Looking to live in Low Fell? Things you should know and properties you should consider…

Are you looking to move closer to Newcastle upon Tyne? Low Fell is a lovely little suburb situated just outside the Northern city and if you’re looking to live there, these are the things you should know and the properties you should view.

Top Three Facts about Low Fell

Low Fell is quite a historical town and has a few claims to fame. These include:

  • Graham Onions, the England cricketer lives in Low Fell and trained at the nearby Gateshead Fell Cricket Club
  • There is a Grade II listed building which was the home of Sir Joseph Swan. Named Underhill, the house was the first in England to use domestic electric lighting.
  • Dating back to 1826, Low Fell’s oldest pub is called the Cannon Inn but was previously named the New Cannon

Things to do in Low Fell

There is so much to do in Low Fell, including visiting a good example of a Victorian Park – Saltwell Park. From taking your kids for a woodland adventure to exploring the pools and cascades, this space has something for everyone.

Not only this but you can go and explore the beauty of the Durham cathedral or gaze at awe at the bridges along the River Tyne in Newcastle, as both cities are just a short drive away. This means that living in Low Fell will keep you busy and entertained.

Properties to consider in Low Fell

Three bedroom detached house for sale

3 Bedroom Detached House – £189,950 

2 bedroom semi detached house for sale

2 Bedroom Semi Detached House – £109,950 

2 bedroom flat for sale

2 Bedroom Flat – £97,000

If you are looking for a property (whether you’re renting or buying) in Low Fell and have some specific requirements, don’t hesitate to get in touch with the Low Fell branch today.

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