Low Cragg

Brotton Road, Carlin How, Saltburn-by-the-Sea, North Yorkshire, TS13 4DZ

A 4.9 acre allocated residential site overlooking the North Sea. Planned to deliver new two and three bedroomed homes from 2024 with a mix of two and three bedroom homes aimed at couples and young families. 

Carlin How is a small village located in the northeastern part of England, overlooking near the North Sea coastline. It is a charming place that offers a great quality of life for families who are looking for a peaceful and safe environment to raise their children.

Carlin How is surrounded by natural beauty with great beaches just a short stroll from the village. Nearby Staithes and Saltburn-by-the-Sea are only a few minutes drive or bus ride. The village is located near the North York Moors National Park, a breathtaking natural reserve with stunning landscapes and a diverse range of flora and fauna. There are ample opportunities for families to engage in outdoor activities like hiking, cycling, and exploring the countryside.

The village itself is relatively small, but it has a close-knit community. The local schools are highly rated, providing excellent education opportunities for children. Village amenities include as a post office, grocery store, pub, and community center, ensuring that families have everything they need nearby.

Carlin How is also conveniently located near larger towns and cities, with the market town of Guisborough just a few miles away. The nearby town of Redcar has a beautiful sandy beach that is perfect for a day out with the family. The historic city of Durham is also within driving distance and offers an exciting mix of culture, history, and entertainment.


Low Cragg, Brotton Road, Carlin How, Saltburn on Sea North Yorkshire, TS13 4DZ