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Silver Tree Gardens

Valley View, Ushaw Moor, Durham, Durham

Silver Tree Gardens consists of 18 flats and bungalows built in 2013 with a 55+ age covenant.

Durham was built on a naturally defensive rock and with the River Weir on three sides is one of the most dramatically sited English cities. Durham was the only English city to be ruled as a  County Palatinate by a Prince-Bishop with his own army and privileges. The original Saxon monastery has long disappeared but the tombs of St Cuthbert and the Venerable Bede remain in the cathedral. The city has many steep winding alleys and there are many places of interest to visit including the Gulbenkian Museum of Oriental Art, the Durham Light Infantry Museum, the Heritage Centre as well as the beautiful cathedral and impressive castle never to be taken by the Scots.

Facilities include non-resident management staff and community alarm service, lift, lounge and garden.

Scheme Features: Local Amenities: Environment:
  • Manager: Non-resident
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Silver Tree Gardens
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