A distinctive collection of 3 & 4 bedroom homes, all carefully laid out to take full advantage of the beautiful views of the Moor. With modern and contemporary design at its core, Moorview is perfect for anyone who enjoys the open air and finer things in life.
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Beautifully poised between the seaside of the English Riviera and the wild open spaces of Dartmoor, Moorview is on the outskirts of the village of Marldon, just three and a half miles from Torquay. The day to day amenities of Totnes and Toprquay are within easy reach. The South Devon Link Road makes getting around easy, and the delights of the South Devon coast and countryside are right on your doorstep.
Families will appreciate the good local schools for all ages, especially Compton Valley Nursery School, Marldon C of E Primary school and Paignton Academy fopr secondary education.
Moorview is well connected throughout the region and beyond.Trains from Torquay station offer services to Exeter, Reading and London. By road, the South Devon Link Road offers a direct route to the M5 Motorway.
Driving to Torquay, Totnes, Paignton, Exeter and Plymouth is straightforward. Regular bus services criss-cross the area, while Exeter International Airport is just 25 miles away.
For sports and exercise, Moorview is well placed. Alongside walking or cycling on Dartmoor and in the beautiful countryside, there are gyms and health clubs in Torquay, golf courses galore, and the nearest pool is Swim Torquay.
Great days out from your home at Moorview will naturally include fun days at the beach – Preston beach, the nearest, is just 2.5 miles away. Other attractions for all the family include Paignton Zoo, the Dartmouth Steam Railway and the fascinating stone age Kent’s Cavern.
For everyday shopping, Torquay has supermarkets and a good selection of High Street shops and big name stores, as well as dozens of small independent shops, boutiques and fresh produce outlets.
Fleet Walk shopping mall is the place to head to for ‘designer’ stores such as Ted Baker and Paul Smith, unique bargains in The Gallery, and essentials including TK Maxx, Superdrug, Bon-Marche, New Look and many more. The historic market town of Totnes also has a good range of shops.
The village of Marldon is centred around the 16th century parish church and has a post office and a village store – not to mention Grade II listed multi-award winning pub, The Church House Inn, all within easy walking distance of Moorview.