Established in 1863, Fulfords is one of the oldest property businesses in the South West and has residential branches and specialist Departments across Devon and Somerset. With over twenty High Street branches and over one hundred local property experts, Fulfords are in a prime position to offer you local expertise and knowledge during your property transaction.
When you chose to use Fulfords as your estate agent you can rest assured that your sale will be dealt with effectively by staff who are highly trained and knowledgeable in the local area, offering regular communication and updates to make sure that you are kept aware of progress at all times.
At Fulfords we aim to make your property journey as straight forward and convenient as possible. We also believe you should be able to sell your home in the way that best suits you, which is why we give you a choice. You can manage your sale your way with our new Online Service or sell through our High Street Branch Service and let our experts do all the work for you.
As well as being experts in day to day property sales, Fulfords have a range of specialist departments that can deal with the more complicated transactions. A dedicated Country & Waterside service specialises with clients at the higher end of the market and our association with the prestigious London firm, John D Wood & Co, means clients receive the best service and profile for their properties.
The Fulfords Land & Planning department offers specialist advice to those with an interest in buying or selling land; whether single building plots or larger development opportunities, this team comprises of land surveyors and planning experts, ensuring the best possible advice.
In addition, Fulfords have a dedicated new homes service and a well respected auction department, Countrywide Property Auctions. This Department is one of the largest and most successful auctioneers of property and land in the West Country servicing private, corporate and public sector clients'. Other services offered by Fulfords include; lettings, mortgages and conveyancing.
Budleigh Salterton is very well known as one of the last of the unspoilt places in Devon with its long pebbled ridge beach, the back drop of red cliffs and the mouth of the River Otter. There are some lovely coastal walks to be enjoyed The town benefits from a good range of local facilities with it's friendly little shops, library, town hall, local Primary school as well as cricket, bowls, croquet and tennis clubs, restaurants and the highly regarded cliff top East Devon golf course. The main supermarkets can be found in Exmouth and Sidmouth. A more extensive range of amenities can be found in the Cathedral City of Exeter (approx. 12 miles) to include superb educational facilities at Exeter University whilst there are good communications with a mainline railway connections to London(Paddington and Waterloo), the Exeter International Airport and Junction 30 of the M5 motorway.
whilst the River Otter provides a haven for an abundance of wildlife to include, otters and kingfishers. This popular quaint seaside town is situated on England's first natural World Heritage Site with the beautiful natural Jurassic Coast which covers 95 miles of truly stunning coastline from East Devon to Dorset. Budleigh Salterton is nestled between the larger coastal towns of Sidmouth and Exmouth and was originally the Hamlet of Salterton on the Rolle estate. The heart of the town developed in the 19th century and essentially consists of an assortment of cottages and Victorian villas, as well as impressive early 20th century residences with a small brook running along the shopping thoroughfare. Today, there is an eclectic mix of properties from grand detached houses to bijou apartments and cottages. The town benefits from a good range of local facilities with it's friendly shops, library, town hall, local primary school as well as cricket, bowls, croquet and tennis clubs, restaurants and the highly regarded cliff top East Devon golf course. The main supermarkets can be found in Exmouth and Sidmouth. A more extensive range of amenities can be found in the Cathedral City of Exeter (approx. 12 miles) to include superb educational facilities at Exeter University whilst there are good communications with a mainline railway connections to London(Paddington and Waterloo), Exeter International Airport and Junction 30 of the M5 motorway. The pretty villages of East Budleigh, Otterton, Colaton Raleigh are all within a few miles of Budleigh Salterton and the coastline.
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