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Midway between Torquay and Brixham
White Rock is less than 3 miles from the centre of Paignton and a mile from Goodrington. Located between Brixham Road and Waddeton Road, this exciting new development offers a superb range of 1 bedroom apartments, 2 bedroom coach houses and 2, 3 and 4 bedroom houses. Ideally situated for local amenities, including White Rock Primary School, a selection of local shops, bus routes and other facilities, White Rock has something for everyone.
At the heart of the English Riviera’s 22 mile coastline and well known for its sandy beaches, Victorian pier, first class attractions and pretty harbour, Paignton also offers a diverse range of independent shops and high street stores. With its wonderfully warm microclimate, the town’s parks and gardens offer the perfect place to relax and enjoy the palms and subtropical plants. During the summer, Paignton hosts many festivals and fairs, while all year round there are lots of attractions to keep the whole family entertained. These include a cinema, theatre, zoo, many fine cafés, bars, pubs and restaurants, plus all the seaside attractions of a popular resort. Nearby, Goodrington provides the nearest beach to White Rock and with its Blue Flag status, colourful beach huts, steam railway and nearby waterpark; it’s always a favourite.
There are wonderful places on your doorstep
In contrast to the popular seaside resort of Paignton, the traditional fishing harbour of Brixham is just 4 miles from White Rock and offers a vibrant alternative for shopping and leisure. With its thriving fish market, superb seafood restaurants, lively pubs, picture book harbour and colourful boats, it’s one of the many wonderful places to have on your doorstep.
The largest and most famous seaside resort in Devon, Torquay, is just 5 miles from White Rock. With its iconic palm trees, busy harbour and international marina, the town exudes charm and sophistication and is likened by some to a Mediterranean resort. Torquay is a great place to shop and enjoys a range of world-class restaurants, waterside eateries, pubs, bars, cafés and nightclubs. There are top shows at the Princess Theatre and a huge choice of festivals and events throughout the year. The promenade is ideal for a leisurely stroll, while a gentle climb up the steps of the Royal Terrace Gardens is rewarded with amazing sea views across the bay, especially at night.
Cream teas and family days out
When you want a change, it is refreshing to be able to escape into some of the best countryside in the county. Picturesque villages, Devonshire cream teas and country pubs are abundant. There is a vast range of attractions including vineyards, farms and dairies, nature and wildlife reserves. The area also offers steam railways, historic country houses and gardens, castles and heritage sites. You’ll be spoilt for choice for idyllic family days out. When you want to get away from it all and enjoy the unspoilt beauty of the largest and wildest area of open country in southern England, you can walk, ramble, cycle, canoe or horse ride and Dartmoor National Park is just 12 miles from White Rock.
A home here, provides the perfect location for schools, community, shops, beaches, town and country, and also enjoys excellent transport links. You’ll find easy access to the A385 for Totnes (6 miles), and to join the A38 (12 miles), for journeys west to Plymouth (30 miles) and Cornwall, or east to the M5 and Exeter. The nearby A350 provides a more direct route to the M5 (21 miles) and Exeter (25 miles), via Newton Abbot (9 miles). Local bus services are good and the nearest train station is Paignton, offering regular services to many destinations and a fastest journey time of 2 hours 50 minutes* to London Paddington. The nearest airport is Exeter International (29 miles), while there are ferry services from Plymouth to France and Spain.
*Source: National Rail Enquiries.