Low Carrs Country Park was the first park to be acquired by the Maguire family back in 1981. It is a fully residential, adults only park and benefits from a unique location, being ‘in the country’, but just a stones throw away from Durham City. The residents of Low Carrs consist of retired or semi retired people who have created a close knit, caring community. The pretty and peaceful park is an explosion of colour during the spring and summer months.
Low Carrs is just a five minute stroll from the historic and picturesque City of Durham. The very first park to be acquired by the Maguire family in 1981, it is a fully residential, secure, adults only park, set in a picturesque and peaceful location.
Low Carrs residents are predominantly retired or semi retired people and you will never feel like just another number in this close-knit and caring community. The park provides a tranquil oasis with a very high degree of security and an extremely vigilant Neighbourhood Watch scheme.
Low Carrs is very well placed for easy all year round living, within easy walking distance of shops, a Post Office, extensive bus routes and all that the World Heritage Site of Durham City has to offer. Low Carrs is delightfully secluded, set in lovely grounds with an abundance of trees and shrubs. The residents take pride in their homes and many maintain their colourful and well-stocked garden areas themselves.
Living at Low Carrs gives you the luxury of living in the country, but with all of the benefits of the Durham City right there on your doorstep.
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This magnificent park is situated within a stone’s throw away from Durham, which has an extensive historical background with the Cathedral and University a major focal point when visiting.
The university is regarded as one of the oldest in the UK, only behind Oxford and Cambridge.
Both, the Cathedral and adjacent 11th century Castle were both designated as a world heritage site in 1986 by UNESCO.
Durham city centre boasts an array of shops, cafes and restaurants for all to enjoy. There are also regular farmers markets that take place all over the county showcasing some of the best homemade treats.
Further up the road, in Gateshead, you have the Metro Centre which is the second largest shopping centre in the UK with over 370 stores to choose from and plenty of food halls to enjoy a bite to eat.
This terrific city is full of action packed activities that the whole family will enjoy.
Some of these include Durham climbing centre, Prince Bishop River Cruiser and Durham Museum.
Not to mention that you are no further than a 25-minute drive from the beach, so if you feel like getting out of the city for the day, go and enjoy yourselves on the gorgeous beaches that are on offer.
The county of Tyne and Wear is home to some of the most stunning wildlife and nature reserves in the UK.
With large open lakes and beautiful forests, you will have the perfect opportunity to explore.
Along the coast, you may even be lucky enough to spot the wide selection of birds that help to make the North East such a unique place to visit.