There are endless benefits to Smith’s Dock — from contemporary homes to amazing views — but undoubtedly the one which attracts most people is the enviable location.
Smith’s Dock has created a coastal community always looking to make the most of their position overlooking the mouth of the River Tyne. But what actually are the benefits of living by the water’s edge? Aside from stunning panoramic views and fresh salty sea air, there are plenty of aquatic advantages which make Smith’s Dock such a special place to call home.
Our modular Town House and Fab House homes at Smith’s Dock have been awarded the Offsite Project of the Year accolade at the 2019 annual Building Awards.
Smith’s Dock enjoys an enviable location on the lively North Shields Fish Quay – home to a busy fishing port and growing number of award-winning restaurants and bars. With such a vibrant and busting atmosphere, the Little Pilates Company offers a welcome escape in which to enjoy the company of Pilates teacher and owner, Claire Barnaby.
Supporting an active lifestyle is a must for many people when choosing a new home but at Smith’s Dock, the surrounding area offers an impressive range of diverse fitness activities.
Right on the doorstep is Boar City Crossfit, North Shields’ only Crossfit box and home to 100’s of active members at the gym on nearby Lawson Street. We had a chat with Boar City co-owner and Director of Coaching, Tim Hook, to learn more about the local fitness community close to Smith’s Dock.
As the North Tyneside coast has gone from strength to strength, many areas in the vibrant Borough have benefitted. From chic Tynemouth Front Street to Whitley Bay’s revamped Spanish City, the close-knit districts that make up the coast are seeing a real surge in interest from visitors keen to enjoy the delights of life by the water.