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Welcome to Drew Pearce

Property Experts Since 1748

Drew Pearce is a long established firm of Chartered Surveyors and Estate Agents based in Exeter, providing specialist and personal advice on all property matters to help our clients achieve their desired results.

Whether you have a property to sell or let, require building surveying services, a professional valuation or property management services, our experienced team are here to help.

Our full range of services are outlined above, but please do contact us for a chat about any aspect of property advice.



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Originally built as a bungalow in the 1920s, it has been re-modelled and extended over the years to provide a charming home of great character.

The property is set well back from the quiet lane and sits in attractive mature gardens from which there are some fine views towards the moor. Most of the accommodation is still arranged on the ground floor with the exception of the first floor en-suite bedroom. There are two pleasant reception rooms, each with access on to the gardens, in addition to the light and airy conservatory kitchen/breakfast room extension which enjoys a lovely outlook over the rear gardens. Outside, there is a private driveway, a good-sized detached garage, and a summerhouse which the current owner uses as a picture-framing workshop.

Throwleigh is a pleasant rural community with a parish church, nearby pub, and a village hall. School buses serve the village for both primary and senior schooling. The ancient stannary town of Chagford is just 3 miles away, Okehampton 6 miles, and the A30 dual-carriageway 3½ miles (linking to Exeter approximately 20 miles to the east).
Guide Price £450,000


This attractive house dates from the pre-war period and has been significantly extended by the present owner to provide versatile and spacious living accommodation which includes the clear potential for separate self-contained accommodation on the ground floor.

The accommodation provides light and airy rooms which enjoy a pleasant outlook out over the mature and attractively landscaped gardens, and the views extend to the lovely countryside beyond. The gardens offer a host of established plants, trees, and shrubs and they afford a very considerable degree of privacy. There are excellent parking and garaging facilities. There is an oil fired central heating system and double glazing.

Little Easton is tucked away at the end of a private road on the rural outskirts of Chagford. It is close to the A382 which provides excellent access to the A30 dual carriageway to the north and to the A38 to the south.

Chagford itself is about 1.5 miles away and offers a wide variety of day to day and specialist shops, cafés, restaurants and four pubs. There is a primary school, pre-school and Montessori, a parish church, Roman Catholic church and a chapel.
Guide Price £695,000


A rare opportunity to acquire a village centre cottage of considerable historical and archaeological interest. The Grade II Listed property is very conveniently located in this popular village on the outskirts of Exeter, with excellent access into the city itself and also to the beautiful surrounding countryside. This includes the Haldon Forest Park which offers a wide range of walking and cycling facilities for those who love the great outdoors.

The cottage will be of special appeal to those with a genuine affinity for period buildings, and it represents a wonderful opportunity for a buyer to modernise and possibly re-model the accommodation to their own specification. It offers a host of lovely features which include a very large open fireplace in the sitting room and a wealth of exposed beams and timbers. Upstairs, there are currently three bedrooms and a bathroom, with one of the bedrooms providing access to the other two. Outside, there is a courtyard garden, ideal for sitting out in the summer.

Ide provides excellent local amenities which include a highly rated primary school, a community shop, three pubs and a church.

Guide Price £210,000

My work as a solicitor means that I often require the valuation of a property for tax purposes. Lloyd has prepared numerous valuations for my clients over the years, and I have always found him to work quickly, reliably and thoroughly. Lloyd's background working formerly for District Valuer Services provides him with a keen insight into the approach taken by HM Revenue & Customs, which can prove invaluable in the... RM - Exeter

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