£300,000 - £342,000
3 and 4 bedroom properties
Camomile Way, Newton Abbot, Devon
More information about Stanbury Meadows...
About the Development
Sandwiched between the majestic moors of Dartmoor and the stunning beaches of the English Riviera, Newton Abbot is a truly enviable place to live and Redrow Homes take that experience a step further, locating our Stanbury Meadows development outside of the town, just four miles from the moors, to offer an even more desirable location to set up home and raise your family.
This delightful Devon setting offers an eclectic lifestyle, yet it's under three hours from London by direct train and within easy reach of Bristol, Exeter and Plymouth, making it ideal for commuters. That said, once you have experienced the lifestyle of one of Britain's most beautiful stretches of coast, you may never want to leave.
AmenitiesThere is a handy One Stop convenience store close to the development on Ashburton Road, with a 24 hour Tesco superstore in Newton Abbot itself. Local Doctors can be found at Albany Surgery (Sat Nav TQ12 2TX, call 0845 463 7018), with local dentists at Brunel Dental Care (Sat Nav TQ12 4XX call 0845 463 7018), both in Newton Abbot.
DiningAs you would expect from a leading Devon tourist area, there is a rich choice of high quality restaurants and welcoming gastro pubs to choose from across the area, including some owned and run by famous chefs. Check out Michelin Star chef, Simon Hulstone’s Elephant restaurant in Torquay, or the Grand Hotel, run by TV’s Iron Chef himself, Richard Hunt. For great Devon pub food try the Thatched Cottage, the Elizabethan Inn or the Two Mile Oak Inn. Or for a meal out closer to home, try Saffrons Indian restaurant, Rio Grande Mexican or Olives Greek, all in Newton Abbot.
EducationAt Redrow, we appreciate how important education is for our homebuyers, and so we always build within easy reach of good schools. At Stanbury Meadows you can choose between Bradley Barton or Highweek Community primary schools, for the little ones, with a choice of specialist academies for the older pupils. Newton Abbot College is a specialist Technology college while Coombeshead Academy in the town specialises in arts and media. For private education, the excellent Stover School covers the complete age range from nursery right through to sixth form.
LeisureAs a major tourist destination, you are never going to be short of things to do in and around Newton Abbot or the Torbay area, with endless fun days out for all the family to choose from. As if that wasn’t enough, just four miles from the development you’ll find the wide open spaces of Dartmoor National Park, offering endless leisure opportunities, including climbing, walking and mountain biking trails. Newton Abbot is famous for its summer jump racing programme, and there are several good quality golf courses in the area, including Bovey Castle, Stover and Dainton golf clubs. Newton Abbot also hosts a popular leisure centre with a wide rage of sports facilities. For evening entertainment, head into town for the quaint Alexander Theatre which doubles as a cinema and a live performance venue, as well as a wide range of friendly bars and restaurants. Plus there’s plenty more entertainment to be found along the Riviera, with something for every taste, especially in the summer season.
ShoppingThe market in Newton Abbot can trace its history back no less than 750 years, making it a major attraction for the town as well as a great place to buy fresh produce from local farmers. Newton Abbot town centre has a good selection of shops, with even more to choose from in nearby Plymouth and Exeter. Newton Abbot offers out of town shopping at Kingsteignton Retail Park, while Trago Mills Family Shopping and Leisure Park combines top name shopping with a range of family focussed leisure facilities including a miniature railway and fun rides. For a more refined shopping experience, browse the many independent stores and unique boutiques of the English Riviera all around Torbay and beyond.
The development sits on the A383 and links to the A38 and A380 trunk roads. Exeter is just 20 miles, with Plymouth 30 miles and Bristol around 100 miles. The town centre of Newton Abbot is just a few minutes drive, while the end of the M5 is around 16 miles away.
The coastal towns of Torquay is just 10 miles drive from the development, while the edge of Dartmoor National Park is just 4 miles away. Newton Abbot Station has 230 parking spaces for park and ride commuters, with trains to London in 2hrs 45min, Bristol in 1hr 20min and Plymouth in around 40mins. Bristol Airport is around an hour and a half drive, or you can reach the continent with ferries from Plymouth to Santander in Spain or Saint Malo in France.
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