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Hebburn Area Guide

A small town situated on the south bank of the River Tyne in North East England, Hebburn is sandwiched between the towns of Jarrow and Bill Quay.  Currently the population of Hebburn is 18,808.  A mere 7 miles away from Newcastle upon Tyne or seven stops on the Metro, Hebburn is a convenient area with most amenities on the doorstep.  There is a new hub currently under construction which is an ambitious project. The two-storey hub will incorporate a six-lane swimming pool, a learner pool, fitness suite, sports hall, dance studio, soft play area, a library, learning centre and cafe, plus a meeting rooms and a customer service centre.  The hub is a key part of Hebburn town centre regeneration. 

The property market in Hebburn is a steady market with every type of property available from small flats and apartments to modern estates with two, three or four bedroom houses. There are some very nice 1930s semi detached and large Victorian terrace houses. Property prices make it affordable for young families and first time buyers to get on to the housing ladder in Hebburn as you will get value for money.

Hebburn historically was a town of ship building and heavy industry and people of the area tended not to stray very far, however, in recent times with the excellent road links, the metro and affordable housing; Hebburn has become popular with people from outside the area. With some excellent schools and churches not to mention riverside walks and a beautiful park Hebburn has become a popular suburban town.

Hebburn boasts its own TV comedy drama with local boy Jason Cook as the writer and part actor. The series also had a Christmas special and had other local comedians Terry Joyce, Vic Reeves and Chris Ramsay starring alongside him.

Valuer Sarah Campbell who is Hebburn born and bred is proud to be a Hebburn lass. Sarah particularly likes the friendliness of the town folk who will never pass you by without a ‘hello pet’. Sarah finds the riverside walks and the beautiful park to be perfect for dog walking.

Hebburn boasts some fine and interesting property from small flats and apartments to large detached houses and everything in-between. There are a number of new developments under construction and plenty of residential estates of two, three and four bedroom houses. With traditional Victorian terrace houses and 1930s semis extremely popular and in demand.

As one of Hebburns most popular estate agents we have property for sale from £24,950 - £310,000. Most popular property in Hebburn at the moment is three bedroom semi detached houses at around £115,000.

Most sought after addresses in Hebburn are St John's Avenue which is next to the park or The Riverside which is next to some beautiful walks.

Rental property in Hebburn ranges from a one bedroom flat at £350 per calendar month to a four bedroom detached house at £800 per calendar month. A typical three bedroom semi detached house would rent at around £550 per calendar month and a popular two bedroom apartment you could expect to pay around £500 per calendar month.

Hebburn has an Asda supermarket, a precinct with several shops, a main street with more, as well as a library and post office. There is a swimming baths, several pubs and eating places, a gym and community centre and a riverside marina. Hebburn has a beautiful park, fields and an outside gym area, riverside and lots more greenery.