Exmouth House Removals
Exmouth is a thriving town situated on the south east coast of Devon, where the River Exe meets the sea. It boasts two miles of sandy coastline, attracting holidaymakers and locals year round. Kayaking and windsurfing are very popular in Exmouth, as well as cycling along one of the many picturesque cycle paths. Many keen bird watchers visit the idyllic Exe estuary.
Exmouth offers a diverse selection of shops, restaurants and activities. It is a great hub to explore Devon and the West Country.
Moving to Exmouth
Exmouth is particularly appealing to families and young professionals; particularly those who need to commute to Exeter. For this reason, terraced and detached properties are most sought after. On average, terraced properties sell for £219,209, and detached for £329,195.
In general, the average price of a property in Exmouth is £240,400. This is more expensive than nearby Starcross, but cheaper than Lympstone and Budleigh Salterton.
The Britannia Lanes of Devon office is ideally located just 25 minutes from Exmouth in Exeter. We can help with all aspects of moving house, as well as providing a variety of storage requirements to suit your needs.
Attractions in Exmouth
There is so much to do and see in Exmouth. The best things are outdoors, so Exmouth is an excellent place to move if wanting to indulge in a more active lifestyle. Exmouth is the gateway to the Unesco Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site. The 250 million year old cliffs expose a wealth of geological wonder and can be enjoyed via cliff-top walks or boat trips along the shoreline.
Exmouth is also part of the 630 mile South West Coast Path, spanning from North Somerset to mid Dorset. The beautiful Exe Estuary Trail is also a great spot for avid cyclists and walkers.
As well as a plethora of water sports, Exmouth has a number of annual festivals. The most popular is an arts and music festival, Exmouth festival. Others include the autumn illuminated carnival, the kite festival and the Christmas Day swim!
Transport Links Exmouth
Exmouth is only 10 miles from the motorway, simply exit the M5 at junction 30 and turn south on the A376. Driving to Exeter takes approximately 25 minutes, but traffic can inevitably make this journey much longer.
For those commuting to Exeter, train is a fantastic option. Trains run from Exmouth to Exeter twice an hour, with journey times taking little over half an hour. Trains to London Paddington take approximately 3 hours from Exmouth, with one change in Exeter.
The National Express coach system has coaches to Exeter. From Exeter there are frequent local bus services to Exmouth.