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Detached property comprising three flats occupying a most spectacular clifftop position, panoramic views over the sea. Two 3 Bedroom Flats, one 2 Bedroom Flat all having ...

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Goodshelter Cottage

SOLD at Public Auction a most charming detached cottage In ¾ acre and 220 feet frontage to Waterhead Creek on the Kingsbridge/Salcombe Estuary. 

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Orchard Cottage and The Chalet

Immaculately presented detached two bedroom Grade II listed thatched cottage and detached one bedroom chalet with parking and very pleasant gardens in The Square, 150 yar...

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About Kingsbridge

Kingsbridge is a market town and popular tourist hub in the South Hams district of Devon, England, with a population of about 5,800. It is situated at the northern end of the Kingsbridge Estuary, which is a textbook example of a ria and extends to the sea six miles south of the town.

Kingsbridge has been the main market town in the area for centuries. Being situated within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and its proximity to the spectacular south Devon coast and sailing venues, such as Salcombe, Kingsbridge has developed into a popular tourist destination. Its attractions include several restaurants, pubs, a cinema housed in the town hall building, and a museum devoted to the chemist William Cookworthy, born in Kingsbridge in 1705.

There are two supermarkets in Kingsbridge; a Morrisons and a large Tesco Store - which opened on Valentines Day 2011. It also has a large secondary school, Kingsbridge Community College, which has over 1000 pupils and serves the surrounding area.

The town is linked to Plymouth and Dartmouth by the A379 road, and to Salcombe and Totnes by the A381. For seventy years Kingsbridge boasted a railway station until the branch line, via South Brent, was closed in 1963 as part of the reshaping of British railways, commonly known as The Beeching Axe. An industrial park now occupies the site of the former station yard. But evidence of the railway's existence can still be seen in the form of disused bridges dotted around the town.

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