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Redhouse, Sunderland

Coordinates: 54°55′30″N 1°25′30″W / 54.925°N 1.42499°W / 54.925; -1.42499

Hylton Red House
Tyne and Wear
Population 14,000 
Metropolitan borough City of Sunderland
Metropolitan county Tyne and Wear
Region North East
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Postcode district SR5
Dialling code 0191
Police Northumbria
Fire Tyne and Wear
Ambulance North East
EU Parliament North East England
UK Parliament Sunderland North
List of places
Tyne and Wear

Hylton Red House, known as Red House, often spelled as Redhouse, is a suburb in the north east of Sunderland, England, situated between Downhill to the west, and Marley Pots and Witherwack to the east.

The area, formally named Hylton Red House, is one of the largest council housing schemes in North East England. In common with most estates in Sunderland, the street names all start with the same letter - 'R' in the case of Red House.

The whole of the estate falls within the SR5 postal code.

Red House is home to Red House Academy, Hylton Red House Primary School, English Martyrs Roman Catholic Primary School, and Bishop Harland Church of England Primary School.

External links

  • Map of Hylton Red House
  • Sassco: Website of a team which plays within Red House

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