Lying on the eastern edge of Exeter, Whipton Barton is a convenient, affordable and well-connected residential area with a good range of semi-detached housing and flats or maisonettes.

It’s a practical place to live – within easy reach of the city centre, the M5 and is especially convenient for people working at the Met Office which relocated there in 2003.

A thriving community, Whipton Barton has numerous leisure areas including Hamlin Lane Plying fields and the Mulberry Park Play area, boasting facilities for sports such as basketball, football and BMXing, and an enclosed playground for children.

Whipton Barton includes a number of schools including Whipton Barton Infant and Nursery School, St Nicholas Catholic Primary School and St Luke’s Church of England School making it perfect for new parents who are thinking ahead. It also boasts Honeylands Drive, a quality development of just under forty homes for those aged 55 and above.

The area has a number of doctors, dentists and convenience stores and has a range of small, independent businesses giving Whipton its distinctive character. Practical, cost effective and well positioned, whether you’re a family with children or thinking of retiring, Whipton might be the destination for you.