House Removals Newton Abbot
Newton Abbot is a distinctly Victorian railway town, located in the heart of South Devon. Blessed by the beautiful South Devon coast and with Dartmoor National Park on its doorstep, there is a lot of opportunity for outdoor pursuits.
The pubs of Newton Abbot are packed with character and charm. The atmosphere is always friendly and the produce is often all local to Devon, therefore you won’t receive the usual pub grub when dining out in Newton Abbot. With a number of popular food and drink festivals held each year, as well as a produce market held on Tuesdays and Fridays, in Courtenay Street, you won’t be able to miss your chance to sample fresh local produce.
Moving to Newton Abbot
The majority of sales in Newton Abbot are of terraced properties, selling for an average price of £166,335. Detached properties are selling for an average of £293,904, with semi-detached properties fetching £201,265.
Newton Abbot, with an overall average price of £204,923, is cheaper than nearby Kingsteignton (£216,491), Bishopsteignton (£327,632) and Shaldon (£360,849).
The Britannia Lanes of Devon office is ideally located just 25 minutes from Newton Abbot in Exeter. We can help with all aspects of moving house, as well as providing a variety of storage requirements to suit your needs.
Days Out in Newton Abbot
If you fancy a flutter, a visit to Newton Abbot Racecourse is ideal. The establishment is one of the UK’s leading summer jumps courses and it is also home to regular antiques fairs and car boot sales.
Another popular day out, particularly for the whole family, is Hannah’s at Seal Hayne. For a spot of relaxation pack your swimsuit and try out their well-being centre. Alternatively, take the children to the farm to visit the sheep and collect some eggs, enjoy local food at the café or head to the shops and art gallery.
Transport Links Newton Abbot
Newton Abbot has a wells serviced station, with regular trains to Plymouth, Paignton, Exmouth and Penzance. Trains also run to Manchester Piccadilly and London Paddington. Both of these services are direct, with trains to Manchester taking around 4 hours 30 minutes, and the Paddington service taking around 2 hours 40 minutes.
Via car, Newton Abbot is easily accessible from the M5. Simply take the A380 from the motorway, onto the A381.
Newton Abbot has a variety of different local bus services, there are also routes taking passengers to towns and villages further a field.