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Choice is the watchword with this great selection of NEW HOMES FOR SALE IN DARLINGTON. BRILLIANTLY designed TOWNHOUSES with flexible space are perfect for FAMILIES and people downsizing from larger properties in DARLINGTON. And detached houses with five bedrooms offer something else for buyers looking for a touch more space and LUXURY.
This great mix of different styles of building doesn't just mean there's an OUTSTANDING range among these NEW HOMES FOR SALE IN DARLINGTON. It means that, unlike some housing developments based predominantly around apartments, for example, or homes at the top end of the market, there's a great mix of people living here as well.
Built on an EXCELLENT site which previously hosted the local technical college, these BEAUTIFUL and ELEGANT NEW HOMES are located in the DELIGHTFUL and much sought-after west end of DARLINGTON. They're ideal for cutting down on car use too, being situated less than ten minutes' walk from the town centre, with a whole host of options for shopping and entertainment.
These SUPERB new houses have proved HUGELY popular with buyers already living nearby. But convenient transport links mean there's also great appeal to commuters in these homes. DARLINGTON railway station, just a few minutes' walk away, is a key point on the east coast mainline, linking directly to Durham, Newcastle and York, with Glasgow and London easily reached on the same line. The nearby A66 also gives fast access to the A1.
The 'PART EXCHANGE PLUS' offer available here means we could buy your old home when you buy a new property from us. This takes a lot of the headache out of moving house in a flash. Please ask about these OFFERS when you drop by to view this SUPER RANGE OF NEW HOMES FOR SALE.
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Part exchange your way to this stunning property no legals fees to pay, 95% mortgages available with the Newbuy government scheme.
The Minster" is a superb 4 bedroom, 3 storey house. Offering an open plan kitchen/dining area with a spacious lounge. There is an en-suite master bedroom with a further 3 bedrooms and a family bathroom.
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Reduced price save £10,000 now £249,950 was £259,950 plus stamp duty paid.
The Minster is a 3 storey 4 bedroom property, is a superb home for growing families.
The layout comprises of open plan kitchen/dining familiy area downstairs the lounge is situated on the first floor with master bedroom which benefits from an en suite and the remaining 3 bedrooms are situated on the top floor.
Plot 41 - The Minster
Plot 44 - The Minster
Plot 47 - The Minster
Plot 15 - The Potter
Plot 20 - The Hilliard
Plot 17 - The Hilliard
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The Forum Music Centre and Carmel Rhythm Club offer a great choice for live music in Darlington, attracting artists performing in a wide range of genres. For those who like to wash down their music with a glass of fine beer, the Rhythm 'n' Brews festival takes place every autumn and features a collection of live bands alongside a vast choice of real ales. The Civic Theatre and Arts Centre, meanwhile, play a strong role in hosting drama, musicals, pantomimes and film. The Odeon cinema features three screens and more than 800 seats.
Sports lovers are well catered for in Darlington as both spectators and participants. The Dolphin Centre offers various activities including swimming and gym facilities, and golf courses aren't too far away. Cricket, rugby and football clubs are also here, while the annual Darlington 10k Road Run attracts thousands of competitors from far and wide.
Homebuyers with an eye on the local shopping experience should find plenty to their liking in Darlington. While the town has attracted the national chain stores, there are still plenty of independent and individual outlets to choose from, as well as designer stores for those with upmarket tastes. In terms of nightlife, the town centre also offers a variety of lively bars and traditional pubs.
For those ready to travel a little further afield, the beautiful North Yorkshire Moors and Dales are just a short journey away. And it's not far to the sea, with the rugged beauty of the Northumberland coastline and the attractive resorts of Scarborough and Whitby. The lovely historic city of Durham lies just a few miles to the north, and just beyond it is Newcastle, with its great shopping centres and vibrant nightlife and culture.
Average house price in Darlington
Annual change in house price in Darlington
Quarterly change in house price in Darlington
Total number of sales: 277
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Source: Land Registry of England and Wales, Crown copyright. The information above is based on figures provided by the Land Registry of England and Wales. Figures for England and Wales are for the period April to June 2010.
The train stations in Darlington are called Darlington and North Road. Darlington train station is 0.53 miles from Darlington centre and North Road is 0.89 miles from Darlington centre.
Darlington has an an excellent transport network. By road, Darlington is accessible via Junction 57 off the A1(M). By train, Darlington is on the East Coast mainline, with Newcastle and York thirty minutes away, while Edinburgh and London can be reached within two hours.
Durham Tees Valley airport is just 5.09 miles east of Darlington town centre.
People who live in Darlington are considered to be middle age prosperous couples living in apartments or young professionals at the beginning of their careers earning low salaries and living in rented accommodation.
Majority of Darlington population is aged between 25 and 44. Darlington also has high level of a people aged above 65.
It is also thought that up to 69.76 per cent of Darlington residents do not have children. Majority of families have one child and only 3.21 per cent of the population have 3 or more children.
Below is an overview of the combined household income in Darlington:
Residents of Darlington are well educated with nearly 40 per cent of the population are educated to the secondary level, and further 30 per cent have further qualifications between high school and university. Darlington has a very high percentage of peopel with university degrees.
High proportion of people eitehr already own a home or are in the process of buying home in Darlington.
Darlington has a high percentage of single people; however the vast majority of the population is married.
Darlington's largest population group do not have children.
Darlington's largest population group consists of people not working or working 30 hours or more.
The council tax bands for April 2009 - March 2010 in Darlington are listed below, based on a household of two adults. The tax bands are based on the value of your property in 1991.
The average council tax per household in Darlington is £1,022.00.
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