EXIII is an exceptional development of new homes by award-winning property developer, Burrington Estates New Homes. Nestled on the banks of the River Exe, Topsham was formerly a seaport and centre for shipbuilding and is now one of the region’s most sought after places to live.
Topsham itself has a mix of distinctive Dutch architecture and a rich and vibrant history. The centre of this bustling town has charming independent businesses, bars and restaurants. Cycle paths and walking routes mean it’s also a great place to explore the outdoors and discover the local wildlife.
There are a number of conveniences nearby including a good primary school, local food stores and pubs. You can take the train straight into Exeter from Topsham railway station. There are also excellent links by road and rail to the rest of the South West and London. The M5 is just a short drive away.
Topsham is a small and friendly community hosting regular events throughout the year. Home to a range of quality eateries, including The Galley and The Salutation Inn, it even produces its own wine at Pebblebed Vineyards. Award winning farm shop, Darts Farm, is one mile away with a variety of local produce. Here you can find high end retailers, like The Orange Tree, on-site butchers, fishmonger, baker as well as a spa and hair salon.
Explore Topsham high street, teeming with boutique shops and independent restaurants, and enjoy sunsets over the estuary. Topsham Museum offers a timeline of the town’s proud maritime history, enjoy the wildlife at the RSPB nature reserve or take a relaxing cruise on the Topsham to Turf ferry, which takes you across the River Exe to a family run pub. You can spend time together as a family exploring the estuary trail on foot or by bike.
The Exe Estuary offers an abundance of activities including sailing, canoeing, windsurfing, fishing and scuba diving. Topsham Swimming Pool, less than a 10 minute walk away from the new homes, is a 25 metre pool in the heart of the community, providing swimming lessons and fitness classes.
The nearby Cathedral city of Exeter provides a fantastic range of things to do for both couples and families. Northernhay Gardens has views over the city and is home to the Exeter Festival of South West Food and Drink, an annual celebration of the regions best produce. Hidden beneath the city are the Underground Passages, which date back to the 14th century and are open all year round. For those looking to enjoy a spot of history and culture, the Royal Albert Memorial Museum has an inspiring collection of exhibits and events.
Princesshay has a great mix of popular names, including Joules, AllSaints and Molton Brown, as well as a dining quarter with a variety of cuisines. Marks and Spencer and John Lewis are situated on the high street, alongside many other high street brands. On Gandy Street and Fore Street you can find boutique stores offering an eclectic mix of local produce.
The Cathedral Green, the location of the annual Christmas market, is an ideal place for picnics or meeting friends. There are a selection of shops and cafés surrounding the Cathedral including Tea on the Green, a popular restaurant in one of the sixteenth century buildings with an outdoor seating area which overlooks the green. Nearby Southernhay, the heart of Exeter’s commercial business area, is one of the most attractive locations in the city with tree lined streets and Georgian town houses.
Topsham EX3 0LX
Status: On sale now
Sales Office Open:
Mon – Sun 10am-5.30pm
Christmas closure hours:
25th December 2018 – 2nd January 2019
Help to Buy is available
Sales for EXIII are being managed by Wilkinson Grant.
Wilkinson Grant & Co
The Old City Library, 1 Castle Street, Exeter EX4 3PT
t: 01392 455926