Well located in Bishop Auckland, this development of 42 one bed apartments is a short walk from two large superstores as well as the usual amenities found on the high street. There are many facilities available onsite also including conservatory, lounge and guest room for visiting friends and family.
Coffee mornings, weekly social club, and occasional outings are some of the activities organised at Runnymede Court making this a very happy and inclusive community.
Your on-site manager is your point of contact, overseeing the properties and estate services, as well as helping you to access further help and support if you need it.
Bishop Auckland's main shopping streets are Newgate Street, Cockton Hill Road and Watling Road. The Town Hall is a "Gothic style" Victorian building overlooking the town's market place and is Grade II* listed. It now houses the town's main public library, a theatre, an art gallery, tourist information centre and a café-bar.
In terms of sports facilities, Woodhouse Close Leisure Complex, a council run leisure centre, has a 25 metre swimming pool, gym, sauna, steam room and spa pool. Football pitches, tennis courts and bowling greens are provided at the Town Recreation Ground and Cockton Hill Recreation Ground.
Auckland Castle (often known locally as The Bishop's Palace), has been the official residence of the Bishop of Durham since 1832. The grounds of Auckland Castle alone contain seven listed structures. The route of the Roman road passes straight through the middle of the town on its way to the nearby Roman fort at Binchester. The town also has a Grade II listed Victorian railway viaduct crossing the River Wear. The nearby village of Escomb is home to an Anglo-Saxon church.
Location and transport links
Bishop Auckland is a market town in County Durham in North East England. It is located about 12 miles North West of Darlington and 12 miles South West of Durham. The nearest motorway junction is Junction 60 of the A1(M), which is around 8 miles away.
Bishop Auckland railway station provides services to Darlington, Middlesbrough and Saltburn. The nearest airport to the town is Durham Tees Valley Airport at around 19 miles drive South-East of Bishop Auckland. The town has a bus station with a good range of services.
Distance to GP: 0.08 miles
Distance to shop: 0.05 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0.08 miles
Distance to Post Office: 0.09 miles