ESA apartments are located in three key centres across the Tees Valley – Yarm, Middlesbrough and Hartlepool Marina. This distinctive area, labelled ‘the most exciting, beautiful and friendly region in England’ (Lonely Planet) nestles between North Yorkshire and County Durham and borders on the North Sea.  With its industrial heritage, cliffs and beaches, inspiring moorland and threaded by the River Tees, it makes a diverse and exciting place to live and work. Read More


Historic Yarm is splendidly situated on either side of the broad, cobbled thoroughfare voted BBC High Street of the Year in 2007 for its exciting variety of quality shops, cafés and pubs.

Our apartments are in a secluded backwater one minutes’ walk away from the High Street, giving you every reason to stay happily in Yarm.


Bordered by the River Tees, Yarm is the gateway both to the industrial centres of the Tees Valley and the North York Moors National Park.


Trains connect with York for the East Coast Mainline between London, Newcastle and Edinburgh. Durham Tees Valley Airport is just three miles away.

This makes our apartments accessible.


A rare mix of national names and thriving independents, including a dozen chic fashion boutiques.


Teashops, ice cream parlours, coffee shops, bistros, delis, fish & chips, bakeries and restaurants which vary from Italian to Pan-Asian.


Join the locals at welcoming traditional pubs, wine bars and cocktail lounges.

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At the centre of the Tees Valley, Middlesbrough is its biggest town. Victorian grandeur is complemented by innovative architecture, It’s a fine and welcoming place to live and visit.

On the doorstep of our cutting edge, contemporary apartments is a town centre alive with a vast variety of shops, restaurants, bars, cinemas, nightlife, theatres, museums and galleries, businesses and Teesside University


Middlesbrough Town Hall – Victorian concert hall; Dorman Museum showcasing natural, geological, social and arts and crafts; Captain Cook birthplace.

Open space

Albert Park – Trees, flowers and greenery; Centre Square surrounded by civic buildings with Claes Oldenburg’s Bottle of Notes sculpture.


Enjoy stand-up comedy, touring drama, musicals and dance.


Riverside Stadium home to Middlesbrough AFC; Sports Village for athletics, cycling and more.

Tees Transporter Bridge

Cross the river in the gondola of the world’s longest working transporter bridge, the region’s iconic landmark.


Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art brings together the collections of three galleries and runs a programme of fine and applied art.


Baker Street- independent retailers, cafes, salons and micro pubs with a street market. Linthorpe Road – designer department store Psyche and Debenhams.

Teesside University

“Times University of the Year” (2009); Queen’s Anniversary Prize for world-class work in Enterprise and Engagement with Industry (2015).

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