Love Devon? YouGov says you do! Why not move here?
Love Devon? YouGov says you do! Why not move here? A recent poll of 42,000 people asked ‘What’s the most liked county in the UK?’ and Devon came second! It’s no wonder, with breathtaking scenery, miles and miles of beautiful beaches, glorious countryside, picturesque villages and some of the best housing stock in the country
If you like the majority of those polled love Devon, why not make it your permanent home? You could move here or holiday here in your own property. We have some delightful homes for sale across the county covering a wide price spectrum…
Our official name is Devonshire, but you all know and love us as Devon: home to Dartmoor, Exmoor and beaches for as far as the eye can see.
We also happen to have one of the most varied and stunning arrays of homes for sale that make the most of the surrounding beauty.
Whether you require peace and rural tranquility, a village setting with great transport links or a south west bolt hole in which to spend the holidays, our properties for sale mirror the county itself: beautiful, varied, interesting and awash with charm…
With rivers, tors, granite, amazing views, loved walking routes and even the Heckfxrd’s pygmy moth – found nowhere else in the world – Dartmoor casts a spell on those who visit. One could spend a long time here and never walk the same path, taking in glorious views and stopping off at picturesque villages along the way. It holds a special place in the heart of Devonians and remains a popular place to live.
Fardel Manor, Fardel, Ivybridge PL21 9HT. Offers In Excess Of £2,000,000
Of significant historic and architectural status, a compact Grade I listed late-medieval manor house, together with 13th century chapel and service cottage, sheltered in superb gardens on the edge of Dartmoor.
Fardel Manor was the home of Walter Raleigh’s father, and a young Raleigh visited often, alongside his captain, John Rolfe.
Grenofen, Tavistock, Devon PL19 9ES. Asking Price Of £1,200,000
Grenofen is a small village about midway on the road between Tavistock and Yelverton, well placed to take advantage of Dartmoor, with direct access to paths and tracks.
Fenn House is set back just out of the village overlooking the wooded banks of the picturesque Walkham Valley, as it tumbles off the higher moorland to the east before it joins the River Tavy about a mile to the south west. Overlooking its own land of about 9 acres, this contemporary house has spacious accommodation on three floors with six bedrooms, four bathrooms, terraces around the house, stabling and paddocks, a tennis court, detached triple garage with studio above and the most spectacular views from the garden.
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Cockington Village, Torquay, Devon TQ2 6XA. Guide Price Of £995,000.
An iconic and historic period house, with stunning gardens, in the centre of Cockington Village, complete with a successful tea gardens business.
Beautiful, thatched period cottage listed as being of architectural or historical interest Grade II with extensive, picturesque and beautifully maintained gardens, with stream and lake within easy distance to Torquay.
Rose Cottage Tea Gardens has been a thriving business for more than 20 years. These are fully equipped, licensed tea gardens, catering for 185 covers and famous for its gorgeous cream teas and beautiful setting overlooking the gardens and stream. Currently the business is open from April to September.