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Redcar and Cleveland Visual Border

Just 20 minutes away from the South Tees industrial area the towns and villages in Redcar and Cleveland offer an outstanding quality of life; low house prices are complemented by a wonderful variety of life enhancing features.

With proximity to the coast with all that the beach and sea can offer, and the magnificent countryside including the North York Moors National Park, gives everyone the opportunity to find space for relaxation or indulge in a myriad of outdoor activities on offer.

   

 

In addition to the traditional seaside charm of Redcar and Saltburn-by-the-Sea, Guisborough and its Priory, there are also a variety of museums celebrating the areas rich and diverse heritage. Alongside this there are modern facilities where you can swim, surf, dance, cycle and work out, or you can have a flutter at Redcar Racecourse, play a round of golf at a top class golf course or visit a motorsports park.

As everyone searches for that elusive work/life balance where better to live than in a place where the conurbations of the North East and Yorkshire are in easy reach? You can find excellent job opportunities and leisure pursuits in Redcar and Cleveland – you can be strolling on a beach or in wide, open countryside in the blink of an eye.

    

There are so many attractions and facilities to make living in Redcar and Cleveland stimulating, varied and fun. These range from a National Trust property at Ormesby Hall, to a National Park, from farmers’ markets to a great quality sports and events programme. It’s no surprise that the number of housing options is increasing by the day as more and more people want that high quality yet low cost liveability.

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