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Launching November 2021

A development of new homes in Upper Warren, Hartlepool with a quality specification, offering access to the town centre, Hartlepool Marina and the sea front, within around 10 minutes by car. These properties... Read more ›

Features

  • 2, 3 and 4-bedroom houses
  • Garages, or allocated parking to all plots
  • Well-regarded schools locally
  • Seaton Carew beach around five miles away
  • The A179, A1086 and the A19 are easily accessible
Hartwell Park Hartlepool, Teesside

A development of new homes in Upper Warren, Hartlepool with a quality specification, offering access to the town centre, Hartlepool Marina and the sea front, within around 10 minutes by car. These properties will appeal to families, first-time buyers and commuters working locally or within Sunderland, Newcastle, Durham and Middlesbrough.

Prices to be confirmed
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Hart Road, Hartlepool,
TS26 0BF

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Hart Road, Hartlepool,
TS26 0BF
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Opening hours

Monday 9:00 – 17:00

Tuesday 9:00 – 17:00

Wednesday 9:00 – 17:00

Thursday 9:00 – 17:00

Friday 9:00 – 17:00

Saturday closed

Sunday closed

Local Area

Stylish new homes in Hartlepool

Sun shining through trees

Stylish new homes in Hartlepool

Hartwell Park is located in Upper Warren, on the outskirts of Hartlepool. The development is a short drive from the A179, three minutes from the A19 for the Tyne Tunnel, Sunderland and Teesside, and around a 25-minute car journey from Durham, via the A181.  

These new homes lie within the administrative boundaries of Hartlepool Borough Council.   

The local area

  • Middleton Grange Shopping Centre
    10 mins
  • Hart Primary School
    15 mins
  • Crimdon Dene beach
    4 mins
  • Seaton Carew beach
    12 mins
  • Hartlepool Golf Club
    7 mins
  • Hartlepool train station
    9 mins

Situated in a semi-rural location, Hartwell Park is close to picturesque countryside, allowing plenty of opportunities for outdoor pursuits. The rural village of Hart is just over half a mile away from the development and forms part of the popular Hart to Haswell route – excellent for walkers and cyclists. 

Leisure opportunities in Hartlepool are plentiful, Hartlepool Marina boasts a multi-screen cinema, bingo hall and the National Museum of the Royal Navy Hartlepool, home to the oldest British warship still afloat, the HMS Trincomalee. 

The town also hosts several parks including Ward Jackson Parkcomplete with a bandstand, duck pond and café, as well as Summerhill Park, featuring a children’s play area, a bridleway, bird-watching station, visitor centre and a BMX track 

For football fans, Victoria Park is home to Hartlepool United FC and is just three miles away from the development. Golf enthusiasts will be pleased to note that there are two golf courses each within two miles of the development - High Throston Golf Club and Hartlepool Golf Club - the latter of which boasts sea views  

A trip to the seaside can also be enjoyed at nearby Seaton Carew, around twelve minutes’ drive from home. This traditional, seaside town features a stunning beach, a golf club, a mini golf course for children, arcade games and fish and chip restaurants 

Residents of Hartwell Park can benefit from its close proximity to excellent transport links. The development is a short drive from the A179, three minutes from the A19 for the Tyne Tunnel, Sunderland and Teesside, and around a 25-minute car journey from Durham, via the A181. 

Hartlepool Transport Interchange is less than a ten-minute drive from Hartwell Park, providing local bus and train services alongside direct trains to London via Grand Central. 

For everyday essentials, the nearest supermarket is only half a mile away from Hartwell Park.  

Hartlepool town centre can be accessed in just under 10-minutes by car, here visitors will discover a goomix of high street and independent retailers. Hartlepool is also home to several retail and shopping parks. Middleton Grange is the main shopping centre, boasting a variety of stores, as well as a multi-screen cinema and a market hall – the latter of which features independent retailers and food stalls.  

A farmers market also takes place once a month, and provides an opportunity to buy fresh, local ingredients and produce. 

For dining out, locally there are two pubs within Hart, the nearest village to Upper Warren - The Raby Arms and the White Hart Inn. Hart can be walked to in less than 10 minutes. Both pubs serve a selection of traditional pub food as well as ales, wines and soft drinks. Further choices of eateries are available within Hartlepool. There are several chain restaurants within the town centre, or head down to Hartlepool Marina where there are independent restaurants close byoffering a mix of cuisines including Italian, Thai, and Chinese. Given its close proximity to the coast, Hartlepool is also home to several fish-and-chip restaurants. 

For families, there are several well-regarded schools within Hartlepool and the surrounding area. These include Hart First School, which is only 16 minutes’ walk from Hartwell Park, while for secondary education, High Tunstall College of Science and Dyke House Sports and Technical College, can both be accessed within around a five-minute drive. 

Further and higher education is also catered for. Hartlepool Sixth Form College provides a range of qualifications for ages 16 and over - including A-Level and BTEC qualifications. Specialist art and design college, The Northern School of Art, has a further education campus at Hartlepool - the college boasts notable creative alumni including film director, Ridley Scott. 

Please note that while every effort has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information provided, particulars regarding local amenities and their proximity should be considered as general guidance only. The identification of schools and other educational establishments is intended to illustrate the relationship to the development only and does not represent a guarantee of eligibility or admission. Journey times are representative of journeys made by car unless stated otherwise and may vary according to travel conditions and time of day. Sources: Good Maps, The AA, Transport for London and National Rail.

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