Bloor Homes - Baltic Wharf, TQ9
Our prestigious development is the perfect opportunity for you to discover living in this charming market town. Baltic Wharf is where history and tradition meet to provide the ultimate in contemporary 21st century living, and has been meticulously designed to complement the area’s existing history and architecture.
Making Baltic Wharf your new home is an excellent choice. Totnes offers a wide variety of history, attractions and activities to discover and immerse yourself in; ‘Good Food Sunday’ in the Civic Square is something not to be missed! There are plenty of options for dining out too, with a tantalising choice of restaurants, bars and cafes all on your doorstep, or why not get involved with one of the Town’s estimated 200 clubs and societies? Located within easy reach of both the South Devon Coast and Dartmoor National Park you will find nature in abundance.
Totnes is also known for having excellent transport links with the local train station providing easy access to the regional capital of Exeter, beyond to Plymouth and Cornwall or even directly to London. For journeys by car the A38, A380 and the M5 are all easily accessible. Or why not take the boat to Dartmouth along the River Dart for a great day out.
Baltic Wharf is conveniently situated just a few-minutes walk away from the charming centre of Totnes, where you’ll find a good selection of shops, services, attractions and eateries. Steeped in history and intrigue, Totnes is known the world over for its stunning location on the banks of the River Dart, and its rich and diverse cultural life. As the second oldest borough in England, this historic market town is reputed to have more listed buildings per head of population than any in Britain. By taking a short stroll from home, you’ll find the Grade I listed, 16th century Guildhall and an iconic Norman Castle, both of which welcome visitors from all over the country. One other place that is particularly fascinating to visit is St Mary’s Church, to the north of the town centre, with its rich red stonework and stunning stained glass windows dating back to the 15th century. For a day out with a difference, the Round Robin trip is something every family member will enjoy. Travelling between Totnes, Dartmouth and Paignton, your trip will include bus, boat and heritage steam train, and is an ideal way of seeing much more of the town and the beautiful South Devon surroundings. Totnes also has an exceptional range of independent shops and markets. You’ll find a whole host of products and produce on offer in the town’s pretty winding streets, with everything from locally made arts and crafts to cool, contemporary clothing. Add to this the large choice of bars, pubs and restaurants - and the town’s 40 independent coffee outlets - and you have everything you need to understand just what it is that makes Totnes a very special place to live, work and relax.
Education is taken care of for all ages with an excellent choice of schools close to Baltic Wharf. The Ofsted-rated ‘Good’ Totnes St Johns C of E Primary School is the closest to the development, being less than a mile away. For secondary education, the King Edward VI Community College, more popularly known as KEVICC, is a little over a mile away from the development. Also rated as ‘Good’, the school has an excellent name locally, and has a thriving sixth form. With two such well-regarded schools close to home, and a number of other schools located a short drive away, those with children will find it an easy choice when searching for houses for sale in Totnes.
Devon has a wide range of private and independent schools, and Totnes is home to some of these. Park School, one of the longest running alternative schools in the country, is just over 3 miles from home, and offers education to primary age girls and boys from all cultural backgrounds. Just over 4 miles away is St Christopher’s Prep School & Nursery, which provides education to girls and boys aged 3 to 11.
Coronation Road Totnes
The Co-operative Food
The Shops at Dartington
Those searching for new homes in Totnes will benefit from being close to some good transport links, both around Devon and beyond. Situated just 9 miles west of Torquay and 24 miles east of Plymouth, Totnes is easily accessible by road. The A385 is just moments away from Baltic Wharf, and allows for simple access to Paignton (20 minutes) and the outskirts of the Dartmoor National Park (around 15 minutes). Other ‘A’ roads are also accessible from the A385, including the A380 for Newton Abbot (25 minutes) and Kingsteignton (around 30 minutes), and the A38, or ‘Devon Expressway’ for Ivybridge (30 minutes), Plymouth (40 minutes) and Liskeard (1 hour).
Totnes railway station is the closest to Baltic Wharf, with regular trains running directly to Plymouth (approximately 30 minutes), Exeter (35 minutes) and London Paddington (around 3 hours).
Bus travel from Totnes is also made simple, thanks to a reliable and regular service around the local area and other parts of the county. Running seven days a week, Baltic Wharf residents will be able to choose from several buses to get to Totnes station, other local towns and even to Paignton Zoo.
Mount Stuart Hospital (Private)
Saint Vincent's Road
Catherine House Surgery
Dart Vale Dental Care
Giddy Dr J M
Malt Mill Lane
Manor Lodge Dental Surgery
Pure Dental Care 21 High Street
Riverview Dental Clinic
8 Symons Passage
43 Fore St
Richard Hoyland Optician
Peters Optical Ltd
35 Fore St