Your Move Exmouth Local Area Guide

How is the Exmouth property market performing?

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Average property price in Exmouth

Last 5 years
Based on the Land Registry data for properties sold within the postcodes that Your Move Exmouth covers.
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Average rental price in Exmouth

Last 12 months
Based on the advertised rental prices for properties to rent by Your Move Exmouth in the last 12 months from today's date.

Why move to Exmouth?

One of the UK’s well-loved seaside towns, Exmouth is a popular place to live and visit and is officially the largest of the UK’s South Coast holiday resorts.



There is also an excellent bus route with services running every 15 minutes at peak times well into the early hours of the morning between Exeter and Exmouth. With excellent regular train links between the Cathedral City of Exeter and Exmouth, commuters, holidaymakers and residents alike can enjoy the coast and city life all within 25 minutes.

For those coming from or going further afield, London is only a 2-hour drive and there is also an early morning train service to the capital. Exeter has an international airport, an M5 motorway link and 2 mainline railway stations connecting to London Waterloo and Paddington.


Schools and restaurants

The area prides itself on excellent schools, colleges and Exeter University. East Devon is home to some superb restaurants. Ever wondered where you can try the UK’s finest fish and chip supper? Krispies based on Exeter Road in Exmouth, have recently won the prestigious title of ‘Best Fish and Chip shop of the year 2019’. Or, if an evening of fine dining is more your style, why not book a table at Michelin Star Winner, Michael Caines’ Lympstone Manor restaurant?


Sports and leisure

There are some exceptional leisure facilities in the area; Exeter has a selection of popular Sports Centres and Gyms, a dry Ski slope, Exeter Chiefs Rugby Club and Exeter City Football club. The LED Exmouth Leisure Centre has amazing views over the estuary so you can work out whilst enjoying the local scenery. There are also lots of studio classes, modern adults’ and children’s swimming pools, squash and badminton courts. Exmouth also has an International Tennis Centre.



East Devon is a beautiful and diverse place to live with a large number of ex-servicemen and women enjoying their twilight years here as well as ambitious new businesses and students honing their crafts in nearby towns and cities. No matter who you are or what your needs, young professionals searching for the perfect waterfront luxury apartment, a family wanting to take advantage of the excellent schools on your doorstep, city folk looking to escape the hustle and bustle of London or if you are looking to retire and enjoy a few rounds of golf by the sea, East Devon really does have something for everyone.