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Homes for sale in Sherburn

Moorlands Walk
Moorlands Walk,
Mill Lane, Sherburn, County Durham, DH6 1EQ
Homes for sale in Sherburn, County Durham, DH6 1EQ

Selection of New Homes in Sherburn

Situated just three miles from the historic city of Durham is our new collection of homes at Moorlands Walk. Enjoying fabulous views of the surrounding countryside, with a large variety of amenities and attractions are close at hand, including excellent schooling, shopping and transport links by road, bus and rail; Moorlands Walk really does have the best of both worlds.

  • Choice of 2, 3, 4 & 5 bedroom homes
  • Conveniently-close to Durham city centre
  • Excellent local amenities
  • Wide choice of schooling, including Durham University

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Shopping

All your daily essentials can be found within half a mile of Moorlands Walk. For even more choice, Durham city has a variety of shops to suit your daily needs, including Tesco and Sainsbury's, Iceland Foods and a local newsagent. The Prince Bishops Shopping Centre and The Riverwalk offer a wide choice of high street stores, including Next, New Look and Marks & Spencer, as well as a variety of restaurants and cafes.

Leisure

Moorfield Walks are conveniently-close to the development. Offering scenic walking routes and opportunities to have a leisurely bike ride or a family picnic. Durham City is host to many leisure activities and sports, including those at the Freeman's Quay Leisure Centre, where you can enjoy the gym, exercise classes, a varierty of courts, pitches and two pools. Also within walking distance of the development is the Gala Theatre which offers a variety of comedy, dance, music and theatre productions as well as a two-screen cinema.

The local area enjoys green spaces, parks and scenic countryside, great for spending outdoor time with the family and the dog. Wharton Park makes a fun day out, with a new Heritage Centre, cafe, play areas and miniature car track, and Crook Hall is a Grade I listed Medieval hall with stunning gardens, a maze and activities for children; both are within easy reach of the development. You can also walk along the River Wear, amble through Aykley Wood Nature Reserve, picnic in Broompark or visit the Durham Heritage Coast, approximately half an hour's drive away.

Education

Durham City has a choice of schooling for all ages, including the nearby St Oswald’s C of E aided Primary and Nursery School and Durham Johnson Comprehensive, both within 3 miles of the development and rated 'Outstanding' by Ofsted. There are several colleges offering further education, as well as Durham University.

Transport

Durham is the perfect location for commuters, with the railway station and bus station within walking distance. It takes only 12 minutes to reach Newcastle and 45 minutes to reach York City by train. The city also has excellent road links to the A1(M) and A19.

Health

There are a handful of health facilities in the local area and Durham has a large university hospital as well as local doctors, dentists and health services.