Four minutes away from the development is the town of Killingworth, which has a vibrant local community and fantastic amenities, including Killingworth Shopping Centre and a Morrisons store. There is also a great selection of restaurants and pubs.
Newcastle-upon-Tyne is one of the UK’s most exciting cities and is just a 19-minute drive away via the A1. Renowned as a brilliant social hub, it’s also a great place for shopping, including the Metrocentre with its multiple stores and hidden gems like the foodie-focused Grainger Market.
Cygnet Park is blessed to be so close to the North East’s stunning coastline. The famous seaside resort of Whitley Bay - with its sandy beaches, promenade and attractions - is only 16 minutes away by car. Just south of Whitley Bay is Blue Reef Aquarium, home to a wonderful variety of exotic sealife.
Those living at the development benefit from a great choice of local public green spaces, including Gosforth Park Nature Reserve, which is a popular place for walking and wildlife spotting. Northumberland National Park, meanwhile, is only 50 minutes away via the A696.
There is an excellent selection of schools near Cygnet Park, including the Bailey Green and Amberley primaries, both of which are rated outstanding by Ofsted. The George Stephenson High and Longbenton High secondary schools are also close-by.
Cygnet Park is ideal for commuting, with the A1 being only 11 minutes away to the west via the A19, connecting to Newcastle-upon-Tyne to the south, and Edinburgh to the north. Sunderland is only 31 minutes away to the east via the A19.
Newcastle Central Station runs regular services to London via Leeds and to Edinburgh and Glasgow. Newcastle International Airport is only 13 minutes to the west via the A696.