Exmouth is a popular seaside town situated in East Devon, approximately 11 miles from the cathedral city of Exeter and is famous for its sandy beach, Exe Estuary and Marina. The town has its own bus and railway stations with connections via Exeter to both London Paddington and London Waterloo lines. The M5 motorway and the A38 is approximately seven miles away, as well as Exeter International Airport. The area has a selection of sailing clubs for the water sport enthusiasts, whilst there are two quality golf courses at both Woodbury Park and East Devon. For the equestrian enthusiast there is Bicton Park nearby and riding stables.

The property market in East Devon has been very buoyant, with Exmouth currently seeing an average sale price of £222,633 Budleigh Salterton with an average sale price of £337,894 and the village of Lympstone averaging £378,628. Our part of East Devon has been very popular to both local buyers and clients from other areas of the country such as the home counties.

East Devon is a popular location for a variety of ages and professions. Exmouth is ideal for families, having a very large community college with over 2500 students and a selection of primary schools. There is a sandy beach which is approximately two miles long where a variety of maritime activities can be enjoyed and is the start of the Jurassic coastline. There is a selection of modern apartment blocks in the area which predominantly suit the more mature clientele. The nearby villages again tend to suit the type of buyer that likes the joys of the countryside and the benefits of being away from the busier towns and cities.

Exmouth and east Devon is very well known for it's water sports, with a selection on the River Exe Estuary including both Lympstone and Exmouth. There is some fantastic countryside nearby over Woodbury Common which is very popular for the outdoor adventurer. There are hiking trails, mountain bike groups, equestrian activities, an archery club and many other activities to be enjoyed on the common. However, as a word of WARNING, do not be surprised to see the occasional Royal Marine appearing from nowhere whilst on exercise!

One of our sales negotiators of Your Move Exmouth Office, Steph says “Exmouth is a fabulous place to live, with plenty of activities day and night, plus the beach is right on your doorstep".

In Exmouth, Budleigh Salterton and the surrounding villages there are a variety of properties from one bedroom studio apartments to three bedroom prestigious marina apartments with stunning sea and estuary views. There is also a selection of further properties from small one bedroom houses to salubrious country homes or farms. Within Exmouth town centre and the seafront there are a selection of period properties, some still retaining many of the original features.

As Exmouth's largest single branded estate agent, in our area there is a variety of properties available from one bedroom retirement apartments at £65,000 to the more luxurious three bedroom penthouse apartment on Exmouth Marina for £1,500,000 and from small one bedroom town houses in Exmouth town centre to larger detached family homes.

There are many sought after addresses in our area due to the beautiful countryside that we are blessed to be living in. All the villages are rather nice, whilst within the main populated are of Exmouth, the “Avenues” and Exmouth Marina are very well thought of.

The Exmouth area benefits from a good selection and variety of restaurants to tempt everyones culinary delights. The renowned River Exe Mussels are a particular specialty for the area with many other fresh seafood available on a daily basis caught by local fishermen. A large choice of continental cuisines include Mexican, Thai, Italian, Chinese and Indian to name a few. Both Exmouth and Budleigh have many shops whilst a short journey away at Exeter there is a larger selection of high street shops.

Watersport is a particular highlight for the area with many sailing clubs on the River Exe, in particular kite surfing. There are two championship gold courses at Woodbury Park and East Devon. A local modern Leisure Centre with swimming pool, an international Tennis Centre, Exmouth Town Football Club, Exmouth and Withycombe Rugby Clubs as well as a variety of other leisure activities available. Further leisure activities include an indoor bowling centre on Exmouth seafront, Pavilion entertainment venue and Crealy Adventure Park just up the road.

From Exmouth there is a rail and bus link to Exeter where there are ongoing connections to both London Waterloo and Paddington. Exeter also has an International Airport and is the start of the M5 motorway.

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