paragraphLin Nightingill - Manager
Cullompton is a small market town and a great place to work where I feel part of a friendly community. The town offers a good range of local amenities, Tesco and Aldi supermarkets, regular farmers market and a wide range of local independent shops and traders, including Local Butcher Veysey's with their award winning sausages. With junction 28 of the M5 lying close by to the east, Cullompton is particularly popular with those commuting to Exeter or Taunton, both less than 30 minutes drive. Surrounding us there are some very attractive villages and local walks including some great pubs and of course the Blackdown Hills, recognised as being an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Cullompton is a friendly and interesting town with many historic buildings, including The Walronds in Fore Street, a Grade 1 Listed property which has been lovingly restored and is already a hub for community activity and hosts a wide range of events in both the garden and the house. There is also St Andrews Church which is also Grade 1 Listed and in fact there is always something going on for people of all ages. There are many sporting and recreational clubs including the Padbrook Golf and Country Hotel, rugby, football and cricket clubs.
One of the many reasons why people choose to live in the area is that house prices are more realistic and easier on the pocket. So do come and check us out and why not enjoy lunch or a coffee in the town and get a feel of what we already know. The team here at Wilkie May & Tuckwood look forward to one day meeting you.