New homes in Pinhoe
Set inland from the coast of and seaside towns like , Pinhoe lies on the outskirts of . New homes in Pinhoe offer up a truly picturesque spot in , while they’re a 40-minute drive from and close to the M5 motorway which heads north towards .
From family trips to the beach and dog walks through Stoke Woods, to long days exploring Mincinglake Valley Park and visits to Poltimore House, the kids will love tearing around Heavitree Pleasure Ground. Enjoy a slower pace at Clyston Mill and much more; once you pick from our developments near Pinhoe below.
Living in Pinhoe
Among the most popular places to live in the Exeter area, is a quiet, quaint village that’s typical of Devon and its charms. It’s also a great place to buy a new home when you do so through our Part Exchange programme. With this, you won’t need to worry about being in a chain, or have to pay expensive estate agent fees if you have a home to sell as part of your move.
Things to see and do in Pinhoe
village centre is a pleasant place to spend some time, with a selection of shops and cafes as well as a choice of pubs to relax in. There are a number of green spaces, including Library Fields and Station Road Playing Fields, while it’s only around 10 miles to get to the coast and popular beaches such as Sandy Bay.
To the north of you can look forward to exploring swathes of open countryside, while Valley Park and Stoke Woods are perfect for relaxing walks and bike rides. If you have children, they’re going to love an action-packed day out at Crealy Theme Park, where you’ll find more than 60 rides and attractions.
Church of England Primary is the village’s only school for younger children, and rated as good by Ofsted. Community Primary is a mile away and outstanding, according to the education board. St James School is the local secondary and ranked as good, while there are additional options in and around Exeter’s city centre.
Transport links in Pinhoe
is only a few miles from the centre of Exeter, making the village popular among workers in the city. Especially as it has its own train station, with services to Exeter Central taking less than five minutes. is also conveniently located for the M5 motorway if you have a car, while Exeter Airport is only three miles away if you have your sights set further afield.
The Pinhoe property market
As one of the most sought-after Exeter suburbs, there’s a strong property market in . It’s not the largest place however, so you’ll need to move quickly when you find the right property. If you’re searching for a new build home in this area, don’t miss our fantastic Fairfax Heath development just north of in Tiverton. You may even be able to take advantage of an offer such as the Government’s Help to Buy South West scheme when you buy your new home here.