High Heaton's main commercial street is Benton Road. It
benefits from amenities such as a Tesco Express and petrol
garage, pharmacies, newsagents, a post office, hairdressers,
sandwich shops, pubs and restaurants within easy walking
distance. A brand new Sainsburys supermarket is also very
convenient, just off Benton Road on Etherstone Avenue.
The Sangreela Indian restaurant next to Four Lane Ends is a
stylish highlight with a focus on quality food and dishes you
won't find on every other Indian restaurant's menu. They even give
20% of their profits to charity and have a VIP club offering
The Coxlodge Waggonway traces the routes Newcastle's old tram
system used to travel, now transformed into a scenic walk filled
with wildlife providing easy walking routes to the Freeman Hospital
and all the way to South Gosforth.
The Four Lane Ends interchange at the top of Benton Road
provides buses and metros taking you all over the
city. The interchange also provides a park and ride
system making it perfect for commuters. Living in High
Heaton leaves you perfectly positioned, you can easily
get to Newcastle City Centre or to the coast by car or
High Heaton is a safe area and has a great community for
families. Benton Park Primary School, Cragside Primary School,
Heaton Manor secondary school and sixth form and St Marys Catholic
Comprehensive schools act as community hubs providing adult
learning, fitness classes, dance and theatre groups
and links to community police.
The fantastic local amenities and transport links also
makes this area suitable for students especially those studying at
Northumbria University's Coach Lane campus.