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New Homes in Newton Abbot

Lying on the banks of the River Teign in Devon, Newton Abbot is a handsome market town in the South West. Close to Teignmouth and only seven miles from Torquay, new homes in Newton Abbot are popular among people who work in Exeter, which is only 15 miles away.  


You can double that distance to reach Plymouth, although there’s plenty to keep you closer to home too. From Decoy Country Park and days at the seaside, to having excellent local schools and Dartmoor National Park on your doorstep, don’t miss our developments closest to Newton Abbot below.  

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    Oak Mead

    Oak Mead

    Wolborough, Newton Abbot,
    • Coming soon
  • Berry Acres

    Berry Acres

    Yalberton Road, Paignton, TQ4 7PE
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £319,995 to £389,995
  • Victoria Heights

    Victoria Heights

    Chudleigh Road, Alphington, EX2 9SQ
    • 3 bedroom
    • £339,995 to £369,995
  • Okement Park

    Okement Park

    Crediton Road, Okehampton, EX20 1XP
    • 3 bedroom
    • £274,995 to £319,995
  • Barratt Homes @ Treledan

    Barratt Homes @ Treledan

    Treledan, Saltash, PL12 6PR
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £294,995 to £348,995

Live the life

Located in South Devon, buying a new home in Newton Abbot is ideal, with a variety of shops, boutiques, pubs and restaurants it offers a lively area surrounded by coast and countryside.

The market town close to Exeter, Torquay and Dartmoor and has excellent transport links, ideal for commuters, along with good schools.

Things to see and do

The town offers several facilities for your everyday essentials, along with a great selection of shops from supermarkets to independent boutiques. A farmer’s market is held every Tuesday and Friday where you can buy fresh produce, while Shaldon beach provides a great place for a day out.

Just over 17 miles from Exeter, the city is never far away. Explore the Castle Quarter and see the city’s impressive gothic cathedral. The cathedral green is a great place to enjoy the outdoors.

Further highlights in Exeter include the Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, which was awarded Museum of the Year in 2012. If you like shopping then visit Princesshay, which has over 60 stores and restaurants.

Torquay is also close by, taking just over 20 minutes to reach. A popular holiday destination, you can enjoy exploring the busy harbour and international marina while taking in the area’s charm. Torquay is all about the beach though – and you’ll love its sandy stretches.


There are plenty of schools in the area giving families plenty of choice, while the University of Exeter is close by for those wanting to go on to higher education in the area.

Transport links

Newton Abbot railway station is served by both local and long distance trains on the main line, London to Penzance route.

For motorists, Newton Abbot is served by a great trunk road and motorway connections, while the nearest airport is Exeter International Airport, which can be reached in just under 30 minutes. From here, those travelling further afield can enjoy several domestic and global flights.