Nestled within a quiet and established residential suburb of Chester-le-Street, The Fell provides the ideal setting for everyone from families and couples to downs-sizers and first-time buyers.
With everything you need, so close to home, it makes modern, convenient living a breeze. There’s a handy convenience store a short walk away. Plus there’s a great choice of shops just over a mile away in the centre of Chester-le-Street. Head to Front Street for all your favourite high street stores and independents. There’s a choice of supermarkets nearby too. Tesco Superstore, Morrisons, Aldi, Iceland and more are all in Chester-le-Street.
One of the best things about this location is how close it is to green open spaces and the stunning Durham countryside. A short walk from The Fell is Waldridge Fell Country Park. With 284 acres of protected lowland heath and woodland, it’s an oasis for rare plants, insects, animals and bird life. It has a number of waymarked walking routes to help you explore the area and panoramic views around every turn.
If you enjoy living a healthy lifestyle, there’s a gym in the town centre and Chester-le-Street Leisure Centre has a pool, gym and lots of classes. It’s also a town that’s known the world over for cricket. Emirates Riverside – home of the Durham Country Cricket Club is also nearby.
With the combination of modern amenities and green open spaces make The Fell an ideal location for families. Bullion Lanes Primary and Nursery School and Newker Primary School are both less than a 5 minute walk away. For Year 7 to 13 students, The Hermitage Academy is less than a mile away.
Out and about
The development is just a few minutes’ drive from junction 63 of the A1. It means that getting out and about and enjoying all the attractions of County Durham and beyond is easy.
The Durham Heritage Coast is just a 30 minute drive away. One of the finest coastlines in the UK, there are wide sandy bays, stunning coast paths and dramatic views to enjoy. Plus, there are a number of fantastic seaside towns, such as Seaham, which make for a great family day out. Plus, the Beamish Living Museum of the North is close to home.
If spending time in the city is more your thing, Newcastle’s vibrant and cosmopolitan city centre or Durham’s historic centre are both easy to get to by car or train.