Exwick is a residential area on the west side of the river Exe comprising Exwick and Redhills, stretching out to Exwick Wood, Withycombe Way Nature Reserve, Redhills and Okehampton Road. Its proximity to Exeter St David’s train station and to Exeter University make it an attractive and affordable option for those wishing to be within walking distance of either of these.
Aside from housing, there are a number of convenience stores and pubs and a health centre dotted around, there are also two well respected primary schools and a number of green spaces on the outskirts. There is a good bus service to and from the City Centre and Exeter St Davids train station is nearby.
For those looking to buy character property in this area, Exwick Hill is a pretty area with some lovely thatched cottages and larger family homes. The area around Kinnerton Way / Farm Hill consists mainly of ex-council properties and those built in the 1990’s. There is a mixture of purpose built flats and houses which offer good value for money. Areas towards the bottom of the hill are near to St Davids station and are convenient for the University. Redhills is a hilly area to the north west of St Thomas. It was developed after WWII with a mixture of private and council housing. Many of these properties have good views across the river Exe towards the City.
‘Traditional dog-friendly community hostelry serving classic pub food and real ales in a beamed bar’
Thatched House Inn, Exwick Rd, Exeter EX4 2BQ
‘Coffee, tea, light meals, snacks & cake. A warm welcome whatever the hour. Saturdays & Wednesday 11am - 3pm’
St Andrew’s Church, Station Road, Exeter
The main station serving the City of Exeter
Bonhay Rd, Exeter EX4 4NT
Route E, F1, F2www.stagecoachbus.com
‘Exwick hosts up to three full-sized football pitches, onsite parking, changing rooms and public toilets’
Western Road, Exeter, EX4 1EG 01392 262630
‘Flowerpot hosts up to two football pitches and one rugby pitch, a half court basketball, trampoline, and skatepark at The Flowerpot Chill Zone’
Flowerpot Lane, Exeter, EX4 1DH
‘Established in 2008 it has rapidly become one of the most popular tennis clubs in Exeter and the surrounding areas’
The Pavilion, Ennerdale Way, Exwick, Exeter, EX4 2BQ
This western ridge line of the city has splendid rural valleys and offers excellent views of the citywww.exploringexeter.co.uk/whitestone-park/
‘Multi level plaza style street section and also a large bowl as well’
Flowerpot Lane, Exeter, EX4 1DH
Redhills is situated on a hill of red earth to the north west of St Thomas and is named after the hill it is located on. Redhill’s Hospital is thought to be the oldest building in the area and has been converted into apartmentswww.exetermemories.co.uk/em/_organisations/redhills.php
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