Conveyancing in Paignton
Buying a house in Paignton
Located in the southwest of England, Paignton lies within the county of Devon. The town has a population of around 50,000 and a lovely seaside setting that makes property in the area popular.
If you are looking to buy or sell property in Paignton, you’ll need to instruct a lawyer to carry out the legal work on your behalf.
As your Paignton conveyancer, My Home Move Conveyancing can bring you our award winning customer service, innovative use of technology and expertise of the local area.
Each of our clients is assigned a dedicated conveyancer, who will look after you case from start to finish, providing you with a consistent point of contact and regular updates on the progress. At My Home Move Conveyancing we are proud to offer our conveyancing services in Paignton to customers across the local area, including for those looking for something with close proximity to the seaside in neighbourhoods such as Roundham, Goodrington and Preston, and spots further inland such as St Michaels and Shorton.
The average house price in Torbay is £158,470, while in Paignton over the last year the overall average sale price was £196,034.
There was a fairly even spread of properties sold, although detached properties were most popular and went for an average of £266,756. Semi-detached properties averaged at £187,170, flats at £130,030 and terraces at £165,800.
The local authority responsible for properties is Torbay Council. They can be contacted on 01803 201 201 or at the following address:
The local area
Paignton comes from humble origins as a small fishing village, before the area grew during the 19th century with the construction of a new harbour. The town still relies heavily on tourism, with 240m Paignton Pier dominating the main seafront area. Not only does Paignton offer a pretty seaside setting, but it is also surrounded by swathes of lovely countryside and is close to Dartmoor National Park, in addition to neighbouring Torquay.
The location of Paignton on the southwest English coast means that it is hardly a major transport hub, although the M5 motorway is relatively close by, and can be reached by taking the A380 north. The A38 heads west to Plymouth, while a short drive along the seafront Torbay Road will quickly bring you to Torquay. Trains to Exeter take around 40 minutes, while it’s less than 5 minutes to hop over to Torquay and London can be reached in just under 3 hours.
There is a decent selection of schools in the area for families with children to consider, with primary options including Roselands Primary on Lynmouth Avenue, Hayes School and Oldway Primary. Torbay School on Torquay Road and Tower House School are among the secondary choices, while South Devon College provides further education facilities.
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