Chard Road, Axminster
Devon, EX13 5HWGet directions
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A fantastic development of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes in Axminster, East Devon offering beautiful green open spaces and views across surrounding countryside. Cloakham Lawns itself is a popular development; from first step on the ladder to retirement haven, it;s a great option for anyone looking to enjoy what this pretty part of Devon has to offer. Axminster is located on the River Axe and is filled with traditional character and charm. Just 6 miles from the South Coast and only 15-20 minutes away from both Lyme Regis and Seaton, Cloakham Lawns is perfectly located to enjoy the quiet countryside, the local market town amenities and all the benefits of living so close to gorgeous beaches. Exeter is within easy reach via the A35 and A30, and there are regular buses to surrounding towns and coastal locations. Axminster has its own train station which sits on the main line to London Waterloo.
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- From M5 junction 29 take the A30 road east to Honiton
- At Honiton take the junction left signed A35, Dorchester onto the slip road, then turn right at the top
- At the roundabout take the 1st exit onto
- King's Road
- Take a left onto the B3261 at Gammons Hill signed Axminster
- At the next roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Chard street, follow this onto Chard Road
- At the Millbrook Cross roundabout take the 1st exit following Chard Road and Cloakham Lawns will be on your left hand side.
- From M5 junction 25 take the A358 road to Chard
- Follow this until the roundabout at Ilminster and take the 4th exit following the A358 signed Donyatt and Broadway
- Straight through Chard following the A358 Tatworth Road until you get to Axminster itself
- Follow this road until you see the signs for Cloakham Lawns on your right hand side.
Cloakham Lawns can be found just off the A358 that leads south to Axmouth and the coastal resort of Seaton and to the A35, the major trunk road serving the area. The A35 links the town to the M5 and Exeter to the west and to Dorset and its county town of Dorchester in the east. Axminster railway station runs services to Exeter and on to London's Waterloo. Exeter International Airport is 24 miles away.
A trip to the shops
Axminster has a wide range of quirky independent shops, local produce stores and services, plus Tesco and Co-operative supermarkets and hosts weekly farmers' markets. Nearby Honiton, 11 miles away, is another popular Devon market town providing further variety with antiques, crafts and food shops. For city-lovers Exeter is just less than 30 miles away with its Princesshay and Guildhall shopping centres both offering excellent ranges of retail outlets. One-off boutiques and specialist shops can be found in the Castle and West Quarters.
Taking time out
There's something for everyone in Axminster and the south Devon area. The town boasts the Axe Valley Leisure Centre, The Flamingo Swimming Pool and The Guildhall which hosts theatre, opera, classes and events, while the Axminster Museum details centuries of local history. Home of the famous River Cottage Café amongst other great local eateries, there is always somewhere to stop for a drink and a bite. The Jurassic Coast - an official World Heritage Site stretching 95 miles - includes Lyme Regis, just six miles away, where you can enjoy boat trips, fishing, fossil-hunting, a marine aquarium and Dinosaurland Fossil Museum. It's a great place to swim and paddleboard too. The beautiful beaches and coves of Seaton Bay are about eight miles away with Seaton Tramway running trips through nature reserves along the River Axe estuary.
Axminster has several schools for primary age children; Axminster Community Primary, St Mary's Primary and All Saints Church of England Community Primary. For senior pupils aged 11 to 18, Axe Valley Community College serves the town and wider communities with its own Sixth Form Centre. At Honiton, the independent Manor House School is a preparatory school for children aged from 5 to 11 years. Photography by Hazel Neal of Axminster Parish Church and local countryside courtesy of Axminster Tourist Information Centre.Read More ...