Jesmond

Living with Distinction

 
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Located close to the famous Osborne Road, home to a number of the region’s most popular bars and restaurants, you have a wealth of amenities on your doorstep. From award-winning cafes to major supermarkets, doctors to dog kennels, it offers everything you expect from a modern commuter suburb. Unlike others though, Jesmond has its own charm and rich heritage.

Jesmond also boasts three areas of conservation, the most impressive of which is the landscaped beauty of Jesmond Dene. An area of thick woodland, it was made into a park in the 1860’s, with the addition of crags, waterfalls and pools intended to replicate a real rural setting. The area is perfect for quiet afternoon strolls and family days out, with the pigs and alpacas of Pet’s Corner sure to keep young children occupied and interested.

If you are looking for a slice of city life then you won’t have far to go. One of England’s most iconic and beautiful cities is right on your doorstep, Newcastle is just two miles away, with regular Metro services running from Jesmond Metro station. Once in the city you will find premium shopping, restaurants, culture and more pubs than you could ever need.

Not to mention the beautiful and world-renowned Quayside. Be sure to look up and admire the engineered beauty of the Tyne Bridge - and the infamous fog!

 
 
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If you want to get active, the local sports facilities are excellent with gyms, golf clubs and artificial pitches nearby. For a watching brief, Newcastle United, or the ‘Toon’ as they are known locally, play their home games at the impressive St James’ Park. A world famous footballing institution, the Magpies are one of the best supported teams in the country.

Similarly, Rugby Union club Newcastle Falcons has been a top flight club for much of its history, regularly drawing sellout crowds to its Kingston Park stadium. Jesmond is also the home of Newcastle Cricket Club and Northumberland County Cricket club, who compete in the Minor Counties Championship. Newcastle Racecourse is one of the most popular tracks in the country, recently benefiting from investment which saw it develop an artificial flat surface whilst keeping a turf course for jumping.

For a more cultured pursuit, there are numerous theatres in Newcastle, including the impressive Theatre Royal and riverside Opera House, offering a wide variety of entertainment. For bigger acts, the Metro Radio Arena has hosted an impressive list of international stars, and the O2 Academy is a regular gig stop for touring bands.

Orchard Dene is perfect for families, the local area is surrounded with museums like the Discovery Centre, Great North Museum and the working village, Beamish, all nearby. Ocean Beach Pleasure Park is also a great day out, with traditional seaside fun fair and dry surf slope.

Tynemouth, Cullercoats and Whitley Bay all provide idyllic seafront beauty and are all a short car journey away.

Whatever you are into, Orchard Dene is perfectly located to match a wealth of tastes and preferences.

 
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What’s Local…

Primary Schools:

West Jesmond Primary School
Tankerville Terrace
NE2 3AJ

St Catherine’s R C Primary School 
Greystoke Gardens
NE2 1PS

Secondary School

Heaton Manor High School
Jesmond Park W
NE7 7DP

Local Authority

Newcastle City Council
Civic Centre
NE1 8QH

Police

Northumberland Police
Newcastle City Centre Police Station

Doctors

Holly Medical Group
17 Osborne Rd
NE2 2AH

Dentists

Simpson & Nisbet Dental Centre
43 Osborne Rd NE2 2AH

Post Office

Jesmond Post Office
41-47 St George’s Terrace NE2 2SX

Supermarkets

Sainsbury’s Superstore
Etherstone Ave NE7 7JW

Little Waitrose

87-89 Osborne Rd NE2 2AN

Recreation

Jesmond Pool
St George’s Terrace NE2 2DL

Train Station

Jesmond Metro NE2 4RF

 
 
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Finding Orchard Dene

use the postcode: NE2 2JL


From the West

Head east on the A1058 Coast Rd, passing the Jesmond Holiday Inn and continuing along the road until you pass Kwik Fit on your left hand side. You will the approach traffic lights where you want to turn left. Follow the road round to the right and take a left turn onto Shortridge Terrace. After 20 yards, take the right turn on Buston Terrace and the development will be clearly signed on the right.

 

From the East

Head towards Newcastle on the A1058 Coast Rd. The road will pass Heaton Cemetery on the right hand side, before passing under a roundabout. The road continues through a traffic lighted crossroads with the Corner House pub on the left hand side. Pass through the underpass, taking the immediate right turn at the traffic lights as you emerge from the other side. Follow the road round to the right and take a left turn onto Shortridge Terrace. After 20 yards, take the right turn on Buston Terrace and the development will be clearly signed on the right.