Village Life in Middleton St George
Middleton St George is a quaint village surrounded by beautiful North East landscapes, situated just four miles from Darlington in County Durham. Combining countryside charm with easy access to city amenities, this ideal location is a jewel in the north’s great, glittering crown.
Kim Anderson, sales advisor at our Hunters Fold development in Middleton St George, knows the area well after working in and around the village for a number of years. Here she shares her insider knowledge on village life.
“Middleton St George is a lovely area, which has a great reputation and local amenities to suit everyone.
It’s handy having Dinsdale railway station in the village, which goes direct to Darlington. From Darlington you can connect to anywhere from Edinburgh to London Kings Cross, which is an attractive feature in a village because it goes against the stereotype of being ‘in the middle of nowhere’.
With everything from a mini market, Post Office and retail park to a Morrisons supermarket, a local pub and more, the village offers something for everyone.
Table Talk Indian Diner, situated on the corner of Station Road and Yarm Road, is a classic yet modern Indian restaurant that commends itself for its traditional approach to Northern Indian cuisine, combining home style spice blends with traditional values. Open daily from 5pm to 11pm, this is one of Middleton St George’s local treasures.
With plenty of country walks, local organised treks and nature reserves, you can take in the breath-taking scenery, or even visit the historic Dinsdale Park.
Middleton St George not only has great access to the A1 and A19, which is ideal for commuters, but also grants easy access to schools within the county. It’s also the perfect location if you’re keen to reach Darlington, Middlesbrough and Teesside Park as well as being able to get to cities such as Newcastle and Durham with no fuss. For families searching for a new home in the area it really is the place to be with endless opportunities within arms reach.”