House Prices in Exeter

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Updated:
4 Jan 23
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Exeter Introduction

Exeter is a city in Devon, South West England, known for its rich history and abundance of local attractions. Located just a short drive away from the UNESCO World Heritage Jurassic Coastline, Exeter is a hoem to a wide variety of property styles. Its homes range from classic country cottages and luxurious apartments, to historic Devonshire townhouses, modern family homes, and bustling student accommodations. Prices vary dramatically, depending on your property of choice; however, the city still remains relatively affordable with its abundance of town centre apartments, spacious family homes and characterful cottages. The city has a thriving marketplace that offers everything from family-run boutiques to local farmer’s markets selling organic, locally-sourced produce. Exeter is also home to a number of cultural attractions, such as St. David’s Cathedral and the Royal Albert Memorial Museum, as well as many parks, gardens and natural beauty spots, making it a great city to buy property in.

Exeter Quick Facts

Based on 1,889 registered sales in 2022, the median house price in Exeter is £305,000 and the average price is £356,338.

In Exeter during 2022 there have been 1,889 sales, including 651 terraced houses, 422 detached houses, 355 semi detached houses, 358 flats/maisonettes and 103 other properties.

Are House Prices Rising or Falling in Exeter?

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How does Exeter compare to the rest of the country?

We track 1157 towns and cities in England and Wales. In 2022 Exeter was ranked 510 in England and Wales when comparing median property prices.

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Exeter Property Types sold in the last year

These are the proportion of proerties sold in the last year, note this is not the proportion of properties in the area, but the proportion of properties you would reasonably expected to find on the market at this present time.

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Exeter Postcode Sectors

All known postcode sectors in Exeter and their 2022 average prices

Sector Year Sales Average Change Median Change
EX1 3 2022 176 £335,363 8.3% £325,000 10.2%
EX1 2 2022 86 £308,917 -0.4% £302,500 9%
EX2 8 2022 96 £300,018 13% £275,000 15.2%
EX2 7 2022 119 £348,440 4.3% £316,000 3.6%
EX4 2 2022 81 £261,585 2.6% £233,000 2.4%
EX6 8 2022 73 £352,438 2.9% £320,000 6.7%
EX2 4 2022 87 £456,710 17.3% £350,000 -1.1%
EX4 1 2022 96 £276,353 11.7% £265,000 12.8%
EX2 5 2022 82 £290,141 1.6% £296,500 4%
EX2 9 2022 73 £400,134 32.1% £325,000 18%
EX4 6 2022 66 £345,819 4.8% £254,000 -1.2%
EX4 4 2022 66 £340,432 -11.5% £265,000 -3.5%
EX3 0 2022 68 £699,793 35.4% £603,750 35.7%
EX4 8 2022 68 £321,788 10.1% £319,000 17.1%
EX5 4 2022 46 £357,608 2.7% £294,000 1.7%
EX4 7 2022 42 £283,918 6.6% £276,500 5.7%
EX5 7 2022 77 £288,588 14.1% £268,500 8.5%
EX5 2 2022 46 £492,190 14.5% £411,250 8.2%
EX2 6 2022 61 £360,618 11.8% £315,000 3.8%
EX4 5 2022 33 £358,155 11.6% £322,500 7.9%
EX5 1 2022 46 £416,601 -1.4% £400,000 -4.8%
EX4 9 2022 40 £297,186 -10.6% £275,000 13.9%
EX6 7 2022 27 £478,791 -5.4% £450,000 14.5%
EX4 3 2022 25 £212,090 -5.6% £217,000 28.1%
EX1 1 2022 14 £324,679 -7% £260,000 9.5%
EX5 5 2022 29 £484,103 17.6% £466,000 37.1%
EX6 6 2022 11 £451,636 1.4% £390,000 2.6%
EX5 3 2022 18 £355,139 10.3% £261,500 -8.6%
EX4 0 2022 0 £0 0% £0 0%
EX1 4 2022 0 £0 0% £0 0%
EX2 0 2022 4 £342,246 15.7% £342,495 18.1%
EX15 1 2022 123 £274,843 7.6% £260,000 15.6%

2022 Exeter Property Price Distribution

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