Shared Ownership in North Devon

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Local Properties in North Devon

Rugged cliffs, long, sandy surf beaches, quaint cobblestone villages and wild open moorland are just some of the reasons why people want to live and work in this part of the world. The breathtaking scenery of North Devon makes it a dream location to get on the property ladder through Shared Ownership.

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About the County

Life in North Devon is often lived at a slower pace, where the rush and noise of big cities are truly distant.

The beauty of the outdoors takes precedence here: fresh air and stunning coastal views are never far away

From quaint yet vibrant fishing towns like Ilfracombe to vast sandy beaches like Saunton Sands (it runs for three miles), North Devon boasts destinations you’ll want to return to time and again.

Outdoor pursuits include rambling along the awe-inspiring South West Coast Path, surfing in picturesque beach towns like Croyde, and kayaking in Appledore.

But it’s not all about the outdoors. Bigger towns like Barnstable offer work opportunities, as well as shopping and entertainment. And don’t forget, the “bright lights” of Exeter are just a short drive south!

Local Amenities in North Devon

Our affordable and Shared Ownership homes in North Devon are close to a wide range of local amenities.

As one of England’s most idyllic locations, it’s little wonder so many young families, first-time buyers and retirees consider it a perfect place to get on the property ladder with Shared Ownership.


The mostly rural communities of North Devon are well served by choice of excellent schools - both state-funded and private. Prominent institutions include West Buckland School and Lampard Community School.


Road travel is the primary way of getting around in North Devon, either by private car or on the good public bus network. Exeter can be reached by train or road, while the nearest airports are in Exeter (37 miles from Barnstaple), Cardiff (38 miles) and Bristol (62 miles).


For those considering a Shared Ownership home, medical access is of course important. Despite being a rural area, access to NHS hospitals is good, with medical facilities in Ilfracombe, South Molton, Torrington, and Barnstaple. GP surgeries, dentists and opticians are found across North Devon's main towns.