Quintessentially English, this quaint market town in the heart of the Devonshire countryside has all the ingredients for a perfect bunnyhomes neighbourhood.
Our exclusive development of around 30 bunnyhomes at Bluebell Woods will offer 1 and 2-bedroom apartments and 2, 3 and 4-bedroom houses. Georgian-inspired, our Craft Collection homes will blend beautifully into Crediton’s rural landscape. A delightful mix of town and country living.
a bookworm’s paradise
Take a meander and discover bookshops, coffee shops and vintage treasures,
and of course the award-winning farmer’s market
living the good life
Crediton is one of those endearing Devonshire towns with more of a village lifestyle. It's got a distinctly laid back vibe, where everyone takes life in their stride.
At Bluebell Woods you're at the heart of everything. As a location it really does have it all. Secluded in the rural landscape, surrounded by rolling hills and winding rivers, this thriving mid-Devon market town combines town and country living effortlessly.
Take a stroll down the long, vibrant high street to find everything you could need from an eclectic mix of well-established independent retailers from bookshops to florists, coffee shops, organic delis and boutiques. Steeped in tradition, the town has a wealth of history, culture and folklore and a magnificent parish church, that dates back 1100 years.
In a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Crediton sits in an enviable position between Dartmoor and Exmoor National Parks where you’ll discover the most exhilarating landscapes for walking, cycling and riding.
It’s teeming with wildlife here too; and real birdwatcher’s heaven. And if you prefer to watch a different kind of birdie, the scenic, tree-lined, 18-hole parkland course at Downes Crediton Golf Club is only minutes away.
There’s something for all the family to do here, including great schooling options, right on your doorstep. In fact there’s the wonderful Landscore primary school literally across the road. The Queen Elizabeth’s School (QE) is also walking distance and has an excellent reputation — its Sixth Form has been judged by Ofsted as ‘Outstanding’. It’s also the only state school in Devon offering boarding.
Thanks to its unique micro-climate and rich, fertile valleys the land here has been farmed for centuries, producing dairy products to free-range beef and game, fruit and vegetables. The region boasts some of the best farm produce in Europe, much of which can be found at the bi-monthly farmer’s market in the town square and in the independent retailers and organic delis in the high.