Devington Park Exminster

Devington Park Exminster

119 apartments and town houses created within a Grade II* listed landmark building and set in 11 acres of private gated grounds. Built in 1845 as the County Paupers Lunatic Asylum, the complex served as a hospital until the mid-1980s. The buildings remained vacant, were badly neglected and fell into disrepair.

Compulsory repairs were ordered and English Heritage spent more than £260,000 waterproofing the complex. The Phoenix Trust also proposed that the complex should be saved for the nation, HRH The Prince of Wales visited the development in 2004 in his capacity as Patron of the Trust.

9 Great Chesterford Court, London Road, Essex CB10 1PF E

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