New Homes in Tiverton

Wrapped in swathes of beautiful Devon countryside with Exmoor National Park nearby, Tiverton is an attractive town in the South West. Popular among commuters to Exeter and Taunton, which are both under half an hour’s drive away, you can also get to Bristol and Plymouth in around an hour also.

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Victoria Heights
Victoria Heights
Chudleigh Road, Alphington, Devon, EX2 9SQ
  • £334,995 to £379,995
  • 3 and 4 bedroom
  • Located on the edge of Alphington, Victoria Heights is a development of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes. There's a play area and plenty of open space to enjoy. Exeter city centre is just 10 minutes away with restaurants, bars and plenty of things to do. Dawlish Warren and Exmouth beach can be reached within half an hour.
Okement Park
Okement Park
Crediton Road, Okehampton, Devon, EX20 1XP
  • £269,995 to £419,995
  • 3 and 4 bedroom
  • Okement Park is a development of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes on the edge of Okehampton. All homes benefit from bird boxes, bat boxes or bee bricks to support the local environment. There are play areas and nature trails on the development, while Dartmoor National Park is just 5 minutes away. You'll be just a mile from shops and restaurants in Okehampton.

What is life like in Tiverton?


Whether you’ve lived in Devon your whole life or you’re starting a new chapter with a move to the South West, Tiverton is a wonderful place to buy a home. Even more so when you take advantage of perks such as our Part Exchange scheme, where we could save you a lot of stress and money by acting as a guaranteed buyer for your current home. 


What is there to see and do in Tiverton?


The town centre is dissected by the River Exe, which lends a lovely atmosphere to the town as well as providing you with relaxing walks both to the north and south. Tiverton Castle and the Museum of Mid Devon Life are great spots to visit in the heart of town, which is surrounded by picturesque open countryside with the odd golf club set into it. 


You can explore the attractive local landscapes by heading to Grand Western Canal Country Park and walking or cycling along the Exe Valley Way, while you’ve also got Exmoor National Park to the north of town. If you have young children, then Diggerland Devon could be a great idea for a family day out. 


What is education like in Tiverton?


When it’s time for your kids to turn their attention to the classroom, Castle Primary School is one of the best options around for young children. Rated as good by Ofsted, it’s right in the town centre in terms of catchment area. Wilcombe Primary is on the edge of town and also a good choice in the eyes of the education board, with the same going for Bickleigh on Exe CofE a few miles south. 


Tiverton High School on Bolham Road is also classed as good by Ofsted, providing local youngsters with a great chance to continue their education in a positive manner. If you’re looking for an independent school, Blundell’s School is a day and boarding school to the east of the town centre which also caters for younger children. 


How are the transport links in Tiverton?


The Tiverton Parkway train station is around six miles east of the town centre. You can also find a bus and coach station in the heart of town which offers services both to the train stop and other parts of the local area and beyond. 


If you have a car, the town is served by the A396 and A361 roads, the latter of which you can use to hop on the M5 motorway to the east in just 10 minutes. This means you can drive south to Exeter in less than half an hour, and north to Bristol in around an hour. 


What is the Tiverton property scene like?


There are some lovely properties in Tiverton and the surrounding area which make great use of the beautiful local landscapes, meaning house prices continue to rise each year. You can still pick up some fabulous homes for affordable prices though, including everything from 2 bedroom semis to 3 and 4 bed houses next to Tiverton Gold Club. 


Whether this sounds perfect for you and your family, or you’d rather be on the outskirts of Exeter instead, make sure you browse our latest offers. Take advantage of deals like our Movemaker scheme, which could save you thousands of pounds in agency fees when selling your current home. 

 

If you're ready to move but unsure on where to begin, don't forget to take a look at our South West property buying guide for all the information you'll need.