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Kings Heath and Clyst Heath are modern developments situated on the southern outskirts of the City of Exeter offering easy access to Exeter Business & Science Parks, Exeter City Centre and the M5 (junction 30). Close by there is also a Tesco Extra, a small retail park and Sowton Business Park.

Broadfields is a popular residential area, located slightly closer to the City Centre on the opposite side of Rydon Lane to Kings Heath, between Woodwater Lane and the Honiton Road. It is within close proximity of local primary and secondary schools, shops and supermarkets and has good bus and train links to Exeter’s city centre. This area is also ideally placed for access to the RD&E hospital, Pynes Hill Business Park, the M5 motorway and the Met Office.

Properties in Clyst Heath and Kings Heath were built in approximately 2006/7 and consist of a variety of styles including coach houses, flats, apartments, town houses and detached family homes. There is a mixture of owner occupied and rented properties. Broadfields consists of housing built in the 1970’s/80’s. There are a variety of styles including bungalows, semi-detached and detached properties, mostly consisting of 3 beds and above.  It is a popular area for families due to its close proximity to St Peter’s secondary school.






  • Clyst Heath Play Park

    ‘One of Exeter’s largest, most well-equipped play areas. Including a zip wire’

    Royal Crescent, Exeter, Devon EX2 7QT

    www.playmapp.co.uk/south-west/devon/east-devon/clyst-heath-play-park
  • Dance classes

    Dance classes for adults and children

    Clyst Heath Nursery and Community Primary School, Royal Crescent, Exeter, EX2 7QT
    01392 361415

    www.joannamardonschoolofdance.co.uk
  • Sandy Park

    Exeter Chiefs Rugby Stadium & Conference Centre

    Exeter Rugby Club. Sandy Park Stadium Sandy Park Way Exeter Devon EX2 7NN
    01392 427427

    www.exeterchiefs.co.uk
  • David Lloyd Leisure

    ‘Tennis, coaches, family activities, pools, classes, gym facilities and a cafe-bar’

    Sandy Park Way, Exeter EX2 7NN
    0345 125 7019

    www.davidlloyd.co.uk
  • Clyst Heath Play Park

    Royal Crescent, Exeter, Devon EX2 7QT 


    ‘Including a zip wire, ground level trampoline, five-way swing, rodeo-board, adventure trail, climbing wall, wooden multiplay unit for climbing and sliding and more!’

  • Clyst Heath - History

    Exeter City Asylum was built in 1886, it became Digby Hospital in 1949 and later merged with Exminster and Wonford house to become Exe Vale hospital (NHS). It closed in 1987 and has now converted been into housing for the Clyst Heath area

    www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clyst_Heath
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