Recently modernised 1950s semi-detached house

Recently modernised 1950s semi-detached house

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 5
1 Bathrooms

About our home

Located close to central Exeter (4 minute train journey or 10 minute drive) and 5 minutes from the M5 we have easy access to all of Devon's finest features. Dartmoor national park is a 30 minute drive away, as are the beaches at Sidmouth and Exmouth.
Our home is situated on a quiet housing estate and has recently undergone a complete revamp. We have a good sized, west facing garden with a flat lawn and an adjoining garage, which we use as a workout area (including treadmill and free weights).
The city of Bristol can be reached in under an hour and London is roughly a 3 hour train journey from the local station.


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More about us

  1. We are a couple with no children.

  2. We are both musicians and music teachers.

  3. We love going to concerts, watching films, eating good food, walking on the beach or the moors and spending time with our families.

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Where is it?


Our home is situated on a housing estate in the suburb of Pinhoe, which is 4 miles from the centre of Exeter. Bus and train links to the centre of Exeter are good (4 minutes on the train) and a taxi costs around £8 for the single journey off-peak. We are very close to supermarkets Sainsburys (0.5 miles), Aldi (0.4 miles), Tesco (3 miles) and Ikea (3 miles). Our home is a 5 minute drive from junction 29/30 on the M5, which links us to the rest of the UK. You can drive (90 minutes) or take the train (60 minutes) to Bristol if you want to explore a larger city. Dartmoor National Park can be reached in 30 minutes and access is easy to all of the beaches on the south coast of Devon and Dorset.

Exeter is a lovely city with lots to see and do. It is situated on the River Exe and has many historical features such as the Roman City Walls, the Gothic Cathedral and the Norman Castle. There are also medieval Underground Passages which lie beneath the city centre. The Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery (RAMM) have a selection of fine art and costumes on display, and there are numerous official sightseeing walks and tours that you can join.

Buzzy restaurants
Comptoir Libanais, Rendez-Vous, Herbies (vegetarian), The Flat (vegetarian), The Cosy Club
Cool bars
Artigiano's, Doctor Ink's Curiosities, Southernhay House
Cozy cafés
The Glorious Art House, Devon Coffee, Boston Tea Party
Retail therapy
Debenhams, John Lewis, M&S, Primark, Princesshay Shopping Centre as well as numerous independent shops.
Bit of culture
Exeter Phoenix, Northcott Theatre, Barnfield Theatre, Picturehouse Cinema, Exeter Corn Exchange.
Walks in the park
Northernhay Gardens, Woodbury Common (20 minute drive), Dartmoor National Park (30 minute drive)
Spot of exercise
Saddles & Paddles, Exeter Electric Bikes, Co Bikes, Pyramids Leisure Centre, Topsham Swimming Pool
Day tripping
Clovelly (90 minute drive), Bantham Beach (60 minute drive), Haytor (30 minute drive), Killerton House (10 minute drive)

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