Proposed site plan of the Isca Hill Park development in Exeter
Aerial photo of the centre of Exeter City
Quayside in Exeter with suspension bridge in view
Aerial image of Miller's Crossing Bridge over the river Exe

Isca Hill Park, Exeter

1, 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes

Coming Soon

Exeter, EX1 3DY


  • This development is being sold exclusively with our Exeter selling agents, Fulfords
  • 34 new 1, 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes available with Shared Ownership
  • 10 minutes' drive to Exeter City Centre
  • Well connected with great travel links
  • 10 minutes' walk from Pinhoe train station
  • Close to the Devon coast
  • 2 supermarkets in walking distance


An excellent choice of 1, 2, 3 & 4 bedroom Shared Ownership homes coming soon to Monkerton, Exeter. Perfect for first time buyers, working professionals, and growing families.

Living here you’ll benefit from a great range of local amenities, and with Exeter City centre just 10 minutes’ drive you’ll have a great selection of education, retail, employment, sport, and leisure opportunities on your doorstep*.

With great travel links via the M5, A38 and A376, you’ll have access to Bristol, Exmouth and Plymouth. Pinhoe train station is 10 minutes’ walk and offers frequent main line services to Exeter St Davids, Bristol and London Paddington.

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This development is being sold exclusively with our Exeter selling agents, Fulfords


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  • *Travel times are taken from and are approximate only