Stockton On Tees branch

9 Silver Street Stockton on Tees TS18 1SX


Located in Silver Street, just off the historic Stockton High Street, with ample parking close by. This office not only services Stockton and its suburbs including Hartburn, Fairfied and Roseworth but extends to its villages including Bishopton, Carlton and Stillington offering a diverse section of housing. Luke Johnson is the manager/ Valuer for this branch and has a team of enthusiastic and experienced staff to assist in all areas of this industry.

Latest sale listings for Stockton On Tees

  • 3 beds
  • 1 baths
  • 3 living

High Street, Norton, Stockton-on...

£339,995

Deneholme - Circa 1805, is a Beautiful Example of a Double Fronted Grade II Listed Residence and Has All the Character and Charm That Comes from a Period When Design...

  • 3 beds
  • 1 baths
  • 2 living

Manfield Street, Stockton-on-Tee...

£79,995

They Say `Appearances Can Be Deceiving' and That Certainly Fits the Bill Here! We Feel This Three Bedroom Terraced House Would Be Perfect for a First Time Buyer/Couple, with the...

  • 3 beds
  • 2 baths
  • 1 living

Brock Close, The Elms, Stockton ...

£158,000

This is a Great First Time Buyer Property or Family Home! Anybody Looking for a Good Size Semi Detached Property, This Could be the One for You. A Double Fronted...

  • 3 beds
  • 1 baths
  • 2 living

Sydenham Road, Oxbridge, Stockto...

£122,500

A Fine and Handsome Victorian End Terrace Property, A Stone’s Throw from Ropner Park and with Some Lovely Features - Stained Glass Panels, Newel Posts, Coving, Corbels and Those High...

  • 3 beds
  • 1 baths
  • 1 living

Harrow Road, Oxbridge, Stockton-...

Offers over £70,000

You Should Approach This Property with a View to Creating a Wonderful Home, Yes, Some TLC and Modernisation Are Required but What You Will Be Left with a Great Three...

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Latest lettings listings for Stockton On Tees

  • 3 beds
  • 1 baths
  • 1 living

Barrhead Close, Fairfield, Stock...

£600 pcm + fees

Convenient For Good Schooling & Commuter Links In A Sought After Area Of Fairfield, A Re-Furbished Three Bedroom Semi-Detached Famil Home Available To Rent Now On An Unfurnished Basis. No...

  • 4 beds
  • 1 baths
  • 1 living

Junction Road, Stockton-on-Tees,...

£1150 pcm + fees

**REDUCED APPLICATION FEES APPLY** An Absolute Gem Of A House Having Undergone An Extensive Programme Of Re-Styling & Up-Grading To A Particularly High Standard Situated In An Approx. Half Acre...

  • 4 beds
  • 1 baths
  • 1 living

Church Road, Stockton-on-Tees, C...

£70 pw + fees

Student Accommodation - A Furnished Four Bed Apartment At £70.00 Per Week Per Room To Include Gas, Electricity & Water Costs. Within Close Proximity Of Stockton Town Centre & University...

  • 1 beds
  • 1 baths
  • 1 living

Trinity Mews, Teesdale, Stockton...

£395 pcm + fees

Available the beginning August 2017 on an unfurnished basis, a well presented one bedroom ground floor apartment affording easy access to the A19 and A66, Stockton town centre and all...

  • 1 beds
  • 1 baths
  • 1 living

Pennyroyal Road, Stockton, Cleve...

£450 pcm + fees

** FIRST MONTHS RENT FREE, REDUCED APPLICATION FEES APPLY ** A One Bedroom Ground Floor Apartment On The Outskirts Of A Modern Development With Country Views From The Lounge (With...

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Stockton On Tees area guide


Stockton on Tees is a market town in the ceremonial county of Country Durham. The 2011 estimate showed a population of around 191,000. Beginning as an Anglo Saxon settlement on high ground close to the north bank of the River Tees, Stockton has undergone major regeneration and features a centrally situated Town Hall within the High Street. The town grew rapidly as the industrial revolution progressed with ion making and engineering beginning in the 18th century. The first rail of George Stevenson’s Stockton and Darlington Railway was laid near St Johns crossing on Bridge Road with the Locomotion number 1’s first journey taking place on 27th September 1825.

Stockton witnessed another discovery in 1827 when local chemist John Walker invented the friction match in his shop at 59 High Street.

The town has many suburbs with individual identities such as Fairfield, Grangefield, Hardwick, Hartburn, Elm Tree Farm, Norton, Roseworth, Newtown, Bishopsgarth and Oxbridge to name but a few.

Stockton town centre is the main centre within the Borough with the high street being one of the widest in the UK. The town centre retail is largely concentrated within two shopping centres, namely Castlegate and Wellington Square. The Tees Quay Millennium footbridge links the rear of the Castlegate centre to Castlegate Quay on the north side of the river and then onto Teesside Business Park and Durham University’s Queens campus on the south side.

Since the construction of the Tees Barrage in 1995 the level of the River Tees through the town is permanently held at high tide creating a back drop of Riverside events making it useful for a number of water sports activities including rowing, canoeing, Jet skiing and dragon boat racing. Work is currently underway to develop the north bank of the River Tees in Stockton with the £300 million North Shore scheme which will include new offices, leisure facilities, housing, hotel and a new campus for Durham University. The town also boasts a nationally recognised water sport and leisure destination namely the Tees Barrage International White Water Centre.

Theatres in the town include the Arc Theatre on Dovecot Street and the former Globe Theatre is currently undergoing restoration and there is also the Georgian Theatre located within the Green Dragon Yard.

Public parks include Ropner Park, the 100 acre Preston Park on the banks of the River Tees.

Luke Johnson

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Marion Gilhooley

Negotiator

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Shannon Blackburn

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Hannah Horn

Lettings Negotiator

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