Property Prices by Road in Torquay
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Information about Torquay, City Of Plymouth:
Torquay is a seaside town in Devon. It has a population of 65,245. Torquay is situated 18 miles south of Exeter and is on the north of Tor Bay.
The town was a fashionable seaside resort during the nineteenth-century, during which time it gained the nickname 'the English Riviera'. Torquay is known for being the birthplace of Agatha Christie.
Sites of interest include Torre Abbey, which was founded in 1196 and is Grade I listed. Abbey Park and Meadows is a public park that stretches from Torre Abbey to Torquay's seafront, with facilities including bowling greens, tennis courts and crazy golf. Torquay Museum was founded in 1844 and is housed in a Grade II listed building. Babbacombe Model Village opened in 1963 and is set on a site of 4 acres. There are several theatres in Torquay, including the Princess Theatre and the Babbacombe Theatre. The Princess Theatre has a capacity of 1,500.
Torquay has several primary and secondary schools, including Torquay Boys' Grammar School and Torquay Girls' Grammar School. South Devon College has a campus in Torquay and three in Paignton; the college provides further education courses.
There are facilities in Torquay for sports including rugby, football, athletics and sailing. Torquay United F.C. play their home games at Plainmoor, which has a capacity of 6,500.
Torquay railway station offers services to destinations including Newton Abbot, Exmouth, Paignton and Exeter. Torre railway station is a suburban station in the town. There are bus services in operation in the town.
Below is a list of all the roads in Torquay, together with information on the average sale price for properties in that road (timescales referenced are at the bottom of the page).
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