Are you looking for a new home in Cleveland?
Cleveland can happily claim to have more seascape than cityscape. The North Sea brought the Vikings to its shores, but today’s scenery is wild in the very best sense of the word.
Cleveland, a historic county area, is now officially part of County Durham to the north and North Yorkshire to the south. Whatever the address for your new home, Cleveland gives you an exciting taste of opposites.
Where Middlesbrough can say it’s the largest urban area, Cattersty Sands can say that it has the smallest number of people on its beaches. From the seaside towns of Saltburn and Marske-by-the-Sea to the Cleveland Hills and the North Yorkshire moors, there are wonderful landscape highs and lows. Redcar reaches out to the North Sea and Guisborough reaches up to the North Yorkshire National Park. You can easily separate work and pleasure in this county.
The A174 is the main cross-country route and the A171 skirts along the edge of the hills via the market town of Guisborough. Middlesbrough is the focal point for train services throughout the North East.