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Pinhoe Area Guide

Pinhoe has expanded from a former village north east of Exeter, to a popular suburb. It now really encompasses Monkerton and West Clyst and has a wide style of housing from Victorian Terraces, post war houses and larger family homes like these on Pinhoe Road and Park Lane with homes from the 30s to the present day.

New builds from Verto Homes at Pulling Lane, the Home Farm development by Burrington Estates, an exclusive collection of three, four and five bedroom homes situated in the highly desirable location of Church Hill. Saxon Brook at West Clyst with 3, 4 and 5 beds by Redrow in a very desirable area offering a high standard of living in a rural suburb. Including Alexander House, a newly built luxury care home with 67 bedrooms located near the newly built primary school. The Bloor Homes development features high spec 2,3 & 4 bed homes as well as new shops a community centre and play areas.

Then we have the 380 1 to 5 bed homes, many still being built, by Linden Homes at Harrington Park. The 324 home Mayfield Garden site by Taylor Wimpey with options available for first time buyers, downsizers and growing families.

Tithebarn Lane extends beyond Pinhoe into Redhayes and this is home to 1480 homes built and being built by Bovis, Linden, Cavanna, Taylor Wimpey and Persimmon. The west side is Monkerton and the East side is Redhayes.

Rental prices very much depend on location and fit out. Averages are around £985 for two bed flats and houses, £1400 for 3 beds and £1900 for 4 bed detached. (Jan 2024)

Work is now beginning on the local centre, which will comprise a convenience store and café, community facility, healthcare facility and local centre square.

Ideally situated 3 miles from the City Centre, minutes from the Airport and with easy access to the M5 Motorway and served by Pinhoe Railway Station with it's routes to the City Centre one way and London the other. If you want to hire a car, you'll find Enterprise Car Hire.

Pinhoe is also home to and ideally situated for access to many industrial areas. Pinhoe Trading Estate with many smaller local business including Opie's mortgage brokers and Dog Grooming by Mandy. The trading estate at Exhibition Way, Sowton Industrial Estate and Exeter Business Park with many, many businesses, Exeter Science Park and the Business Park at the Airport. If you need to get rid of any household waste there is always Pinbrook Recycling Centre.

Pinhoe is keeping up with the influx of new houses. The Town Centre has the Surgery, the small library, two garages, Il Grano, an Italian restaurant and a Pharmacy. There is a local Spar, a butcher, two Chinese restaurants, a hairdresser, a barber shop, a veterinary centre, and of course the Heart of Oak pub. Then there is a Sainsburys, a new Aldi, a new Lidl and a new Co-op at West Clyst.

Pinhoe has 3 primary schools, Westclyst, Monkerton and Pinhoe C of E, a secondary school, St Lukes C of E, part of the Tedd Wragg Trust and Exeter College Technology Centre, catering for Aerospace, engineering and Automotive students.

For the more energetic, Exeter Arena has outdoor track and field and is home to Exeter Saracens Rugby Club.

And lets not forget the original heart of the village, The Church on the hill with it's distant views of Exmouth and the Estuary beyond. On this spot are buried the English dead from when 4000 Vikings pillaged and burned Pinhoe in the year 1001.

Pinhoe Area Guide

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