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25 Southernhay East
Exeter
Devon
EX1 1QP

Why move to Exeter?

With pretty riverside and parkside residential areas, and the choice of quaint Victorian terraces, beautiful Georgian homes, elegant Edwardian mansion blocks and modern apartments too, it’s no wonder Exeter is a sought-after area. Plus our thriving city has great transport links, including a speedy train to London, excellent shops and plenty to see and do to boot.

Some things to love about living in Exeter

Exmouth's ""River Exe Cafe""; a totally unique venue offering a wonderful dining experience with a difference, a floating barge just off the Ski lane on the River Exe,in the heart of Exmouth's water sports fraternity, waterskiing, kayaking, sailing to name just a few, however it is also situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty, protected by Natural England. The Exe Estuary is home to many rare birds and creatures including Avocets, Osprey and our friendly grey seals.

The fact that we are very privileged to have two National Parks in Devon on Exmoor and Dartmoor. National Parks are areas which were set aside in the 1950s & 60s by the state because of their outstanding value in terms of natural beauty, ecological, archaeological, geological and other features, and recreational value. Great for walking and exploring the famous Tors.

The Dorset and East Devon Coast World Heritage Site, which is England's first natural World Heritage Site - it is known as The Jurassic Coast. It covers 95 miles of truly stunning coastline from East Devon to Dorset, with rocks recording 185 million years of the Earth's history.

The Royal Albert Memorial Museum which was crowned 'Museum of the Year' and awarded the 100,000 Art Fund Prize for its redevelopment project. ""The new Royal Albert Memorial Museum is quite simply a magical place"" and was praised by the judges for its 'ambition and imagination',

Shopping in Exeter, it has something special in all parts of the city! Whether you are looking for large 'High Street names' or small intimate shops with specialist items, Exeter is a great place to shop! A compact city, Exeter has some Individual interesting local shops that you will not find in other cities.

A little bit of history

Sitting on the river Exe, Exeter was once Britain’s most south-westerly fortified Roman settlement. The 12th Century saw the founding of Exeter Cathedral, which was Anglicised as part of the 16th Century reformation.

Need to know

Exeter has been named one of the top ten places to start a business in the UK.

Shopping

The Exeter area is bustling with foodie shops such as Darts Farm shop at Topsham. There is also a market in Exeter every Thursday on South and Fore Streets. You’ll find many popular high street chains and independent shops including Cath Kidston, John Lewis, Debenhams, Inside Out, Jack Wills and many more. Plus there’s the Princess Hay Shopping Centre to explore as well.

EVERY PALETTE, BUDGET AND OCCASION IS CATERED FOR WITH EXETER’S WIDE SELECTION OF RESTAURANTS, CAFÉS, BARS AND PUBS.

Transport

By Train:

Exeter is served by three railway stations, Exeter Central, Exeter St Thomas and Exeter St Davids.

By Bus:

Check times and routes in and around Exeter at www.stagecoachbus.com/

By Air:

Exeter International Airport offers flights all over the UK and the world, without the hustle and bustle and longer queues of larger airports.

By Bike:

There are many cycle routes and pretty leisure rides in and around Exeter.

By Bike:

There are many cycle routes and pretty leisure rides in and around Exeter.

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