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Mill Lane, North Whilborough, TQ12








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Key features

  • Detached Home
  • Three Double Bedrooms
  • Ensuite & Large Bathroom
  • Spacious Living Room With Wood Burner
  • Dining Room
  • Kitchen Breakfast Room
  • Utility Room & Cloakroom WC
  • Desirable Location
  • Garage & Parking
  • No Onward Chain



High Bank is being sold for the very first time since it was built around 1997 and offers an amazing opportunity to own a lovely home in the desirable hamlet of North Whilborough. The property sits on a plot measuring 0.36 acres and has a large driveway, garage, spacious living accommodation and three double bedrooms. The property has a lovely feel to it and is now ready for the next owner to put their own stamp on it.  High Bank is being sold with no onward chain.

Step Inside

A stepped pathway leads down to a large, covered entrance porch which opens into the spacious entrance hall. On the left you’ll find a few steps up to the main hallway area which has the staircase to the first floor, storage cupboard, and built in bench seating. On the right there is a door which takes you in to the sitting room. 

The sitting room is an impressive space with a large inglenook fireplace fitted with a substantial wood burner. The room has a bay window to the front, a window either side of the fireplace and double doors to the rear garden, so it get’s plenty of light pouring in, there are also exposed timber beams, which give the room nice character.  Steps from the living room lead into the dining room, the steps give a semi-open plan feel to it, which works very well. The dining room has a large window looking into the rear garden, exposed beams and a door which opens into the kitchen breakfast room. 

The kitchen breakfast room has a bay window to the front with built in window seating and offers space for a good size breakfast table. There are beams here too, and the kitchen area has a larder and is fitted with pine units, complete with display units, double Belfast style sink with a window above, looking into the garden. The kitchen also has a solid fuel AGA with an electric AGA ‘companion’ providing electric hob and ovens. There is a door from the kitchen that lead back to the entrance hall, and another which leads to the utility room.

The utility room is a good size and has space for the usual appliances as well as additional storage. There is a door to a cloak room and a door at either end of the utility room which lead to the outside.

On the first floor there are three good size double bedrooms, one of which has a shower room ensuite. There is a main bathroom which has bath and separate shower. There is also access to some sizeable storage areas in the eaves.

Step Outside

The rear garden enjoys a South Easterly orientation and consists of a level lawn area with mature boundaries and an apple tree. The garden has a substantial oak frame gazebo to one side, and although pleasant, the rear garden is a blank canvas for the new owner to enjoy.

The garden extends around both sides of the property, the far side leads up to some raised beds, perfect for growing vegetables etc. This then takes you back to the driveway and detached garage.


Nestled in the serene landscapes of South Devon, North Whilborough is a quintessential English country hamlet on the outskirts of Kingskerswell. It’s an idyllic haven, that offers a tranquil retreat from the bustling world while remaining incredibly well-connected with excellent transport links.

Kingskerswell has a good range of amenities including, Co-op convenience store, doctors’ surgery and pharmacy, hairdressers as well as cricket club and an active church. 

North Whilborough is positioned conveniently, just 6 miles away from Newton Abbot railway station, which provides fast, frequent services to the broader network, linking the village with Devon's cities and beyond. Exeter Airport, another key transport hub, is just 20 miles away, providing both domestic and international connections. Access to the motorways, including the M5, is seamless, making travel a breeze. Yet, despite these connections, the village itself is well insulated from any noise or disturbance, offering an atmosphere of peaceful seclusion.

Being in Devon, North Whilborough enjoys close proximity to some of the UK's most stunning natural landscapes. It is strategically situated between the sandy beaches of Torbay and South Hams, and the dramatic Dartmoor National Park. Each of these attractions is within 15 miles from the village, meaning residents can easily take day trips to enjoy sun-kissed beach days or explore the rugged beauty of Dartmoor's moorland and forests.

Meanwhile, the major cities in Devon, including Exeter and Plymouth, are within easy reach. Exeter, the county's capital, with its historic cathedral and Roman walls, is a mere 22 miles away, while Plymouth, with its vibrant waterfront and the historic Barbican district, is only 30 miles away.

In North Whilborough, you'll find the perfect balance of country living and connectivity. It is the ideal spot for those who appreciate the tranquillity of a rural setting without sacrificing convenient access to amenities and attractions.

Useful Information

Tenure: Freehold

Local Authority: Teignbridge District Council

Council Tax: Band: G (£3771.18 for tax year 2023-2024)

Services: Mains Water, Mains Electricity, Mains Drainage

Heating: Solid Fuel AGA, Woodburner, electric panel heaters and night storage heaters

Broadband: 27MBPS Download and 4MBPS Upload according to OFCOM coverage checker

Mobile: Good coverage with all main providers (EE, Vodafone, O2 & Three) according to OFCOM coverage checker

Availability: Property sale subject to grant of probate. Sold with no onward chain.

EPC Rating: D


0.36 acre total


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Band: G
PARKINGDetails of how and where vehicles can be parked, and any associated costs.Read more about parking in our glossary page.
GARDENA property has access to an outdoor space, which could be private or shared.
Private garden
ACCESSIBILITYHow a property has been adapted to meet the needs of vulnerable or disabled individuals.Read more about accessibility in our glossary page.
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Mill Lane, North Whilborough, TQ12


Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Torre Station2.3 miles
  • Newton Abbot Station2.9 miles
  • Torquay Station2.9 miles
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