and the North Pennines the other, you’ll have endless opportunities to spend your time exploring outdoor environments with pretty scenery. And when you want to enjoy some culture or a good night out, spots like Durham and Newcastle are only a short journey away. 


Education


Trimdon has a primary school rated as outstanding by Ofsted in the village. St William’s Catholic Academy is on Meadow Road, while Bluebell Meadow Academy is another option for local youngsters. The nearest secondary school is Sedgefield Community College four miles away. The school’s classed as outstanding by Ofsted and is a 10-minute drive away, or 25 minutes on the bus. 


Trimdon transport links


Trimdon is only around 10 minutes from junctions 60 and 61 of the A1(M), allowing you to drive north to Newcastle in around half an hour. Middlesbrough is even closer in the opposite direction, while Durham is less than 20 minutes away in the car. There isn’t a train station particularly close to the village, but there are local bus routes you can use to get around. 


The Trimdon property scene


As a relatively small village, there isn’t usually a huge selection of properties in Trimdon. What there is though, ranges from affordable terraces and semis to large family detached homes, with prices approximately 20% lower than the County Durham average. 


This means you can get a lot of house for your money in this area, including when you buy a new build home in neighbouring Coxhoe. With more new homes in places like Spennymoor, don’t miss offers like the government’s Help to Buy North East scheme if you could use a helping hand with your purchase.