Battisford Farm Homes, Devon

Residential Park (find out more here)

What Features Does Battisford Farm Homes Have?

Semi-rural location
Community atmosphere
Close to public transport
5 minute drive to Plympton


Battisford Farm Park in Devon is close to some of the county’s famous greenery and natural walks, and this community offers a close-knit feel.  It is based near a variety of local villages and services and serves to offer a semi-rural feel.  A small community, it may be an ideal choice for local retirees and semi-retired couples keen to find a secluded corner of Devon to settle into.

Battisford Farm Park residents benefit from a quiet location as well as access to a variety of leisure facilities and sites of interest in the local area.  The region is well-known for both its scenic walks as well as its historic importance.  Residents will also find that they can easily explore the local region on foot, by car, and via public transport.  The park is run through the Sovereign Park Homes Group, who are responsible for leading communities across the country.

Why Choose Battisford Farm Park?

Battisford Farm Park may appeal to couples and solo retirees who may already enjoy visiting Devon on holiday.  It is a permanent foothold with a residential licence, which means new movers will have access to the county’s various countryside, coastal and historic sights on a permanent basis.

The park is semi-rural, which means that it balances greenery and quiet standards of living alongside modern conveniences and connections.  Therefore, the park’s owners aim to offer the best of both worlds.  The park is an exclusive community, built and positioning away from public access, which may therefore make it appealing to those who are close to retirement.

The park benefits from scenic and picturesque views from inside the community itself.  However, residents are encouraged to head out and take a closer look at the local walks and routes for themselves.

About Battisford Farm Park’s Location

Battisford Farm Park is close to the A38, or Devon Expy, which runs towards Plymouth and which is just North of South Devon, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty towards the coast.  Plymouth is a bustling city which is likely to present residents with many shopping opportunities in the local region.  There are local buses outside the park, which means that residents will likely find it easy to explore the local region without having to get behind the wheel.

Close by are the historic town of Plympton, famous for its castle, as well as a variety of local shops, amenities and services.  Residents will be able to head here to find their local Post Office, as well as library facilities.  There are also attractions in the local area as diverse as the National Marine Aquarium, the Mayflower Steps, Plymouth City Museum and Dartmoor Zoo.

There is also the Tamar Valley just to the North, with the expansive Dartmoor National Park close by.  This vast expanse of green land is well-protected and may be one of the first ports of call for days out in the local area.  Residents, however, are also free to explore towns and cities nearby.


Battisford Farm Homes