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  • Flat for sale

    St. Cuthberts Court, Blyth NE24

    2 1

    ***No Upper Chain***Ground Floor Flat***Quiet & Private Location***Must Be Viewed*** Pattinsons are delighted to offer to the market for sale a rare opportunity to acquire this well presented ... read more

    Pattinson - Blyth

    Pattinson - Blyth

  • Flat for sale

    Deanery Street, Bedlington NE22

    2 1 1

    Immaculate upper flat with excellent town centre location available to view now. Modern and well presented the property would make a lovely first time buy. With excellent access to shops and ... read more

    Rook Matthews Sayer - Bedlington

    Rook Matthews Sayer - ...

    • Chain Free
  • End terrace house for sale

    Richardson Street, Ashington, Northumberland NE63

    2 1 1

    We are delighted to offer, for sale, this well presented two bedroom property on Richardson Street in Ashington. Convenient for local shops and other amenities. Comprising: Entrance, Living ... read more

    Clarke Holland

    Clarke Holland

  • Terraced house for sale

    Castle Terrace, Ashington NE63

    3 2

    We introduce to the market for sale this spacious three bedroom terraced house located on Castle Terrace in Ashington. Ideally located and close to all amenities and within walking distance ... read more

    Pattinson - Ashington

    Pattinson - Ashington

  • Terraced house for sale

    Dalton Avenue, Lynemouth, Morpeth NE61

    3 1 1

    A substantial property with good room sizes situated in the village of Lynemouth. The current owners have maintained and updated this family home to a good standard. To include a re-fitted ... read more

    Rook Matthews Sayer - Ashington

    Rook Matthews Sayer - ...

    • Premium Listing
  • Flat for sale

    John Street, Blyth, Northumberland NE24

    2 1 1

    Situated within a popular residential area of Blyth is this well presented, two bedroom, ground floor flat. The spacious ground floor flat is comprised of a welcoming porch, leading into a ... read more

    Signature North East

    Signature North East

  • Terraced house for sale

    Station Terrace, Choppington NE62

    2 1

    Property sold under unconditional auction terms and conditions. We are pleased to offer to auction this two storey, mid-terraced, two bedroom house, ideally situated along Station Terrace, ... read more

    Pattinson - Bedlington

    Pattinson - Bedlington

  • Terraced house for sale

    Selbourne Terrace, Cambois, Blyth NE24

    2 2

    ***needs work***great location*** Early viewings are essential to appreciate this spacious two bedroom terraced house located on Selbourne Terrace in Cambois. This property is being sold with ... read more

    Pattinson - Blyth

    Pattinson - Blyth

  • Terraced house for sale

    Woodhorn Road, Ashington NE63

    2 1 2

    For sale by auction This well presented family home is situated on the popular Woodhorn Road, near to the town centre in Ashington. With gas central heating and double glazing the property ... read more

    Rook Matthews Sayer - Ashington

    Rook Matthews Sayer - ...

  • Flat for sale

    Plessey Road, Blyth NE24

    2 1

    Pattinsons introduce to the market for sale this spacious two bedroom upper floor flat on Plessey Road in Blyth. Close to local amenities and good transport links. The accommodation briefly ... read more

    Pattinson - Blyth

    Pattinson - Blyth

  • Flat for sale

    Kirkwood, Burradon, Cramlington NE23

    1 1 1

    This is a superb upper flat that would be ideal for a first time buyer. It has been extremely well maintained and is immaculately presented throughout. The accommodation briefly comprises; a ... read more

    Rook Matthews Sayer - Forest Hall

    Rook Matthews Sayer - ...

    • Ideal for First Time Buyers
  • Flat for sale

    Woodhill Road, Cramlington, Northumberland NE23

    2 1 1

    A well-presented first-floor apartment, located in the heart of Cramlington and offering ideal accommodation for first-time buyers and professionals. The property is in good order throughout, ... read more

    Springbok Properties, Nationwide

    Springbok Properties, ...

  • Flat for sale

    Ladywell, New Ridley Road, Stocksfield NE43

    2 1 1

    A spacious two bedroom ground floor retirement flat occupying a popular position off New Ridley Road in Stocksfield. The accommodation is available as a 70% shared ownership and includes: ... read more

    Red Hot Property

    Red Hot Property

  • Flat for sale

    Richmond Court, Wright Street, Blyth NE24

    1 1 1

    Investment opportunity 1 bedroom ground floor flat Achieve rental yield around 8% Central Location Currently undergoing complete refurbishment Completion due end of March Chain free Adjoining ... read more

    Belvoir - Bromley

    Belvoir - Bromley

  • Flat for sale

    Newsham Road, Blyth NE24

    2 1

    Pattinsons are delighted to offer the market for sale this beautifully presented and ready to move into two bedroom ground floor flat located on Newsham Road in Blyth. Viewings are essential ... read more

    Pattinson - Blyth

    Pattinson - Blyth

  • Flat for sale

    Seaton Avenue, Bedlington NE22

    3 2

    Offered To Buy To Let Investors This well presented upper flat is currently let for 395 to a tenant that has lived in the property since October 2017. The Flat has been well maintained and ... read more

    Pattinson - Bedlington

    Pattinson - Bedlington

  • Flat for sale

    Plessey Road, Blyth NE24

    2 1 1

    Located within close access to town centre and transport links this spacious upper flat has no upward chain and is priced realistically to sell. Lounge with feature bay window, gas living ... read more

    Rook Matthews Sayer - Blyth

    Rook Matthews Sayer - Blyth

  • Flat for sale

    Suffolk Close, Ashington NE63

    2 1 1

    A spacious first floor flat located on Suffolk Close, Ashington. The property is convenient for road links and amenities. Presented in good order and ready to move into the property briefly ... read more

    Purplebricks, Head Office

    Purplebricks, Head Office

  • Property for sale

    Beaumont Street, Blyth NE24

    3 1 2

    Enjoying a lovely, "homely" feel, this substantial Victorian period terrace house is centrally located close to local amenities, hospital, Morrisons and bus routes. Two separate reception ... read more

    Rook Matthews Sayer - Blyth

    Rook Matthews Sayer - Blyth

  • Terraced house for sale

    Chestnut Street, Ashington NE63

    2 1

    Ideal first time buy**extremely well presented**terraced**two bedrooms**patio garden**viewing essential. The property on offer provides a high standard of accommodation close to all local ... read more

    Pattinson - Ashington

    Pattinson - Ashington

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Living in Northumberland: The Local Area Guide

Northumberland is a large, very rural county in the North East of England. Bordering County Durham, Cumbria, and Scotland to the north, it is the most sparsely populated county in England.

Formerly part of the Roman Empire, Northumberland is known as the 'cradle of Christianity' for being the site of early Christian conversions. Specifically, the island of Lindisfarne was home to some of the first missionaries.

Northumberland, thanks to its position, has also been the site of conflict and rebellion repeatedly through the ages - both with the Scots to the north, and with the authorities in London. As a relic of this, it has the most castles of any county in England. It is particularly well known for several rebellions against the crown, with the Percy family often being instigators. For many centuries it was also a fairly wild and unkempt county, with outlaws and bandits common and the rule of law rare.

Later on, Northumberland's collieries were highly important during the Industrial Revolution, employing large chunks of the population up until the de-industrialisation of the 1970s and 80s.

Today, Northumberland's outstandingly beautiful countryside and pretty towns attract significant numbers of tourists from the rest of the country and abroad.

Demographics

Northumberland has a population of just over 316,000 people, which is an increase of nearly 10,000 since the 2001 census. Its populace is relatively scattered, with only 62 people per square kilometre.

The mean age, as is common for rural counties, is higher than the national average at 42.8, which compares to 39.3 for England. Only 16% of the population are children, while more than 1 in 5 is over the age of 65. It also has a highly ethnically homogenous population, with less than 1% being ethnic minorities. For England as a whole that figure is 9%.

In terms of social grade, Northumberland is slightly poorer than the national average. Just 19% of households belong to grade AB, which is 4% lower than England. A little under 30% are C1, which is 2% lower than the national average. More than half of households are in grades C2 or DE, therefore 3.8% of the population claim Jobseeker's Allowance, higher than the national average.

However, home ownership is relatively high thanks to the North's relatively low house prices when compared with the South. More than two thirds of houses are owner occupied, which is above the national average. Only around 12% are privately rented, with 20% designated as social housing.

Education

Northumberland has a comprehensive school system, and has adopted the 'three tier' approach (lower, middle, and upper state schools). It has 15 state secondary schools, as well as two academies and a single independent school in the county.

The three tier approach means that its schools are unusually large. For example, Cramlington Learning Village has almost 400 pupils per school year, which makes it one of the largest in the country.

Within Northumberland there is one Catholic secondary school, which has about 900 students. Known as the St Benet Bishop Catholic Academy, it is the first and only school in the UK to have set up its own social enterprise business.

Transport

Northumberland's industrial past has ensured it has an excellent railway system. The East Coast line can take passengers from Alnwick, the county town, to Edinburgh in a little over an hour, or to London in less than 4 hours.

There are also good road links. The A1, in particular, is the major artery running north to south, connecting Edinburgh and Newcastle upon Tyne, going through lots of large towns on the way.

For flights, Newcastle Airport is the closest major airport and offers connections all over the UK and Europe.

Amenities and Shopping

Alnwick and Morpeth are the two major towns of the county and both have very good shopping available.

Alnwick has three main retail streets: Market Street, Bondgate Within, and Fenkle Street. In fact, Bondgate Within was recently voted Britain's best for shopping.

Morpeth, on the other hand, has most of its shops clustered around Bridge Street. These include the large department store Rutherfords, which has existed for over 150 years.

Whilst every effort has been taken to ensure the above information is up to date, some inaccuracies may occur. If you notice any inaccuracies please contact editor@primelocation.com

p>All information was correct at time of publication and is provided in good faith

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