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Jesmond is considered one of the most culturally vibrant and eclectic areas in Newcastle upon Tyne.
A mixture of both affluent residential areas and upmarket student lettings, Jesmond is hailed as one of the trendiest and prosperous places in the region.
Brentwood Avenue, a mixture of quirky boutiques and critically acclaimed restaurants and bistros, is just a stone’s throw away from Osborne Road, famed for its exuberant nightlife and chic bar culture.
The strip of bars and restaurants include the famous ‘Osbornes’, a hit amongst residents and students alike.
Osborne Road is also home to Jesmond’s glamorous inner city spa, Serenity in the City. The beauty of Jesmond is further reflected in its residents, stylishly dressed in pieces from the areas very own high-fashion retailer Jules B and upmarket jewellery boutique Me Me Me.
Taking a left at the newly opened Waitrose on Osborne Road is Acorn Road , Jesmond’s equivalent to a high street. From fishmongers to shoe shops, bookmakers to hair salons, Acorn Road has everything residents need, all in one trendy little hub-like place.
Jesmond Dene is a countryside gem in the heart of Newcastle. The valley separates Jesmond from lively student area Heaton, and is awash with calm and serene woodland life. Hidden in the centre of the Dene is Fisherman’s Lodge, of the Newcastle’s most exclusive and famous restaurants.
The area is linked to the region’s Metro system, and you can reach the city centre in fewer than 10 minutes. Attractive, vibrant and decidedly ‘cool’, Jesmond is THE place to be in Newcastle.