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Drew Pearce is a long established firm of Chartered Surveyors and Estate Agents based in Exeter, providing specialist and personal advice on all property matters to help our clients achieve their desired results.

Whether you have a property to sell or let, require building surveying services, a professional valuation or property management services, our experienced team are here to help.

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Featured Properties


The house offers wonderfully light and airy accommodation with timber framed double-glazing and which is luxuriously appointed throughout. It is a home that has been thoughtfully planned and has been constructed using local materials and incorporates a ground source heat pump to provide underfloor central heating and hot water, and a rainwater harvester which collects water from the roof for use in the toilet cisterns. There are photovoltaic solar panels on the roof.

The versatile accommodation includes a host of lovely features which include a beautiful custom made stained glass window in the hallway, an impressive oak staircase and galleried landing, large covered balconies off the two principal bedrooms, a fabulous fitted kitchen with a host of appliances, and a stunning master bedroom suite with dressing room and dream bathroom complete with walk-in granite shower, waterfall taps and an air bath chromotherapy bath. There is also a virtually self-contained wing at the western end of the house which provides a cloakroom, bedroom and shower room, ideal for guests or staff. This has enormous potential as an annex, studio, office, or gymnasium.

The gardens have been attractively landscaped and include large, sunny terraces and deep, well stocked borders.

Branscombe is situated on the famous 'Jurassic Coast', a world heritage site which stretches from East Devon to Dorset and which is renowned for its geology, spectacular scenery and charming fishing villages. Branscombe itself offers good local amenities which include a church, post office/village shop, a primary school and two well regarded inns. There is also a museum (which provides cream teas) and the oldest working forge in the country.

A wider range of amenities are available in the lovely regency town of Sidmouth, while the Cathedral City of Exeter (M5 motorway, mainline railway stations and international airport) is approximately 23 miles to the west. Edge House is within the catchment area for Colyton Grammar School.
Guide Price £1,250,000

Shillingford St George

An excellent 4 bedroom barn conversion on the edge of the village of Shillingford St George. A surprisingly large house, it includes oil fired central heating and double glazing. A delightful semi rural location with easy access to Exeter.

The accommodation offers a large entrance hall/study area, sitting room, dining room, a large kitchen/ breakfast room, utility room, wc and store room on the ground floor. Upstairs there are 4 bedrooms (3 doubles and a single), a family bathroom and a further separate wc.

There is a small garden area to the front of the property, while to the rear is a good sized paved patio ideal for outside dining. There is also an extensive parking area with space for several cars, and well as to the large single garage with ample space for a car and further storage.


Guide Price £360,000


The property is situated in the primarily residential area of St Leonards and is less than a mile from Exeter City Centre. Nearby is Exeter's picturesque quayside, excellent local amenities in Magdalen Road "village", and the principal private schools and hospitals.

The property is understood to be an Edwardian building which was converted into flats in the immediate post-war period. A further extension was added, probably in the 1960's. The current layout is on three floors with the ground floor comprising three flats, the first floor 2 flats, and the second floor 1 flat.

To the front (north side) of the building there is a generous parking area, while to the west side there is an attractively landscaped garden with a variety of mature trees and shrubs some of which are subject to Tree Preservation Orders.
Guide Price £850,000