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Bellway announce a new development in Redcar

30th May 2016 Print
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Bellway Homes has announced a new development in Redcar, Scholar’s Park. The development is being designed to appeal to a range of purchasers including first time buyers and will provide a selection of two, three and four bedroom homes in a variety of styles.

“Rob Armstrong, sales director at Bellway, said: “The homes will have a more contemporary feel to them, the elevations have been designed with larger window apertures which allows more light to flood the living spaces giving them a more airy feel. Internally, the homes have been designed to create the maximum amount of useable space with the interior layouts featuring open plan living spaces to cater for a 21st century life style.”

Residents will find a number of well-regarded schools in the local area, including Coatham CE Primary School and Newcomen Primary School for younger children and Sacred Heart Secondary Catholic Voluntary Academy for older pupils. Redcar and Cleveland College offers a range of apprenticeships and higher education courses.

Just a mile from Redcar beach and around 20 miles from the Cleveland Hills, Scholar’s Park is an ideal location for experiencing the best of countryside and coast. The Esplanade that runs alongside the beach, features a boating lake, cafés, amusement arcades and the Redcar Beacon – an 80ft high building that provides panoramic views over the seafront.

Locally, a famers market takes place twice monthly in nearby Saltburn-by-the-Sea, while Guisborough, around seven miles away, hosts a twice weekly market.

The attractive resort of Saltburn, six miles away, is home to the oldest water balanced cliff lift in Britain, a miniature railway within its Valley Gardens and a Victorian pleasure pier. Inland, Guisborough, lies at the edge of the North York Moors National Park, which covers 554 square miles and provides opportunities for outdoor activities such as walking, cycling and horse riding.

Nearby sporting venues include Redcar Racecourse, Cleveland Golf Club and Redcar Cricket Club. Tennis courts can be found at Locke Park, opposite the development, which also features a children’s play area, boating lake and flower gardens

For commuters, the A1085 links to the A66 for Middlesbrough, Darlington, the A1 and the A19 (for Thirsk, York, and Doncaster to the south, Hartlepool, Sunderland and Newcastle to the North).

The nearest railway station is Redcar Central, half a mile away, and from there regular services run into Saltburn, Middlesbrough, Darlington and Newcastle.

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