Street NameNumber of HousesYear(s) BuiltBuilt byReason for Street NameRemarks:Photograph(s)
Albion Street17
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Alma Street
181854After the Alma Pub
The Conveyance for number 6 states “A Freehold Building site in the Pantile Field at South Hylton..
Back Albion Street
Birchwood192005/2006Gentoo (formerly S’land Housing Group)
Cambria Green391984-5Shepherd Homes LtdAfter Cambria StreetCambria Green as built on land which was formerly part of the school, cookery class, woodworking class and canteen. The site also contained the old Ropery works building and allotments.
Cambria Street301850Was originally called Cambridge Street. The house on the end, number 44, was the former Police House.
Church Street8Next to St. Mary’s “Church”Church Street
Claxheugh Cottages61932Hudson & Lucas, Sunderland

After “Claxheugh” RockThese Cottages were built on land owned by Hylton Paper Mill to house maintenance workers. They replaced a row of cottages actually in the mill yard.Claxheugh Cottages
Claxheugh Road69After “Claxheugh” RockClaxheugh Road

Dalla Street3circa 1973Roseberry ConstructionReason for street name: Click on photograph for further information.The three houses were built in the garden of “Castle View” and named after Spanish Hotels.Dalla Street

Dawson Terrace21After 'Dawson Pottery'Dawson Terrace
Dene View Crescent
66c1950Crescent shaped and looks over the DeneIt is said Dene View Crescent was named by Miss Douglas, School Teacher, who lived on Hylton Bank. Her brother, John Richard was a Councillor in the 1950’sDene View Crescent
Dunwood92005/2006Gentoo (formerly S’land Housing Group)Dunwood