Off Brenda Road, Hartlepool, County Durham, TS25 2BJ
Antler Park, Seaton Carew
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About the development
With the golden sands of Seaton Carew only a mile away and historic Hartlepool Bay on the horizon, you can smell the fresh sea air at Antler Park.
Featuring 234 modern two, three and four bedroom homes, this attractive new development offers stylish, suburban living within a stone’s throw of the large port town of Hartlepool, and is only a short drive from Middlesbrough, Durham and Sunderland.
With a range of attractive homes to suit every homeowner, Antler Park ticks all the boxes for first-time buyers, couples, growing families, and anyone searching for a modern home with more. And while each house style is unique, everything is built with the same care and attention to detail. So, you can expect thoughtful layouts, light, airy living areas and the room and flexibility to live life your way. Thanks to a wide range of upgrades, you’ll also have the option to add finishing touches that truly make your home your own.
- A superb choice of two, three and four bedroom family homes
- One mile from Seaton Carew beach
- Appealing coastal location with all the amenities of town centre living
- Easy access to schools, supermarkets, restaurants and shops
- Close to the scenic Tees Valley and areas of natural beauty
- Just a five-minute walk from Seaton Carew Train Station
- Direct trains to York, London, Newcastle and The Metro Centre
- Only a 10-minute drive to Hartlepool, the marina, the Headland and retail parks
- Easy access to Middlesbrough, Stockton-on-Tees, Durham and Sunderland
- A range of interior and exterior home options to suit every homeowner
Home styles available
Surrounded by golden beaches, green spaces and wildlife sanctuaries, the seaside town of Seaton Carew has long been a place to relax, unwind and be at one with nature. Add to this a wide range of local amenities and facilities, and excellent transport links, and it’s easy to see why Antler Park is the perfect place to call home.
Stress-free school runs
Golden Flatts Primary School is only a five-minute walk away from home, while Rossmere Primary, Fens Primary, Eskdale Academy and Manor Community Academy are all within a five-minute drive.
Natural beauty in every direction
You can pull on your walking boots and be on Seaton Carew beach in 20 minutes, or take a short detour to the cliffs and sand dunes of Crimdon Dene. Track down seals, Shelducks and wild orchids in the Teesmouth National Nature Reserve and RSPB Saltholme. Or, lose yourself in the Victorian splendour of Ward Jackson Park and the windswept grasslands of Spion Kop Cemetery.
Shopping in all shapes and sizes
Lidl, Home Bargains, The Range, Burger King and Halfords are all within a 15-minute walk of Antler Park, and there are plenty of supermarket in nearby Hartlepool.
For big name brands and high street bargains, look no further than the Anchor, Tees Bay or Middleton Grange Shopping Centres. Alternatively, jump on a direct train to the Metro Centre, Newcastle or Middlesbrough from Seaton Carew Station.
Powerhouse family attractions
Looking for family-sized fun? Look no further than nearby Seaton Carew for crazy golf, American bowling and Jump 360 – a world within a world - with over 80 different trampolines. Dive into the North East’s best water sports at Hartlepool Marina. Or, get energised with a visit to the nearby Hartlepool Power Station Visitor Centre.
Step back in time
From the 7th Century church of St Hilda’s and the spectacular HMS Trincomalee, to the 2,000ft Steetley Pier, the area is heaven for history-buffs. Start with a trip to the Museum of Hartlepool and an interactive tour through over 5,000 years of local heritage.
A taste of the good life around every corner
Whether you prefer country pubs and cosy street cafes or fine dining and cocktails, the region serves up a mouth-watering menu of food and drink. Join the queue at the Almighty Cod for famously-good fish and chips. Bowl your tastebuds over with gourmet burgers and pizzas at Larry’s Lanes. Or, enjoy portside dining in the bustling bars and restaurants of Hartlepool Marina, where Italian, Mediterranean and North African cuisine meet overlooking the historic quay.
A home with all the right connections
While you can easily find everything you need within walking distance of your front door, Antler Park’s transport links make it easy to get around the surrounding area. Car drivers can quickly hop onto to the A689 to reach Hartlepool or the A19 to Middlesbrough. And with its direct trains and regular services, Seaton Carew Station is an ideal choice for commuters and family days away.
Nearby Teesside International Airport brings you even greater travel freedom, with flights to destinations like Alicante, Amsterdam, Dublin and Palma.
Our sales lines are open 7am to 9pm, 7 days a week (including bank holidays).
From the South: From the A19, follow signs for Hartlepool on the A689. Leaving the A19, take the 3rd exit off the roundabout and join A689 (Stockton Lane). Follow this dual carriageway for 4 miles, passing through Newton Bewley. As you head towards Hartlepool, the road changes from rural surroundings to a more residential setting. At the roundabout, where you see Owlton Lodge pub on the right-hand side, take the 3rd exit signposted Seaton Carew B1276. Follow the A1276 for 0.5 mile, and just after Golden Flatts Primary School on your right-hand side, at the roundabout, take the 3rd exit following the brown tourist signpost for Saltholme. You are now on Brenda Road and the Antler Park development can be found on your left-hand side.
From the North: From the A19, follow signs for Hartlepool on the A689. Leaving the A19, take the 1st exit off the roundabout and join A689 (Stockton Lane). Follow this dual carriageway for 4 miles, passing through Newton Bewley. As you head towards Hartlepool, the road changes from rural surroundings to a more residential setting. At the roundabout where you see Owlton Lodge pub on the right-hand side, take the 3rd exit signposted Seaton Carew B1276. Follow the A1276 for 0.5 mile, and just after Golden Flatts Primary School on your right-hand side, at the roundabout, take the 3rd exit following the brown tourist signpost for Saltholme. You are now on Brenda Road and the Antler Park development can be found on your left-hand side.