While South Tyneside may not have an Oppenheim Group, we’ve rounded up 9 of the most expensive homes currently on the market in the area.
5. Moor Lane, Cleadon, £975,000
If you're a horse owner, this may well be the perfect property. The detached home has its own stable block and three paddocks plus unspoilt views of fields. It also has three double bedrooms and four reception rooms.
6. The Limes, Front Street, Whitburn, £849,950
This Grade II-listed building has had extensive renovations in recent years. The 0.4acre plot also has a detached coach house. The Limes, which is thought to have been constructed in 1869 for Sir John Fenwick, was originally occupied as one detached dwelling and the building was subsequently divided into three individual homes some decades ago.
7. Sunderland Road, Harton, £550,000
Built in 1917 and extended in 1921, the property was originally the Westoe Colliery owner's property and is now a family home. The detached house has four bedrooms and three receptions.
8. Sunderland Road, Harton Village, £450,000
This 1930s home maintains many original features. Close to the Nook shopping area, it has bus links to Newcastle and Metro Centre on the door step. There's also a mature garden at this four-bed home.