Baltic Wharf by Bloor Homes

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Overview

Our executive development, Baltic Wharf is at a flat walk distance from Totnes town.


‘Good Food Sunday’ in the Civic Square is an event that’s not to be missed. Winner of Devon Life’s ‘Best Farmer’s Market’ Award in 2012, this extremely popular food and drink market brings delicious and unusual treats to Totnes on the third Sunday of every month.




Whatever your tastes, Totnes has a tantalizing choice of restaurants, bars, cafés and tea-shops to tempt you. And with more than 40 independent coffee outlets in the town, including The Tangerine Tree and The Curator Café, you’ll never be far from a freshly brewed cup of your favourite beans. 



The focus here is very much on the use of locally sourced seasonal ingredients and organic produce but you’ll find an international twist too. Enjoy authentic tapas in the evening, for instance, at the Wild Fig on Fore Street or visit La Fourchette on the High Street where Masterchef star, James Featherstone, prepares wonderfully honest and tasty local food with French inspiration. For seafood lovers, the stylish Seahorse Restaurant in Dartmouth has been described by the Independent as ‘The Ivy by the sea’ and is just a short drive or a charming ferry ride away.



Those who love to cook at home will relish the chance to take delivery of one of the famous Riverford Organics fruit and vegetable boxes, but if you want to simply sit on a pretty terrace in the summer and soak up the sights and sounds of the beautiful River Dart, the historic Steam Packet Inn is right on your doorstep.





Location

Location

St. Peters Quay, Totnes, TQ9 5EW

Local Information

Leisure Facilities

The Town Mill, The Guildhall, and Totnes Castle, a classic Norman motte and bailey with commanding views of the Dart Valley are all within walking distance of Baltic Wharf as are countless art galleries and of course, tranquil boat trips on the Dart. 



The town is estimated to have over 200 active clubs and societies and if you’re feeling brave, the Elizabethan Museum is now open to overnight ghost-hunters following a hugely successful Paranormal Investigation. Those looking for total relaxation, however, will find a stunning choice of beaches just 15 minutes away. 



Famed for its cosmopolitan arts and crafts programmes, many well-known writers, musicians and other creatives have made their home in Totnes. While you’re browsing in the weekly antique or Elizabethan markets, you may find yourself rubbing shoulders with members of the Dimbleby family or producer Peter Richardson, the founder of the iconic Comic Strip TV series.



The nearest cinema is The Barn at Dartington and here you’ll find a year-round programme of diverse films, many of which are independent or 'art-house'. 

Younger members of the family are well catered for locally too with Paignton Zoo just 5 miles away and Sorley Tunnel Adventure Farm in nearby Kingsbridge.



Local Shopping

Morrisons

Coronation Road

Totnes

TQ9 5DF



The Co-operative Food

Fore Street

TQ9 5RW



The Shops at Dartington

Shinners Bridge

Dartington

TQ9 6TQ  

01803 847500



Education

As well as St John’s Primary School, a caring and inclusive school who want their young pupils to ‘skip into school and leap into life’, families can choose to send their children to The Grove Primary School.



Situated in the heart of town, The Grove is currently undergoing a major rebuild and refurbishment and the whole school will be moving into new, state-of-the-art buildings early in 2015.



The South Devon Steiner School in Dartington is a co-educational school for 3 to 16 year olds, which believes in ‘educating the whole child through hand, heart and mind.’  And, in the Independent sector, you’ll find Park School - a primary school for boys and girls aged between three and eleven that’s located on the Dartington Hall Estate. This is a Human Scale school with a very child-centred approach and the quality of the curriculum is ‘outstanding’ in the Early Years Foundation Stage according to OFSTED.

King Edward VI Community College, more popularly known as KEVICC, is the local secondary school which shares its name with the former grammar school set up by King Edward VI over 450 years ago.  This has been described by OFSTED as a ‘good’ school and ‘a great place to learn.’




South Devon is also home to the world-famous Schumacher College.



Health

Hospitals



Totnes Hospital

Coronation Rd

Totnes

TQ9 5GH

01803 862622



Torbay Hospital

Newton Road

Torquay

TQ2 7AA

01803 614567



Mount Stuart Hospital (Private) 

Saint Vincent's Road

Torquay

TQ1 4UP

01803 313881





Doctors



Catherine House Surgery

New Walk

Totnes

TQ9 5HA

01803 862073



Leatside Surgery

Babbage Road

Totnes

TQ9 5JA

01803 862671



Dentists



Dart Vale Dental Care

24 Bridgetown

Totnes

TQ9 5AD

 01803 840200



Giddy Dr J M

Dental Clinic

Malt Mill Lane

Totnes

TQ9 5NH  

01803 866166



Manor Lodge Dental Surgery

Coronation Road

Totnes

TQ9 5DF

01803 863137



Pure Dental Care
21 High Street

Totnes

TQ9 5NP

01803 862007



Riverview Dental Clinic

8 Symons Passage 

Totnes

TQ9 5YS  

01803 866822



Opticians



Newsome Opticians

Leatside Surgery

Babbage Rd

Totnes

TQ9 5JA

01803 847722



Rose Opticians

43 Fore St

Totnes 

TQ9 5HN  

01803 866664



Richard Hoyland Optician

1 Rotherfold

Totnes

TQ9 5ST  

01803 868996



Peters Optical Ltd

35 Fore St

Totnes 

TQ9 5HN  

01803 862380



Transport Links

Totnes is on the A384, which connects to the A38 and is also on the main railway line. The train station is just a 10-minute walk from the town centre and regular trains run directly to London and Plymouth.



Totnes is, undoubtedly, the jewel in south Devon’s crown and its fantastic transport links means you’ll always be able to find something to do close by. 



Nearest station:

National Train Station logo Totnes (0.9 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

Properties

Specifications

When you buy a Bloor home we want it to be your home, that’s why we offer industry leading additional fixtures and fittings as standard with the opportunity to upgrade numerous items - from kitchen appliances and floor finishes to bathroom fittings, fitted wardrobes and more. Our Sales Advisors are on hand to help you create your own style in your new home and we arrange for all your additional items to be fitted before your moving in day, so you can sit back and relax.

About Developer

Bloor Homes
Building for the Future

Bloor Homes design and build homes of distinction tailored to the needs of modern life. Those who aspire to our homes readily acknowledge you only need look at a Bloor Home to realise that not all new homes are the same. But the true difference that sets Bloor Homes apart from the crowd is deeper than the varied architectural styles that first catch the eye.

The Bloor Group began building houses over 35 years ago and today is one of the largest privately owned house building groups in the UK. Building in excess of eighteen hundred homes each year, the house building operation is managed through eight regional companies. Our approach to the design of every new location goes far beyond the provision of superior homes for today’s way of living. We make every effort to conserve the natural balance of each location including the conservation of wildlife and the preservation of natural features – a policy which has been praised by several planning departments.

Our architects create interesting, imaginative layouts that compliment the range of properties. Whichever home you choose, you will find all rooms, together with their high specification, provide not only maximum comfort, but greater freedom of movement. Reserve a Bloor Home in the early stages of construction and you will have the freedom of choice too, to chose from our range of finishes for the kitchen, bathrooms and en-suite facilities.

We keep an eye on the future, combining traditional building materials and using modern methods to reduce maintenance. We pride ourselves on the wide choice of styles we offer from apartments to seven bedroom luxury homes.

With every Bloor Home comes the peace of mind that your needs and enquiries will always be answered, from your first visit to the day you move in to your new home.

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