J.G. Sawyers & Sons are specialists in selling properties at the coast, our office is ideally situated in Whitley Lodge, Whitley Bay, where there is ample free parking.
Whitley Bay is a picturesque town situated on the North East coast. It is one of North Tyneside’s most popular locations due to its ease of access to the bright lights of Newcastle and located near miles of award winning, beautiful coastline and iconic landmarks.
Whitley Bay is made up of many districts including; Monkseaton, West Monkseaton and Earsdon to name a few – which are extremely popular residential areas and ideal for families. The north end of Whitley Bay comprises many exclusive estates including Beaumont Park, Red House Farm, Whitley Lodge and Brierdene. Whitley Bay appeals to a wide array of purchasers and provides an abundance of suitable housing; ranging from the first-time buyer, families and right through to retirement properties.
Not only does Whitley Bay provide premium housing for all ages, it is also renowned for high quality schools and exceptional sporting facilities including Whitley Bay Golf Course, ‘Waves’ Leisure Centre, Whitley Bay Ice Rink and many more. There are excellent transport links providing travel via bus and Metro services to the rest of the region. With first-rate shops, restaurants and entertainment on your doorstep, this popular town is a fine choice for your new home.
Cullercoats village, originally founded on the fishing industry, is located south of Whitley Bay. It is home to a stunning harbour, new restaurants and cafes, and beautiful sea views.
Tynemouth, as the name suggests, has stunning views of the River Tyne, combining restaurants, shops, pubs and countless outdoor pursuits which make Tynemouth a popular place to visit and live. The award-winning ‘Long Sands’ beach, is home to many surfers and sun-worshippers alike, providing excellent inspiration for many local artists.
North of Whitley Bay lies Seaton Sluice and Seaton Delaval, which are both steeped in heritage. Seaton Delaval is home to the historic Seaton Delaval Hall, which has recently been acquired by the National Trust. Seaton Sluice has a habour still used by local fishermen. There are miles of sand dunes, golden sandy beaches, coastal walks, excellent sea views and also country walks through Holywell Dene.