Looking for a new home but wanting to keep costs to a minimum? 

From former banks to period cottages, there are plenty of options on the market at the moment. 

We’ve rounded up some of the cheapest property listings in Newton Abbot, all costing less than £150,000.  

East Street - £100,000

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The apartment is on the ground floor. (Chamberlains)

This ground floor flat in the town centre is described as an “exceptional” opportunity for first time buyers or investors. 

The accommodation is made up of a lounge and diner, a fully equipped kitchen, a double bedroom and a bathroom. 

There are newly fitted carpets throughout, and outside there is a communal courtyard. 

Raleigh Road - £110,000

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The property is close to the town centre. (Connells)

This first floor flat is close to the town centre and is described as “very well presented” throughout.

Inside, there is an entrance hall, a living and dining room, a kitchen, a bedroom with loft access and a bathroom. 

Outside there are communal gardens and parking can be found on the road.

Pinewood Road - £125,000

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The apartment is close to transport links. (Bradleys Estate Agents)

This ground floor apartment is described as “perfect” for first time buyers, investors or downsizers. 

The accommodation comprises an open plan living room and kitchen area, a double bedroom, a storage cupboard and a bathroom. 

Outside, there is an allocated parking space, with the property being close to major transport links. 

South View - £135,000

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The period cottage has character features throughout. (Sample Mills)

This mid-terraced cottage sits in the centre of Abbotskerswell and retains many original features. 

Inside, there is a lounge with an inglenook fireplace, a kitchen with built-in appliances, two bedrooms and a family bathroom. 

The cottage also has a detached garden and an outbuilding, and is being sold via secure online bidding. 

Union Street - £140,000

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Inside the former bank. (Complete)

This ground floor apartment sits in an “iconic” building that was formerly the Barclays bank in Newton Abbot’s town centre. 

The property includes an open plan living and dining area, with a fully fitted kitchen, as well as a double bedroom and a shower room. 

The flat combines “historical charm” with contemporary design, and would be suitable for use as a holiday let or a first home.