Teignmouth Area Profile

Teignmouth is a picturesque South Devon seaside town of about 15,000 people. With excellent transport links to Exeter and the M5 motorway there is also a mainline railway station and Torbay, Dartmoor and the South Hams are also within easy striking distance.

With its roots in fishing and the tourist industry the town still maintains a busy working port with a long maritime heritage and the thriving ‘back beach’ area of the town still displays this today.

The town boasts an abundance of historic properties, with a number from the Georgian and Victorian periods adding to a charming combination of old and new that creates a delightful town centre with an easy relaxed atmosphere. There is an excellent mix of shops, pubs, restaurants and cafes with open air dining in the various popular pedestrianised areas.

The long and sandy beach, promenade and historic pier are popular with locals and holiday makers alike and nothing quite beats fish and chips in the open air on a sunny summer evening.

Teignmouth has all the usual services you’d expect from a small town with a good selection of shops, a supermarket, doctors, dentists, a local hospital, churches and five schools providing good standards of education for ages up to eighteen.

If you are thinking about relocating to the area give any member of the Dart & Partners team a call and we will happily discuss any questions or queries you may have and you will soon understand why the town is known as “The Gem of South Devon.”

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