Live market data

Property Prices

Average Property Price

£
£150 per Square Foot

Price Change

+5.1%
In the last 12 months

Price Change

+21.4%
In the last 5 years

Properties Sold

In the last 12 months

Property Prices By Type

Detached

Average Price
£
Price Change
Last 12 months
+0.3%
% of Market
14.0%

Semi Detached

Average Price
£
Price Change
Last 12 months
+4.3%
% of Market
47.5%

Terrace

Average Price
£
Price Change
Last 12 months
+0.2%
% of Market
36.2%

Flats

Average Price
£
Price Change
Last 12 months
+13.0%
% of Market
2.3%

Rental market average

Rental Values have changed by

+5.1%
 

How much do
houses let for?

£
Per calendar month

How much do flats
let for?

£
Per calendar month

What is the average
annual rental yield?

6.37%
Last 12 months

Billingham Area Guide

Area Contact
Lee Simpson

Living in Billingham

Welcome to Billingham, a vibrant town located in the heart of North East England! Whether you’re considering moving to this charming area or looking to explore its attractions, this area guide will provide you with valuable information about Billingham.

Location: Billingham is situated in the borough of Stockton-on-Tees in County Durham. It’s conveniently located between the cities of Durham and Middlesbrough, with easy access to the A19 and A689 roads. The town is surrounded by beautiful countryside, including the stunning North York Moors National Park and the scenic coastline of the North Sea.

Housing: Billingham offers a range of housing options, from modern developments to traditional properties. There are several neighborhoods to consider, each with its own unique character. Some popular residential areas include Wolviston, Cowpen Bewley, and Low Grange. The town boasts a mix of detached houses, semi-detached houses, terraced properties, and apartments, providing choices for various budgets and preferences.

Transportation: Billingham benefits from excellent transportation links. The town has its own train station, Billingham Station, which provides regular services to nearby towns and cities. The A19 road connects Billingham to major destinations in the region, while the A689 offers easy access to nearby Stockton-on-Tees and Hartlepool. The local bus network is also well-developed, providing convenient travel within Billingham and to neighboring areas.

Education: For families with children, Billingham offers a range of educational options. There are several primary schools in the area, including Billingham South Community Primary School and Roseberry Primary School. For secondary education, Northfield School and Sports College and St. Michael’s Catholic Academy are well-regarded institutions. Additionally, there are further education colleges and universities within easy reach for higher education opportunities.

Recreation and Leisure: Billingham has a wealth of recreational facilities and green spaces to explore. The town is known for its stunning parks, including John Whitehead Park and Billingham Beck Valley Country Park, which offer picturesque walking trails, play areas, and picnic spots. For sports enthusiasts, the Billingham Forum Sports Complex provides a range of facilities, including a swimming pool, ice rink, and sports hall. There are also various community centers, gyms, and sports clubs offering activities for all ages.

Shopping and Dining: Billingham offers a variety of shopping options to cater to residents’ needs. The town center is home to a range of independent shops, supermarkets, and essential services. For a wider selection, nearby Teesside Park is a large retail complex with popular chain stores, restaurants, and entertainment facilities. When it comes to dining out, Billingham has a diverse culinary scene with a range of restaurants, cafes, and pubs, serving both traditional English cuisine and international flavors.

Events and Festivals: Billingham hosts several exciting events throughout the year. One of the highlights is the Billingham International Folklore Festival, a week-long celebration of dance and music from around the world. The festival attracts performers and visitors from all over, making it a must-see event. Additionally, the town often holds community fairs, markets, and seasonal festivities, providing plenty of opportunities for residents to come together and enjoy the local spirit.

With its convenient location, excellent amenities, and strong community spirit, Billingham is a wonderful place to live and explore. Whether you’re drawn to its natural beauty, cultural events, or friendly atmosphere, Billingham has something for everyone. Contact our estate agency today to find your dream home in this charming town!

Associated Branch

Teesside