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Latest house prices for Haswell, Durham

Details of 806 sales available for this area

Date Price Address
09/10/2023 Details... £115,000 8 Pesspool Terrace, Haswell, Durham, DH6 2DN Details...
18/08/2023 Details... £167,500 19 Kestrel Way, Haswell, Durham, DH6 2BF Details...
09/08/2023 Details... £104,000 3 East Villas, Haswell, Durham, DH6 2AD Details...
21/07/2023 Details... £170,000 29 Kestrel Way, Haswell, Durham, DH6 2BF Details...
17/07/2023 Details... £215,000 Wingrove, Blue House Bungalows, Haswell, Durham, DH6 2AR Details...
14/07/2023 Details... £120,000 9 Acer Drive, Haswell, Durham, DH6 2BJ Details...
04/07/2023 Details... £75,000 14 Hessewelle Crescent, Haswell, Durham, DH6 2EQ Details...
30/06/2023 Details... £88,000 13 Mazine Terrace, Haswell, Durham, DH6 2EF Details...
26/06/2023 Details... £60,000 12 Phillips Close, Haswell, Durham, DH6 2BW Details...
11/05/2023 Details... £76,000 36 Hessewelle Crescent, Haswell, Durham, DH6 2EQ Details...
20/04/2023 Details... £67,000 40 Kent Terrace, Haswell, Durham, DH6 2EL Details...
14/03/2023 Details... £24,000 74 Front Street East, Haswell, Durham, DH6 2BL Details...
13/03/2023 Details... £148,000 10 Grousemoor, Haswell, Durham, DH6 2BU Details...
01/03/2023 Details... £64,000 Haswell Methodist Church, Church Street, Haswell, Durham, DH6 2DZ Details...
17/02/2023 Details... £115,000 29 Station Street, Haswell, Durham, DH6 2DF Details...
17/02/2023 Details... £115,000 7 Rutland Terrace, Haswell, Durham, DH6 2ER Details...
20/01/2023 Details... £286,000 17 Church View, Haswell, Durham, DH6 2EA Details...
13/01/2023 Details... £450,000 Plot 2, Coldwellburn Mews, Haswell, Durham, DH6 2XS Details...
16/12/2022 Details... £137,500 9 Chestnut Drive, Haswell, Durham, DH6 2BE Details...
30/11/2022 Details... £100,000 2 Plough Cottages, Haswell, Durham, DH6 2AZ Details...
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Haswell is a charming village located in the north-east of England, within the district of County Durham. Historically, it grew as a coal-mining town, and many of its buildings and roads were constructed with materials from the nearby pits. Today, it retains much of its historical heritage, including landmarks such as St Paul's Church and Haswell Colliery Monument. The village boasts excellent transport links to nearby cities such as Newcastle and Sunderland via the A19 motorway and mainline train services. With a number of local amenities including shops, restaurants, and pubs within walking distance, it's a great place for families or professionals looking for peaceful living with easy access to larger towns.