At over 2,500 square miles, 200 miles of coastline and hundreds of small villages, property buyers often require specialist help to find and acquire the right property in Devon, in the right location and at the right price.
The Cotswolds principally spans the counties of Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire, while also reaching into parts of Wiltshire, Somerset, Worcestershire and Warwickshire. Broadway is at its northern point and it stretches down to Bath, the magnificent Georgian city and Roman town.
Somerset offers a wide spectrum of landscapes and property. Passing south of Bristol through the Somerset levels, across to the rugged Exmoor coastline via the Brendon Hills and the pretty Quantock Hills, then across to the rolling Blackdown Hills within easy reach of the Jurassic coastline on the south coast. Not many counties offer such diverse landscapes and hidden gems.
House buyers are attracted to West Sussex for the combination of glorious countryside, some stunning architecture, beautiful gardens, exceptionally pretty villages and a number of special towns such as Arundel, Petworth and Midhurst.
With a population of just 10,500, Exmoor covers 268 square miles and has been designated as a national park since 1954. Most of Exmoor lies within Somerset, but 30% of the park lies in Devon. Exmoor is a mecca for outdoor activities, horse riding and country sports.