If you’re searching for new homes for sale in Sunderland, look no further than Lowry Park, situated in the heart of Seaburn and part of Sunderland City Council’s seafront regeneration scheme, it’s ideal for those looking to set up home in the coastal suburb.
This seaside town offers residents the best of all worlds, with a beautifully scenic backdrop, amenities in abundance and efficient commuter links all on your doorstep.
The centre of Seaburn is a hub of activity, with a mix of cafes, restaurants and bars bringing a vibrant feel to the area. There is plenty to do right on Lowry Park’s doorstep with the hotly anticipated leisure development right next door, including STACK Seaburn: a collection of shipping containers stacked together to create a vibrant entertainment and leisure destination.
Honoured with a Blue Beach Award, it’s Seaburn’s sandy shores that make it such an idyllic area to call home. Stretching around Whitburn Bay, Seaburn beach is the perfect place for a coastal walk whatever the season, and the views from the White Lighthouse across the North Sea are truly breathtaking.
Away from the beach, greenspaces such as Seaburn Park and Seaburn Recreational Ground make for a fun day out in the sun and Fulwell Quarry Nature Reserve offers a slice of the local wildlife.
The area isn’t short of fantastic schools for all ages either. Fulwell Junior School and Seaburn Dene Primary School are nearby to Lowry Park, whilst Monkwearmouth Academy is ideally located for children in secondary school.
For those who commute, Seaburn offers great connections to the wider North East region. Sunderland is easily accessible by taking the A1018 south, whilst heading north on this route will take you to South Shields.
The major A1 route can be reached in around 20 minutes, making Newcastle and Durham within commutable distance. Seaburn Metro station is also just a 15-minute walk from Lowry Park.