The best places to live in Sunderland according to Zoopla

Zoopla praise Sunderland for its award winning beaches and for having homes that offer value for money. But, where do they recommend starting house-hunting in the area?

Thursday, 4th July 2019, 4:00 pm
Updated Thursday, 4th July 2019, 6:20 pm
Check out the best places to live in Sunderland according to Zoopla

Check out the areas in Sunderland where Zoopla say you should start your property search.

This road is set to be one of the most sought-after addresses with Victorian and Edwardian architecture. It is ideal for a bigger family home or an apartment.
Belford Close boasts purpose-built contemporary apartments and houses in a quiet and private area.

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Zoopla recommend checking out the areas around Kensington House and The Croft on Thornholme Road, which is close to the university and Park Lane Metro station.
The Barnes and High Barnes areas are said to be among the best places to live if you need to be close to the city centre. Barnes' infant and junior schools have a good reputation and the area is within walking for Sunderland Royal Hospital and local shops.
If your preference is for a new-build family home with a garage, the development at Maiden Vale could be a good choice. It's located between Ryhope and Tunstall.
Close to Sunderland University’s St Peter’s campus, Roker, Fulwell Road and Seaburn give buyers and renters coastal living options close to the city.
Cleadon village is self-contained with its own shops, pubs and restaurants. East Boldon Metro station is in close distance and the village has good road links.
It offers some 1960s homes with established gardens, picture windows and spacious rooms along Sunniside Lane, Sunniside Terrace and Elmsleigh Gardens.
If a country house or converted barn is on your list, Offerton, is a good choice for commuters. It’s a stone’s throw from the A19, with quick access to Newcastle Airport.
Whitburn is said to be a place to find upmarket properties with views of the coastline and the Cleadon Hills. The village is three miles from Sunderland city centre.