Welcome to Hunters Estate Agents and Letting Agents Newcastle Central
Newcastle Estate Agent
Sell, let or buy property with Hunters
We help sellers, landlords and tenants throughout Newcastle with their property needs.
Our professional and personal service takes the stress and the hassle out of selling and letting, leaving you with time and energy to focus on what you need to.
So if you need help in Newcastle centre, the Quayside, Jesmond, Gosforth, Heaton, High Heaton, Arthur’s Hill, Fenham or elsewhere, get in touch today.
- Free property valuation (online or in-person)
- 24/7 support through your My Hunters portal
- A fully managed sale
- Expert advice from our experienced local agents
- Bespoke, professional marketing packages for your property
- Flexible lettings services, from securing tenants right through to fully managing your property
Why choose Hunters Newcastle?
Lettings packages that work for you
Our range of lettings packages are designed to suit the way you want to manage your property. Whether you just need help finding a tenant, would like us to assist with rent collection or would like us to completely manage it all for you, the choice is yours.
We also make sure that you’re fully compliant with changing legislation, so your investment and tenants are safe.
Expert marketing for a speedy sale or let
With professional photography, expert videography and even 3D walkthroughs, we build you a property ad that stops house-hunters in their tracks.
A good ad is one thing, but it needs to reach the right people. We advertise your property in all the places people look, including Rightmove, Zoopla and OnTheMarket. All to ensure you a stress-free and efficient sale or let.
No sale or let, no fee
We offer very competitive rates and honest and professional service. If there’s no sale or let, there are no fees for you to pay.
Why live in Newcastle?
Newcastle is a large, exciting city with plenty of opportunities.
Newcastle’s different postcodes have something for everyone. The Quayside has plenty of modern apartments ideal for young professionals, whereas Jesmond has large properties in beautiful surroundings and accommodation for the local student population. Families are fond of Heaton and High Heaton due to their fantastic green spaces and great places to socialise.
Tyne and Wear Metro is the easy way to get around Newcastle and the surrounding areas, including Gateshead, Sunderland and Tynemouth. Newcastle’s train station is one of the busiest stations in the country and has nationwide services, including to London (taking two or three hours) and Edinburgh (taking about an hour and a half).
The road networks in Newcastle are excellent as the A1 and A19 are both close to the city centre. For international travel, Newcastle Airport is just outside the city, offering flights to over 90 destinations. The Metro connects the airport to central Newcastle, with services taking just 20 minutes.
There are amazing shops in Newcastle city centre. Northumberland Street has all the high street brands you could ever wish to find, as well as department stores and shopping centres. In Gateshead, you’ll find the enormous Metrocentre, which has over 330 stores, as well as places to eat and leisure activities. There are several pockets, such as Jesmond, of Newcastle that have exciting independent stores and cafes.
Newcastle has plenty of ways to spend your evenings. The Quayside is a particularly fun place, with brilliant bars and restaurants, including some with rooftop views across the city.
There’s so much to enjoy and explore in and around Newcastle, including museums, art galleries, farms, beautiful parks, and the coast is within easy reach too.
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This Hunters business is independently owned and operated by NLD Estates Ltd | Registered Address: 65 Percy Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1 7RN | Registered Number: 11087707 England and Wales | VAT No: 296 5984 28 with the written consent of Hunters Franchising Limited.
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Local area guide
Newcastle is a large city in northeast England. It’s full of fantastic shops, restaurants, nightlife, and plenty of attractions to suit people of all ages.
The Tyne and Wear Metro is a really easy way to get around the city and out to Gateshead, Sunderland and Tynemouth. If you’re travelling by train, Newcastle Central Station is one of the busiest stations in the country and has nationwide services to London (taking two or three hours) and Edinburgh (taking about an hour and a half).
If you prefer to travel by car, Newcastle’s road networks are excellent. The A1 and the A19 are close to central Newcastle, making travelling further afield an easy option. Newcastle Airport is just outside of the city centre for international travel with flights to over 90 destinations. You can easily get to the airport by Metro with regular services that take just 20 minutes.
Newcastle has lots of good schools. There are over 74 primary schools and plenty of secondary schools with both state and independent options. The also city boasts two universities; Newcastle University and Northumbria University.
When it comes to shopping, Newcastle has it all. Northumberland Street has a lot of well-known brands, including Ted Baker, H&M and Marks & Spencer. Fenwick Newcastle department store can also be accessed from here and it hosts affordable high street names and luxury brands such as Mulberry and Michael Kors. It also has a rooftop bar and restaurant, Roof Thirty Nine. Eldon Square shopping centre also has plenty of stores and eateries, including a John Lewis. In nearby Gateshead, the Metrocentre is a huge shopping and leisure centre with over 330 stores. There are independent stores in various parts of the city, such as great fashion boutiques, bookshops and cafes in Jesmond.
The city centre has great nightlife, with plenty of bars, pubs, restaurants and clubs. The Quayside is a must-visit area of the city with plenty of hotspots with live DJs and fantastic restaurants that have rooftop views across the city. If you’re into craft beer then head to By the River Brew Co, which is under Tyne Bridge.
Newcastle centre has great healthcare, including hospitals, pharmacies, GP services and dental practices. There are various ways to keep fit too, with leisure centres available throughout the city.
Newcastle has plenty to see and do throughout the year, such as exploring space at the Life Science Centre or history at the Discovery Museum. There are great parks throughout the city, including Jesmond Dene and Heaton Park, and the coast is within easy reach too.
Contact Newcastle Central
65 Percy Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 7RN
Mon - Fri: 9am - 5:30pm, Sat: appointment only 9am - 4pm Sun: Closed