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Introducing DUCHY COURT, a fantastic new development of NINE, three bedroom Terrace and Detached homes in a cul-de-sac location in the sought after coastal town of Exmouth. There are SIX terraced and THREE brand new Detached homes all built to a superb specification
These fantastic new homes enjoy an excellent specification which includes the following
kitchen units with soft close cupboards and drawers
Laminate worktop with matching upstand
BOSCH built under single oven
BOSCH built in induction hob
BOSCH Canopy Hood
A rated integrated Dishwasher
LED white downlights
1.8m to 1.2m close boarded fencing and gate (where applicable)
Quality seeded turf to front and rear gardens (where applicable)
Grey UPVC double glazed windows
Front external light and Garden light
10 year Premier Home Warranty
1 year Homes customer support
Painted walls, ceilings and timberwork throughout
Architrave and skirting throughout
Dual USB double socket to kitchen & lounge and bedroom 1
TV point to Lounge and Bedroom 1 -2 -3 and telephone point to Lounge
Carbon Monoxide, Smoke and Heat Alarms
Alia white sanitaryware
Choice of colour coordinated wall tiles Bathrooms only
hinged bath screen to main bathroom & shower screen in ensuites
Shaver socket to main bathroom
LED white downlights
5360mm x 4237mm
17' 7" x 13' 10"
3376mm x 2623mm
11' 0" x 8' 7"
4151mm (into wardrobe) x 3375mm
13' 7" x 11' 0"
4049mm x 2563mm
13' 3" x 8' 5"
2244mm x 2687mm
7' 4" x 8' 9"
Exmouth is the western gateway to the Jurassic Coast. It lies on the east bank of the mouth of the River Exe, about 12 miles south east of Exeter. The town has been a popular seaside resort since the 18th century and is thought to be the oldest holiday resort in Devon. The beach has two miles of golden sand and a wealth of rock pools to explore, making it a paradise for children and families. It is also a popular destination for a variety of watersports including kite surfing, kayaking and windsurfing.
The nearby Exe Estuary is one of the most beautiful in Britain, and is a haven for birdlife. A large part of the estuary lies within a nature reserve and is noted in particular for migrating and wading birds including sandpipers and the rare avocet.
As you can see from the local area photography this truly is a beautiful area to live.
A train line connects Exmouth directly to Exeter which is a 20 minute journey along the stunning Exe Estuary.