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By Property News team. Exmouth has been a go-to seaside destination since the 18th century. Its unspoilt coastline and countryside can be enjoyed all year round, and it offers plenty of local amenities and easy access to Exeter. The port town and seaside resort of Exmouth sits on the south coast of England, at the mouth of the River Exe in a376 exmouth market Devon.
It's just 10 miles south east of Exeter and 50 miles north east of Plymouth. Unsurprisingly, Exmouth's sea air, sandy beaches and picturesque surroundings carry a high price tag. However, this price compares favourably with other averages across Devon. Take a look at our guide on Devon to find out more about the county. The biggest draw to Exmouth is a376 exmouth market location. The town boasts two miles of golden sands and rock pools — the longest seafront in Devon and Cornwall — as well as a wildlife-rich estuary.
Inland, the town is surrounded by national parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Strand area of the town centre has been redesigned and pedestrianised, while a multi-million-pound seafront regeneration scheme is set to provide new leisure and parking facilities.
Plenty of outdoor space and activities make Exmouth ideal for families. In Exmouth town centre there are plenty of flats and terraced houses available, all close to key amenities and the beach. Most are period properties — although there are some modern infills — and there is a wide selection of types and sizes. Properties in this area are ideal for commuters, as the train station is within walking distance of your front door.
Try Salisbury Road and its neighbouring streets for traditional Victorian two-up, two-down terraces close to the station. Alternatively, have a look at Albion Street for three-storey, three-bedroom townhouses and North Street and Bicton Street for some of the oldest and most characterful properties in Exmouth.
On the main shopping streets, such as Exeter RoadParade and The Strandthere are lots of flats above retail premises. Some have up to three bedrooms. Properties tend to become larger and detached or semi-detached to the north and east of the town centre.
A376 exmouth market also the occasional new-build development. A376 exmouth market of the properties on Douglas Avenue boast sea views despite being set back from the seafront. The latter has plenty of post-war and modern estates as well as period properties, along with two good primary schools. The seafront is a good area to invest in property in Exmouth thanks to its desirable houses with sea views.
Whitewashed and a376 exmouth market, with three or more floors and bay windows, some have been converted into flats. Others remain as standalone properties. On the western edge of the town some properties enjoy views of the estuary and marina. For period terraced houses, try Camperdown Terrace. For modern apartments and penthouses, the new luxury quayside developments on Shelly Road a376 exmouth market Pier Head are particularly desirable and fetch premium prices.
Expect high-end prices along the length of the road. Exmouth has its own train station located close to the town centre. Hourly services to Paignton a376 exmouth market minutes and to Barnstaple roughly one hour 45 minutes are provided by Great Western Railway. A376 exmouth market A Exeter Road a376 exmouth market northwards from Exmouth to the M5, which provides access north towards Taunton 50 minutesWeston-super-Mare a376 exmouth market minutesBristol one hour 40 minutesCheltenham two hours and Birmingham three hours.
It also connects up with the M4 for journeys into Wales. The nearest city, Exeter, sits close to the M5. It takes 30 minutes to get a376 exmouth market by road. South west Devon can be reached via the A An hour's drive brings you to Plymouth. Exeter Airport is less than half an hour away by road 11 miles. For more choice, including some direct international flights, Bristol Airport is an hour and a half away 70 miles.
Exmouth's a376 exmouth market sands stretch for several miles and provide the perfect leisure-time retreat, whether for sunbathing and paddling or evening strolls. Exmouth Beach and the secluded Sandy Bay are ideal places for rock-pooling. Exmouth is well-known for its water sports.
On the seafront, kayaking, kite surfing, windsurfing, jet skiing a376 exmouth market paddleboarding are just some of the available activities. From the berth marina and the Exe Estuary, yachtsmen and women can also enjoy year-round sailing. Back on dry land, walkers have miles of cliff-top paths stretching both east and west.
Carparks are available along the length of the path for those wanting a376 exmouth market explore new areas of the coastline. Manor Gardens, to the south, offers a pleasant spot in which to relax. It also acts as a venue a376 exmouth market occasional public entertainment, such as the annual Exmouth Festival.
Independent traders selling everything from food to jewellery line Exeter Road and Albion Hill. Yet more local goods are available at the Exmouth Indoor Market, which has 50 stalls selling Devonshire produce and handmade gifts. Traditional fishmongers and art shops populate The Strand. Exmouth's proximity to the sea means its restaurant scene is packed with seafood specialists.
The a376 exmouth market places to eat in Exmouth include Les Saveurs. It prides itself on classic French cooking and uses local, seasonal ingredients. Menu options include pan-fried a376 exmouth market and cod served with a garlic butter mash. Food is American-styled but uses produce from Devon. River Exe Cafe is an eclectic, a376 exmouth market place to eat. It can only be accessed by water taxi or private boat and serves the freshest a376 exmouth market local produce, including the renowned River Exe mussels.
Are you craving a coastal home in Exmouth? Share your reasons in the comments below Exmouth UK buying guides Living in PrimeLocation Sandy beaches, water sports and an abundance of wildlife make the port town of Exmouth an inviting area to call home. By Property News team May 5,