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From M5 & From A30

Leave the M5 at junction 30 to join Sidmouth Road. Take the third exit on the roundabout and join the A376, Exmouth Road. Follow the A376 to Exmouth for five miles. Once in Exmouth, slide left onto Gipsy Lane until you reach Exmouth Community College. at the roundabout take the second exit onto Withycombe Village Road. Continue on Withycombe Village Road and take the first exit onto Marpool Hill, continuing on to Claremont Grove. At the end of Clarement Grove, turn left onto Salterton Road. Make your way along Salterton Road until Sarlsdown Road appears on your right. Turn into Sarlsdown Road and you will find Sarlsdown House situated 200 feet ahead, on your left.


If the scent of sea air, golden sands and the echo of waves gently lapping at the shore appeals to you, Exmouth is the place for you. One of Devon's oldest and most picturesque towns, Exmouth is known as a "Town of Flowers". It delights with beautiful blossom adorning streets and lamp posts, majestic Georgian houses, an impressive 19th Century clock tower and a magnificent seafront.

Exmouth has a golden coastline spanning more than two miles and offers the longest seafront in Devon. It's a dream playground for water sport enthusiasts, with sailing, kayaking, water-skiing, kite-surfing, wakeboarding and paddle-boarding all on offer. Cyclists are catered for too with the beautiful Exe Estuary Trail, whilst walkers can enjoy the delights of the South West Coastal Path.

The spectacular sea views from the peak of the terracotta cliffs are unsurpassed and part of the UNESCO Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site. The town centre is home to boutique shops as well as numerous high street retailers. There is also a popular indoor market offering everything from local produce to gifts.

The range of dining options is large, from fish and chip shops with the sea as a backdrop, to cafes and brasseries, countrywide brands and fine dining. For those with a sophisticated palette or seeking a romantic spot, River Exe Cafe is a must. It's an award-winning restaurant which floats offshore on the Exe Estuary.


Sarlsdown House sits proud on a quiet, residential tree-lined street in The Avenues; one of Exmouth's most sought-after neighbourhoods. The house is majestic in appearance and classical in design. Large bay windows, allowing an expanse of light into the property, are a striking feature.

A discreet, private entrance leads to a collection of ten luxurious apartments. There is level flooring throughout the house and lift access, ensuring easy reach to all floors. Each of the apartments has an allocated parking space.

The apartments are designed to facilitate modern living within an environment of exceptional quality and sophistication. The fitted kitchens come with top-of-the-range appliances, and the Mayflower bathrooms offer both opulence and comfort.



All bathrooms are designed by Mayflower bathrooms.

* Hansgrohe Logis Mono basin mixers
* Vado slide rail shower kits
* Basins with stylish vanity units
* Duravit baths and toilets
* Part-tiled bathrooms
* En suites have Vado Saturn over-head showers
   with Vado Zoo single-function hand showers
* Apartments 9 and 10 have Vitra sento mounted


* Ideal combination boilers with feature radiators
* Double-glazed white uPVC windows
* Lift serving all floors
* Audio door-entry system to each apartment


* Quality fitted kitchens and units
* Bosch or alike single ovens
* Bosch of alike multi-touch control hobs
* Bosch or alike built-in fridge / freezers
* Bosch or alike fully integrated dishwashers


* One parking space allocated per apartment

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