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Close to the beach and the much-loved holiday town of Paignton, Orestone View combines the delights of the stunning South Devon coast and countryside with the convenience of Exeter city centre.
Beautifully designed and created by Linden Homes, the apartments and homes here include contemporary kitchens and bathrooms, spacious, light-filled rooms and superb attention to detail.
With all the advantages of a brand new, energy saving home, created by an award-winning housebuilder, Orestone View is a place you and your family will really love to be – beside the seaside, beside the sea.
A real community
With something for everyone, right on your doorstep.
With 2 bedroom apartments and 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes, carefully arranged to create a real community feel, Orestone View will welcome singles, couples and families across all age groups.
Orestone View is in Goodrington, a part of Paignton with its own distinct identity. It has three beaches, a park and boating lake, local shops and leisure amenities, plus a station on the Paignton and Dartmouth Steam Railway. There are two primary schools around half a mile away, and the everyday shops and facilities of Paignton are less than a mile from your doorstep.
Paignton is a lively resort town, with a renowned food and drink scene, bars, nightclubs, theatres and cinemas. There is a variety of shops in the town, from high street fashion and beauty to smaller boutiques and seaside shops. It is full of great cafes and restaurants serving fresh local produce. Paignton also has a choice of schools ranging from nursery and primary schools to secondary schools and colleges.
The English Riviera
For sunshine, seaside and superb new homes.
A short drive from home, Torquay has a fantastic shopping centre offering a wider range of shops and things to see and do. Throughout the area, there are great days out waiting to be enjoyed time and again.
Families will love Paignton Zoo, the National Marine Aquarium, The Agatha Christie Trail and the many other delights of the English Riviera in nearby Torquay and Brixham.
The fabulous beaches are what made the English Riviera famous, like Meadfoot beach and others along the coastal path, with breathtaking clifftop walks along the way.
The city of Exeter is around 25 miles away, with its wealth of historical, cultural and entertainment attractions. From Exeter, the M5 motorway connects to Bristol and the Midlands, while trains from Exeter Central station run to London Paddington in just over 2.5 hours. Exeter International Airport offers flights to UK and European destinations.