Caldew Court, Hetton Le Hole, Two-Bedroom First Floor Flat
Lyons Avenue Hetton Le Hole DH5 0HY
Please note that due to COVID-19, it may take us a little longer than usual to let our properties. To ensure we adhere to current Government guidelines, we may not be able to offer you a physical viewing of a property, but are looking at other ways for you to view your potential new home. We will work with you to make the process as straightforward as possible and thank you for your patience.
Castles and Coasts Housing Association (CCHA) owns and manages more than 7,000 homes across the North of England. CCHA is proud to offer affordable homes to rent. We are committed to providing excellent services, which are convenient to residents’ needs. These services include housing and estate management and a 24/7 repairs service.
CCHA are delighted to welcome to the market this 2 bedroom first floor flat at Caldew Court.
This unfurnished home briefly comprises of a spacious living room, well presented kitchen, two bedrooms and three piece bathroom.
Situated within walking distance and with transport links every 12 minutes to the village of Hetton Le Hole, the town centre which has two supermarkets, high street shops including a bakery, beauticians, Post Office, DIY store and leisure centre.
Close to local primary schools and nurseries.
30 minutes away from Hetton Lyons Country Park, this scenic wooded site with lakes offers trails, fishing, canoeing, cycling & football pitches.
11 minutes away from Ramside Hall, this refined hotel sits on landscaped grounds, Amenities include 2 championship golf courses, plus a steakhouse, a Pan-Asian fusion eatery, a carvery and afternoon tea. There's an entertainment venue with live acts, as well as conference and event space.
Transport links to Sunderland and Newcastle City centres.
15 minutes away from Durham Heritage Coast, walking paths trace the line of this designated historic coast with its wild cliffs & dunes.
20 minutes from Durham City Centre, with the Romanesque Durham Cathedral and Norman Durham Castle. The 13th-century, medieval Crook Hall is home to gardens and a maze. South of the river, Durham University offers a Botanic Garden with woodland and tropical plants, and the Oriental Museum exhibiting Asian, Egyptian and Middle Eastern artefacts. Durham Market with over 50 independent traders offering a wide range of foods, services and goods.
Communal landscaped garden and parking is available.
Viewing is highly recommended for this property. Please use links above to contact us.
This property will be allocated in accordance with CCHA’s Lettings Policy. For more details about the application process please see video above.
All offers are based on submission of a suitable landlord’s reference or character reference and a successful affordability assessment. Due to changes as a result of the Welfare Reform Act, preference will be given to households who fully occupy or can demonstrate that they are financially able to afford the property.
No deposit is required, however a payment in advance is payable at sign up depending on your payment method and frequency.
Internal transfers (existing Castles and Coasts residents wishing to move from one property to another) will only be allowed in cases where there is housing need for a move.
You cannot keep any pets or animals in your home without prior written permission.
Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) if available.