Nestled on the picturesque River Dart, The Millpool combines stunning houses and apartments.
Introducing The Millpool, where luxury and style combine to create stunning homes in one of the country’s most beautiful locations – so you can live later lifeinstyle.
Scenic South Devon.
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When inside, generously sized rooms, and luxury fittings, fixtures and finishes offer a refined space for living. Just as your lifestyle may change over time, so too can your house, adapting to your needs as you see fit. All of the apartments have either balconies or terrace areas to make the most of their southerly position, and are future-proofed to provide a home adapted to changing needs.
You do not have to go far to sample some Devonshire charm. The Millpool belongs to Stoke Gabriel, a waterside haven with tangles of cottages and a quaint village quay. Whether you are spotting wildlife from a sun dappled river bank, having a lazy lunch in the local, or exploring the surrounding green hills on foot, whiling the day away in Stoke Gabriel is always a pleasure.
Only five miles away is the market town of Totnes, which benefits from a variety of independent cafés and restaurants, and is home to an eclectic mix of shops and handy local amenities. The South Hams is peppered with stunning destinations, from the infamous Dartmouth, to popular Salcombe, the unique River Dart and iconic Burgh Island. The area itself has won more clean water awards than any other district in Britain and is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
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Things to do.
Enjoy the tranquillity of a day’s fishing with miles of the River Dart to set up camp. If you prefer the wind in your hair, the Royal Dart Yacht Club is close by for all your sailing needs, or Dartmouth water sports for the adventurer inside you.
There are a number of prestigious beaches, many with blue flag awards, such as Blackpool Sands and Meadfoot Beach. But do not overlook the sandy swathes of Goodrington Sands, nor the charming sailboats at Hope Cove, a little further south.
The South Hams and the English Riviera regions host eclectic food, literature and music festivals all year round – from Dartmouth’s food and music, to the Agatha Christie festival in Torquay. There truly is something for everyone.
There are a number of impressive courses close by, such as Dartmouth and Bigbury, however the Churston Golf Club is a beautiful clifftop
course with stunning views of Torbay.
Known as the English Seafood Coast for good reason, the South Hams boasts some of the UK’s finest locally-caught seafood. Much of the fresh cuisine being enjoyed comes straight from the world-famous Brixham Fish Market, just six miles east of The Millpool.
The South West Coast Path stretches some 630 miles from Somerset’s Minehead to Dorset’s Poole Harbour. The enchanting stonewalls of Dartmouth castle and tranquil scenes at Slapton Ley nature reserve are just waiting to be explored. Prefer to walk inland? The rugged beauty of Dartmoor is a welcome retreat.
South Devon just teems with wildlife. At sea, you can marvel at the sight of seals, porpoises and dolphins at play, along with a huge variety of sea birds including the famous guillemot colony at Berry Head. While the Mill Pool itself boasts egrets and herons, the famous River Dart as salmon among its residents.
Theatre and Cinema.
You can take your pick of theatres, cinemas and live performances close to The Millpool, from the Princess Theatre in Torquay, the Theatre Royal in Plymouth and Northcott Theatre in Exeter, to the distinctive cinema in Totnes. There is something for everyone to enjoy.
Winter is the perfect time to wrap up warm, put on your wellington boots and head outside for an invigorating walk. Getting out in the great outdoors is not only excellent for your physical health, it is also a tonic for your mental wellbeing. According to Walking for Health, a good walk can improve your mood and sleep quality, while reducing stress, anxiety and fatigue.
South Devon is renowned for its array of scenic hot spots, with its extensive coastline comprising the picturesque English Riviera, the magnetic South Hams and the dramatic Jurassic coast, as well as luscious countryside and wild, open moorland. The 2,590 square miles of scenic coast and countryside play host to a variety of gorgeous villages and towns that highlight why South Devon is a great place to live. To give you a taste of life in South Devon, we have compiled six of our favourite scenic hot spots with recommendations of the top attractions to visit.
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