Robin Hill International

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Robin Hill International, Torquay

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Robin Hill was built in 1896 as a colonial style gentlemans residence.Standing in its own terraced grounds with views over Torwood Gardens, it is hard to believe that the town centre, marina, beaches and entertainment are but a few minutes gentle stroll away. Ample private parking is available in the grounds.We welcome this opportunity to show you through our home where, following a recent refurbishment, the superb original craftsmanship has been retained and combined with every modern comfort necessary for life today.

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