Newton Abbot is a market town and civil parish in the Teignbridge District of Devon, England on the River Teign, with a population of 23,580. The town has a racecourse nearby, a country park and mainline railway station, situated at the east end of Queen Street. A new hospital built at the end of Jetty Marsh Road was opened in January 2009

The market conditions in this market town are very buoyant, with a very diverse range. These are an abundance of first time buyers looking to take their first step onto the property ladder in addition to families looking to find their ideal home. Newton Abbot is a thriving town and there is a high demand for properties to rent, making the buy to let market very strong. We have a number of select locations which are always in demand. Currently, a 1 bedroom flat for sale in Newton Abbot will sell for under £100,000 and the largest property will sell for £1.5 million

Newton Abbot is a sought after market town which enjoys good access to both the coast and the moor,which makes this an ideal location for buyers of all ages. There is an extensive range of shopping and leisure facilities, health services and a good selection of schools catering for all ages. Newton Abbot is also well situated for access to the larger cities of Exeter and Plymouth, which makes it popular with professionals who commute to work. The beautiful scenery of the South Devon Coast and renowned Dartmoor National Park appeal to residents of all ages, making Newton Abbot an ideal place to live.

Newton Abbot is known for its weekly markets. Newton Abbot holds a historic Cheese and Onion Fayre in honour of Saint Leonard; it was originally held from 5 to 7 November, but is now celebrated at the beginning of September.

Victoria Mugford, the manager of Your Move Newton Abbot says " Newton Abbot is a great place to move into. It is a very friendly town with lots to see and do; its excellent transport links make it easy to commute to the larger cities."

As a popular residential area there are a range of property types in Newton Abbot, from town centre flats to substantial waterside and country homes - both for sale and to rent - meaning that the area attracts an equally diverse range of buyers and tenants.

As one of Newton Abbot's most popular estate agents, Your Move has a wide range of flats and houses for sale in the area. The branch also sells property further afield on the River Teign and around Decoy Country Park.

Amongst the most sought addresses is South Road where you will find a range of Victorian houses to modern newer homes.

The price of property to rent in Newton Abbot starts at around £450pcm for a studio flat, rising to £500 for a one bedroom flat. Two bedroom penthouse apartments with parking cost between £650-£675pcm with houses starting from £700pcm for a three bedroom rising to between £800 and £850pcm depending on the size and condition of the property. For the larger houses on the Teign Estuary, tenants can expect to pay between £1200 - £1500pcm.

Newton Abbot and the surrounding area benefits from a diverse selection of popular high street shops and smaller independent boutiques. These include M&S and Tesco for your weekly grocery shopping. Fermoy's is a farm shop and garden centre, selling an incredible selection of local produce, some of which can be sampled in the café where most of the food is homemade; Fermoy's is also very well know for it's great local meats and cheeses.

Bakers Park, Courtney Park, Decoy Country Park and Forde Park are popular with everyone from childrens playgroups to football teams; residents enjoy taking full advantage of the ditricts green open spaces. Popular venues include Newton Abbot leisure centre and Stover Golf Club

Newton Abbot has two Non-League football clubs: Buckland Athletic F.C. who play at Homers Heath, and Newton Abbot Spurs A.F.C. who play at the Recreation Ground. Newton Abbot has a low crime rate and has easily accessible transport links to the main town centres of Exeter and Plymouth, making property in the area even more desirable.

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