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Property details

  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 reception rooms

Features

  • £3,000 Deposit Boost*
  • Help to Buy available
  • Roca contemporary style white bathroom suite with chrome fittings
  • Porcelanosa ceramic tiling to standard tiled areas
  • Separate utility area and ample storage
  • Master bedroom features modern en suite facilities
  • 2 parking spaces
  • High specification, energy efficient homes saving up to 40% on your energy bills
  • Dedicated team to guide you through the house buying process
  • Two year customer care warranty and an insurance backed 10 year warranty

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Description

£3K deposit boost* 5 star customer satisfaction * 5 star builder * perfect home for young couples and first time buyers * Spacious home with two parking spaces, offering all the practical elements needed for modern living including storage, utility and 2 double bedrooms with the master bedroom benefiting from a modern en suite shower room. Help to buy available, visit our Sales Team for information.

Rooms
Ground Floor
  • Lounge (4.46 x 3.17 m)
  • Kitchen / Dining (2.96 x 3.17 m)
  • Utility Area (1.65 x 1.00 m)
First Floor
  • Bedroom One (3.01 x 2.72 m)
  • Bedroom Two (2.50 x 4.25 m)
    Incl bulkhead store
Specification
When you buy a Bloor home we want it to be your home, that’s why we offer industry leading additional fixtures and fittings as standard with the opportunity to upgrade numerous items - from kitchen appliances and floor finishes to bathroom fittings, fitted wardrobes and more. Our Sales Advisors are on hand to help you create your own style in your new home and we arrange for all your additional items to be fitted before your moving in day, so you can sit back and relax.

About Bloor Homes @ Pinhoe
Just 4 miles from the centre of Exeter, in a popular and historic village, this collection new houses in Pinhoe is part of a major community improvement project, which includes new shops, business premises, a community centre, skatepark and play areas. And because it’s by Bloor Homes, you can be sure that each home features the high specification, attention to detail and traditional skilled craftsmanship that a Bloor Homes is known for.

Pinhoe boasts a popular primary/junior school, a variety of shops including a post office and pharmacy, a welcoming local pub, a library and several busy village clubs and societies - it’s a real community with a sense of history and a strong identity. Pinhoe train station is on the main line from Exeter St Davids to London Waterloo. The M5 motorway (J29) is less than a mile away.

All in all, Bloor Homes @ Pinhoe is a wonderful place to live, offering a choice of beautifully designed Bloor homes for singles, couples and families of all ages.

Not long ago, the village of Pinhoe stood alone in the countryside. Gradually, Exeter has expanded until it has almost been engulfed - but not quite. The village is fiercely proud of its own identity, and remains a distinct community, rather than a suburb.

The 15th century church of St Michael and All Angels sits on a rise, proclaiming the history and traditions of the village, and is a focal point for residents. Pinhoe’s wide streets and fine old buildings are at its heart, and the community is active, busy and involved.

A little about us Founded over 45 years ago, Bloor Homes is today one of the largest privately owned UK housebuilders.

Building in excess of 3,000 superior homes each year, ranging from 1 bedroom apartments to 7 bedroom luxury detached properties. It’s not just the quality of our homes that sets us apart.

We believe in providing genuine, traditional quality and value for money and our aim is to build homes that will give you and your family years of pleasure.

We work hard to conserve the natural balance of each location, including the conservation of local wildlife and the preservation of natural features.

Whichever home you choose at Bloor Homes @ Pinhoe, you can be sure that the latest building techniques, materials and specifications will be included as standard - from the very latest heating systems and excellent wall and loft insulation, to double glazed windows that mean a new Bloor home generates up to 60% less CO2 than older style homes, and is up to six times more energy efficient*.

Leisure
The Cathedral City of Exeter is close at hand for fantastic shopping, historical and cultural attractions, and brilliant evenings out. Cinemas and places of entertainment, restaurants and bars to suit all tastes … the list goes on.

The Devon countryside around these new homes in Pinhoe is among the best-loved in England for walks, cycling and exploring, and with a host of picturesque villages and country pubs. The sheltered, sandy South Devon beaches are around ten miles away, while the equally stunning North Devon coast, for surfing and clifftop walks, is about 1.5 hours away.

Our favourite spots:

• Local villages worth a visit include Broadhembury, an idyllic village which is an oasis of calm and beauty lying at the edge of the Blackdown Hills.

• Dawlish is an attractive holiday resort on the south Devon coast, between the picturesque estuaries of the River Exe and the River Teign, while Zeal Monachorum is the very epitome of the perfect, tranquil Devonian village.

• The dramatic hills and tors of Dartmoor are a short drive away, with remote villages, wonderful pubs and tea rooms, and some serious hiking terrain.

Education
The Cathedral City of Exeter is close at hand for fantastic shopping, historical and cultural attractions, and brilliant evenings out. Cinemas and places of entertainment, restaurants and bars to suit all tastes … the list goes on.

The Devon countryside around these new homes in Pinhoe is among the best-loved in England for walks, cycling and exploring, and with a host of picturesque villages and country pubs. The sheltered, sandy South Devon beaches are around ten miles away, while the equally stunning North Devon coast, for surfing and clifftop walks, is about 1.5 hours away.

Our favourite spots:

• Local villages worth a visit include Broadhembury, an idyllic village which is an oasis of calm and beauty lying at the edge of the Blackdown Hills.

• Dawlish is an attractive holiday resort on the south Devon coast, between the picturesque estuaries of the River Exe and the River Teign, while Zeal Monachorum is the very epitome of the perfect, tranquil Devonian village.

• The dramatic hills and tors of Dartmoor are a short drive away, with remote villages, wonderful pubs and tea rooms, and some serious hiking terrain.

Shopping
The local shops serve your everyday needs, with a post office, pharmacy, hairdresser and convenience store. A Sainsbury’s supermarket and garage are a mile away, and the shopping in Exeter is a magnet for the whole county, with an unrivalled selection of big name stores in delightful pedestrianised streets and shopping centres.

Transport
Transport links for commuters and getting around the area are excellent. Pinhoe station is 10 minutes’ walk from Bloor Homes @ Pinhoe, with regular services to Exeter St Davids (10 mins), Plymouth, (1 hour), Bristol (75 mins) and London Waterloo (2.5 hours). By road, The M5 (J29) is a mile away, and Exeter Airport (2 miles) offers domestic and international flights.

Health
The Cathedral City of Exeter is close at hand for fantastic shopping, historical and cultural attractions, and brilliant evenings out. Cinemas and places of entertainment, restaurants and bars to suit all tastes … the list goes on.

The Devon countryside around these new homes in Pinhoe is among the best-loved in England for walks, cycling and exploring, and with a host of picturesque villages and country pubs. The sheltered, sandy South Devon beaches are around ten miles away, while the equally stunning North Devon coast, for surfing and clifftop walks, is about 1.5 hours away.

Our favourite spots:

• Local villages worth a visit include Broadhembury, an idyllic village which is an oasis of calm and beauty lying at the edge of the Blackdown Hills.

• Dawlish is an attractive holiday resort on the south Devon coast, between the picturesque estuaries of the River Exe and the River Teign, while Zeal Monachorum is the very epitome of the perfect, tranquil Devonian village.

• The dramatic hills and tors of Dartmoor are a short drive away, with remote villages, wonderful pubs and tea rooms, and some serious hiking terrain.

Rooms

Ground Floor
  • Lounge (4.46 x 3.17 m)
  • Kitchen / Dining (2.96 x 3.17 m)
  • Utility Area (1.65 x 1.00 m)
First Floor
  • Bedroom One (3.01 x 2.72 m)
  • Bedroom Two (2.50 x 4.25 m)
    Incl bulkhead store
Specification

When you buy a Bloor home we want it to be your home, that’s why we offer industry leading additional fixtures and fittings as standard with the opportunity to upgrade numerous items - from kitchen appliances and floor finishes to bathroom fittings, fitted wardrobes and more. Our Sales Advisors are on hand to help you create your own style in your new home and we arrange for all your additional items to be fitted before your moving in day, so you can sit back and relax.

About Bloor Homes @ Pinhoe

Just 4 miles from the centre of Exeter, in a popular and historic village, this collection new houses in Pinhoe is part of a major community improvement project, which includes new shops, business premises, a community centre, skatepark and play areas. And because it’s by Bloor Homes, you can be sure that each home features the high specification, attention to detail and traditional skilled craftsmanship that a Bloor Homes is known for.

Pinhoe boasts a popular primary/junior school, a variety of shops including a post office and pharmacy, a welcoming local pub, a library and several busy village clubs and societies - it’s a real community with a sense of history and a strong identity. Pinhoe train station is on the main line from Exeter St Davids to London Waterloo. The M5 motorway (J29) is less than a mile away.

All in all, Bloor Homes @ Pinhoe is a wonderful place to live, offering a choice of beautifully designed Bloor homes for singles, couples and families of all ages.

Not long ago, the village of Pinhoe stood alone in the countryside. Gradually, Exeter has expanded until it has almost been engulfed - but not quite. The village is fiercely proud of its own identity, and remains a distinct community, rather than a suburb.

The 15th century church of St Michael and All Angels sits on a rise, proclaiming the history and traditions of the village, and is a focal point for residents. Pinhoe’s wide streets and fine old buildings are at its heart, and the community is active, busy and involved.

A little about us Founded over 45 years ago, Bloor Homes is today one of the largest privately owned UK housebuilders.

Building in excess of 3,000 superior homes each year, ranging from 1 bedroom apartments to 7 bedroom luxury detached properties. It’s not just the quality of our homes that sets us apart.

We believe in providing genuine, traditional quality and value for money and our aim is to build homes that will give you and your family years of pleasure.

We work hard to conserve the natural balance of each location, including the conservation of local wildlife and the preservation of natural features.

Whichever home you choose at Bloor Homes @ Pinhoe, you can be sure that the latest building techniques, materials and specifications will be included as standard - from the very latest heating systems and excellent wall and loft insulation, to double glazed windows that mean a new Bloor home generates up to 60% less CO2 than older style homes, and is up to six times more energy efficient*.

Leisure

The Cathedral City of Exeter is close at hand for fantastic shopping, historical and cultural attractions, and brilliant evenings out. Cinemas and places of entertainment, restaurants and bars to suit all tastes … the list goes on.

The Devon countryside around these new homes in Pinhoe is among the best-loved in England for walks, cycling and exploring, and with a host of picturesque villages and country pubs. The sheltered, sandy South Devon beaches are around ten miles away, while the equally stunning North Devon coast, for surfing and clifftop walks, is about 1.5 hours away.

Our favourite spots:

• Local villages worth a visit include Broadhembury, an idyllic village which is an oasis of calm and beauty lying at the edge of the Blackdown Hills.

• Dawlish is an attractive holiday resort on the south Devon coast, between the picturesque estuaries of the River Exe and the River Teign, while Zeal Monachorum is the very epitome of the perfect, tranquil Devonian village.

• The dramatic hills and tors of Dartmoor are a short drive away, with remote villages, wonderful pubs and tea rooms, and some serious hiking terrain.

Education

The Cathedral City of Exeter is close at hand for fantastic shopping, historical and cultural attractions, and brilliant evenings out. Cinemas and places of entertainment, restaurants and bars to suit all tastes … the list goes on.

The Devon countryside around these new homes in Pinhoe is among the best-loved in England for walks, cycling and exploring, and with a host of picturesque villages and country pubs. The sheltered, sandy South Devon beaches are around ten miles away, while the equally stunning North Devon coast, for surfing and clifftop walks, is about 1.5 hours away.

Our favourite spots:

• Local villages worth a visit include Broadhembury, an idyllic village which is an oasis of calm and beauty lying at the edge of the Blackdown Hills.

• Dawlish is an attractive holiday resort on the south Devon coast, between the picturesque estuaries of the River Exe and the River Teign, while Zeal Monachorum is the very epitome of the perfect, tranquil Devonian village.

• The dramatic hills and tors of Dartmoor are a short drive away, with remote villages, wonderful pubs and tea rooms, and some serious hiking terrain.

Shopping

The local shops serve your everyday needs, with a post office, pharmacy, hairdresser and convenience store. A Sainsbury’s supermarket and garage are a mile away, and the shopping in Exeter is a magnet for the whole county, with an unrivalled selection of big name stores in delightful pedestrianised streets and shopping centres.

Transport

Transport links for commuters and getting around the area are excellent. Pinhoe station is 10 minutes’ walk from Bloor Homes @ Pinhoe, with regular services to Exeter St Davids (10 mins), Plymouth, (1 hour), Bristol (75 mins) and London Waterloo (2.5 hours). By road, The M5 (J29) is a mile away, and Exeter Airport (2 miles) offers domestic and international flights.

Health

The Cathedral City of Exeter is close at hand for fantastic shopping, historical and cultural attractions, and brilliant evenings out. Cinemas and places of entertainment, restaurants and bars to suit all tastes … the list goes on.

The Devon countryside around these new homes in Pinhoe is among the best-loved in England for walks, cycling and exploring, and with a host of picturesque villages and country pubs. The sheltered, sandy South Devon beaches are around ten miles away, while the equally stunning North Devon coast, for surfing and clifftop walks, is about 1.5 hours away.

Our favourite spots:

• Local villages worth a visit include Broadhembury, an idyllic village which is an oasis of calm and beauty lying at the edge of the Blackdown Hills.

• Dawlish is an attractive holiday resort on the south Devon coast, between the picturesque estuaries of the River Exe and the River Teign, while Zeal Monachorum is the very epitome of the perfect, tranquil Devonian village.

• The dramatic hills and tors of Dartmoor are a short drive away, with remote villages, wonderful pubs and tea rooms, and some serious hiking terrain.

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Local Amenities

  • Pinhoe 0.6 miles
  • Cranbrook (Devon) 1.8 miles
  • Pinhoe Church of England Primary School 0.6 miles
  • Ellen Tinkham School (SEN) 1 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Pinhoe 0.6 miles
  • Cranbrook (Devon) 1.8 miles
  • Pinhoe Church of England Primary School 0.6 miles
  • Ellen Tinkham School (SEN) 1 miles

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Average estimated value for a house in EX1:

  • £249,496
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  • -£234
  • (-0.094%)
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    £255,087
  • Properties sold

    99

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