Reasons To Live In Chudleigh

We are all different. From how we like our eggs in the morning to how we sleep at night everyone has a different preference. This naturally has an impact on our dream homes and what we are looking for when we are house hunting. Choosing your perfect home includes a whole array of options from distance to shops, schools, transport, garden and parking space to name a few.

As leading estate agents in the Chudleigh area here are the top selling points of buying in Devon. This is taking into account many of the things people consider when buying a home.


With fantastic access to the A38 serving both Exeter, Plymouth and the M5 as well as lots of bus routes, many have had to dispel worries about Chudleigh being isolated when actually it is incredibly well connected and increasingly so.Proximity to Shops
Chudleigh offers a wealth of local amenities including shops, a cricket field, a swimming pool, football pitches, allotments, parks, a doctors surgery, a dentist and a library. For larger shops there are supermarkets in Kingsteignton, Newton Abbot and Exeter just a stone throw away.

Proximity to Nature

The popular small town of Chudleigh sits between Exeter and Newton Abbot, close to the edge of Dartmoor National Park and in the popular Teign Valley. Dartmoor National Park is best known for it’s striking granite tors, steep wooded river valleys and heather covered moorland. Offering a wide selection of recreational opportunities such as walking, cycling, riding and fishing on the River Dart. Many of the region’s finest beaches are within easy driving distance.


The well regarded Chudleigh Primary School is located in the town with the popular Teign School a 10 minute drive away in Kingsteignton.