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South Hams Moving & Storage

North Road, Lee Mill Ind Estate, Ivybridge, Plymouth, PL21 9GN

Houses stacked up the hillside at Dartmouth, Devon, England.


Dartmouth Removals Company 

South Hams Moving & Storage have been carefully moving customers belongings to, from and within Dartmouth for over 25 years.

We realise that moving home can be an exceedingly stressful time. Our main aim is to give our customers professional removal and storage services, with the emphasis on customer service and attention to detail.

We not only offer removal services nationally or locally, we also provide storage; where we will collect, store and return your items whenever you wish.

Looking to move to Dartmouth? Give us a call, and chat with our friendly sales team, or fill out a quick quote form and we’ll get back to you.

Why Choose South Hams Moving & Storage?

South Hams Removals & Storage understand that each customer has different requirements for their removals.

One of the fundamental elements of our business is flexibility. Our services can be adapted to meet the specific requirements of each and every customer.

Not only, do we offer full or part removals services. We also provide the following:

  • Insurance – It is important to us our customers trust us. For peace of mind, every member of our professionally trained staff is capable of arranging insurance for the move.
  • Packing services – No one likes packing their belongings. That’s why we offer a comprehensive packing and unpacking service to make your move easier.
  • Assembly services – We can dismantle your furniture, and re-assemble it in your new home, meaning you can sit back and relax.

Whether you’re moving locally or nationally, we’ve got you covered.

Moving to Dartmouth

Dartmouth has a fantastic history, linked directly to the British empire and Spanish Armada. Fast forward 400 years and it is now a brilliant and beautiful little town for all ages.

Key Points:

  • Known as the jewel of the South Hams. A vibrant town throughout the ages has led to many independent and boutique shops housing themselves under Tudor roofs.
  • A delightful array of houses are scattered throughout Dartmouth, from merchants’ houses to stone-built cottages. There is something for everyone.
  • Plenty of schools can be found in and around Dartmouth, offering a wide choice of both primary and secondary schools.
  • The nearest station to London is from Totnes (12 miles away), so driving is a necessity in these areas.

Situated on the banks of the River Dart, Dartmouth is the perfect destination all year-round. Escaping the polluted air of the cities in favour of the fresh, crisp air in South Devon is common throughout the year.

The South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is right on the town’s doorstep, so grab your hiking boots and get exploring.

When summer is at its height, many will flock to the beaches to grab one of the rare rays of the sun that finds its way through the thick overcast above.

Dartmouth is host to a fascinating history just waiting to be explored. Head to the nearby castles and forts and be thrust back in time. There is much more to Dartmouth than meets the eye.

Dartmouth Property Prices

Properties in Dartmouth are slightly on the pricey side; however, for the location, it is worth the extra pennies. The average property price in Dartmouth, this year, stands at £468,061.

In the past year, property prices have dropped by 4.58%, roughly £22,000. However, in the past five years, Dartmouth has seen an increase of 16.25%.

In terms of property types, flats in Dartmouth sold for an average of £344,712 and terraced houses for £351,234.

Statistics as per Zoopla, October 2019.

Schools in Dartmouth

Dartmouth Academy is a state school for boys and girls from the age of 3 to 19. The school moved into a beautiful brand new £8.5m building in 2014, which incorporates the latest in learning and communication technologies. Recent Ofsted inspections have rated all facilities as ‘good’.

The best secondary school in the South Hams area is Kingsbridge Community college; rated as outstanding by Ofsted. It boasts excellent facilities with over £14 million being invested over the last decade. There’s a new science block, a sixth form centre, a music centre, a large theatre and the latest technology for ICT and design.

For primary schools, there is an ample selection on offer in the area and surrounding areas, including Dartmouth Academy; Kingswear Community Primary School; St John the Baptist Roman Catholic Primary School and Stoke Fleming Community Primary School.

Living in Dartmouth

Dartmouth is home to a deep and rich history; starting way back in 1086. With almost a millennia of human habitation, Dartmouth has seen many things, all of which can be learnt through the local museums; historic houses; castles and forts that are splattered throughout the town.

To live here is to live a vibrant life. There are plenty of outdoor activities to be had; many corners of South Hams to explore and plenty of national parks nearby.

Throughout the year, Dartmouth celebrates many events and festivals. The Dartmouth Royal Regatta takes place in August; the Food Festival takes place in August; celebrations also occur for Christmas and Bonfire Night as well.

With plenty to do, there won’t be a dull day in your new life living in Dartmouth and the South Hams.