Torquay's seafront and marina are bustling whatever the time of year, with tourists and locals enjoying the beaches, bars and restaurants and visiting the nearby Living Coasts aquarium.
This ever-popular town has a good selection of homes, from retirement bungalows to large family homes, apartments to new builds - many with stunning sea views.
You may be in sunny South Devon here, but you can be in London by train in three hours. Bristol is two hours by train and Exeter 45 minutes. It's also an easy drive by road via the A380 and A38 to the M5. Exeter International Airport is only 30 miles away.
There's a wide choice of quality primary and secondary schools in the town, including Torquay Boys' and Girls' Grammar Schools, which are both Ofsted-rated 'outstanding'.
The haart Torquay office is open Monday to Saturday. Come and see us at 130 Union Street.