Industrial Storage Buildings, Wallsend, Competitive Priced Flats for Rent in Howden, Tyne & Wear
The area of Howden in Tyne and Wear, has a variety of interesting family friendly places to visit, like Bede’s World. This tourist attraction holds a fascination for all who spend time here, full of historical facts and captivating information about the monk named Bede, who was described as the Einstein of his day. Bede’s World is a museum dedicated to celebrating the life of this scholar, philosopher and historian, displaying many nationally important artefacts from around AD 675. These include items such as the country’s oldest window glass, and a replica of one of the oldest known bibles. A vast range of objects excavated from the monastic site are on show at the museum, allowing us to understand how the monks at this time would have lived and worked. A reconstruction of an Anglo Saxon farm gives a unique insight into the lives of people at that time, with examples of the crops they would have grown, and rare breeds of animals that were often bred then.
The imposing sight of Tynemouth Castle sits on a rocky headland known as Pen Bal Crag, overlooking Tynemouth Pier. Anybody standing near the castle has a fantastic view overlooking the river Tyne and the North Sea. Tynemouth Castle and Priory on the coast of North East England was once among the largest fortified areas in England. The Benedictine priory, is said to be the burial place of three Northumbrian kings, and the Tynemouth coat of arms, which incorporates three crowns is said to bear witness to this. The ruin has a long history and has been used as an Anglo-Saxon settlement, an Anglican monastery, a royal castle, artillery fort and a coastal defence. The battery gun was created to defend the Tyne during the First and Second World Wars, and has undergone a refurbishment.
These are just two examples of the rich variety of interesting features within easy reach of Howden and Wallsend, Tyne and Wear.
Marine Buildings Ltd, Tyne and Wear, have ideally located workspace, consisting of 7 rental units for industrial or storage use. Marine Buildings Ltd are also in the process of converting the recently purchased St Mark’s Church on Tynemouth Rd, Howdon, into 12 Duplex apartments.
The reasonably priced flats will have their own secure front and rear ground floor entrance doors and allocated parking facilities. There is easy access to all amenities, shops, schools and transport networks. We are awaiting the results of a Bat report before we are able to proceed with the conversion work, and would encourage anybody interested in one of these flats to contact us for updates.
To enquire about the Duplex Apartments, please contact us as follows:
Marine House, Unit 1, Willington Quay, Wallsend, Tyne & Wear NE28 6SU
Telephone – 07762 434234
E mail – email@example.com
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