Barratt Homes - Hawthorn Rise, TQ12
Only a few homes remaining Hawthorn Rise has a selection of two, three and four bedroom homes in Newton Abbot. Located in the heart of South Devon, Hawthorn Rise offers superb access to both Exeter and Torbay and you'll only be a stones throw from Dartmoor and much of the South Devon coast. There's plenty going on in and around the town to keep everyone entertained, all with that distinctive West Country charm.
If you fancy a flutter head over to Newton Abbot Racecourse, one of the UK's leading summer jumps courses. Just a short drive away and head to the seaside village of Shaldon and its neighbouring town Teignmouth with lovely beaches and great places to eat. If you prefer a bit more of an extreme lifestyle head to Go Ape the UK's number 1 forest adventure, try quad biking or dare take on the high ropes course.
Hay Tor View Community Primary School and Nursery is just a 7 minute walk from Hawthorn Rise and Teign School in Kingsteignton is less than 5 miles away providing secondary education.
Newton Abbot is a thriving market town, with a number of shops to suit all tastes, from well-known supermarkets to smaller boutiques, a butcher, baker and fruit and veg shop, the list goes on. After all the shopping there are pleasant cafes and restaurants, somewhere to sit down and chat about the day.
Newton Abbot is located less than half an hour rfom Exeter and Torquay. The town is served by plenty of bus routes and Newton Abbot train station is just under 2 miles from Hawthorn Rise, providing a direct line to both Exeter and London Paddington.
Buckland Surgery is less than a 10 minute walk from Hawthorn Rise providing medical care including an out of hours and home visits service.There are several dentists within a mile of the development.
- Heading south west on the Devon Expy/A38 - Take the exit towards Shaldon Rd - At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Shaldon Rd - Turn left onto Haytor Dr - Turn right onto Windsor Ave - Destination will be on the left
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