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The average price of £117,266 is still, however, well below the national average.

It is believed this surge has been greatly helped by regeneration work in the area, and in particular the new housing estate East Shore Village, built on the site of the former Vane Tempest colliery.

Seaham has fine beaches and transport links to the eastern coast.

From 2001 most of the Durham coastline was designated as a "heritage coast" and Seaham beach was entirely restored.

By 1992, however, all three pits (Dawdon Colliery, Vane Tempest Colliery and Seaham Colliery – known locally as "the Knack") had closed, a process accelerated by the British miners' strike and cheap coal imports from Eastern Europe.

Seaham Colliery suffered an underground explosion in 1880 which resulted in the loss of over 160 lives, including surface workers and rescuers.

Seaham, formerly Seaham Harbour, is a small town in County Durham, situated 6 miles (9.7 km) south of Sunderland and 13 miles (21 km) east of Durham.

Dobson did so, but the planned approach foundered for lack of funds, and the town instead grew in a more piecemeal fashion.

Until the early years of the 19th century, Seaham was a small rural agricultural farming community whose only claim to fame was that the local landowner's daughter, Anne Isabella Milbanke, was married at Seaham Hall to Lord Byron, on 2 January 1815.

Byron began writing his Hebrew Melodies at Seaham and they were published in April 1815.

But I saw the sea once more in all the glories of surf and foam.

The marriage was short-lived, but long enough to have been a drain on the Milbanke estate.

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