Bovey Tracey house hunters could be living in a new home by Christmas as Devonshire Homes announce that a collection of its three and four bedroom homes in the thriving town are ready for occupation.
Longston Cross, the local independent house builder’s second Bovey Tracey site, is located close to the picturesque countryside of Dartmoor National Park and has already seen 13 sales since the opening of its show home.
Potential homeowners are now invited to look inside the three bedroom Hartland and Dartmouth house styles available on plots 3 and 18 and the four bedroom Sanderson on plot 6. If you fall in love with any of these stylish new homes, you could move in before the busy festive season begins and as an extra Christmas present, Devonshire Homes is offering a furniture package when you reserve any one of these homes at Longston Cross.
This incentive will give Devonshire homeowners access to over 3,000 items of furniture from the UK’s largest interior services provider, David Phillips. Homeowners will even have the opportunity to commission bespoke products too. From full furniture packages to stylish, individual pieces, customers have complete flexibility over how they spend their furniture voucher. For those reserving either the Hartland or the Dartmouth house styles, a £7,000 furniture package will be included and the new owners of the Sanderson on plot 6 will receive £8,000 worth of furniture.
The Hartland and Dartmouth are both charming three bedroom homes which enjoy plenty of natural light and space to suit a couple or new family. Stepping through the front door of the Hartland, house seekers can follow the hallway through to the gleaming kitchen on the right. Adorned with integrated, high-specification appliances, potential homeowners will enjoy whipping up festive favourites for their family and friends to enjoy. In the Dartmouth, the kitchen and dining area is at the rear of the home with a separate living room to the right of the ground floor. The Hartland has a separate open plan living / dining area at the rear of the house. French doors which open out onto the rear garden let in plenty of natural light during the winter and can be thrown open in the summer, allowing fresh air to flow through both homes. The ground floor also includes a handy downstairs cloakroom and store cupboard. Upstairs, three bedrooms and a family bathroom can be discovered. The master bedroom is a particular gem in each home with a luxury en-suite shower room and fitted wardrobes included within the price.
For house hunters looking for a four bedroom home, the Sanderson house style on plot 6 could fit the bill perfectly. An impressive executive home, the Sanderson features a generously sized open plan kitchen and a full-length living room with French doors onto the rear garden. A handy utility room on the ground floor provides space for large white goods and a single garage with allocated parking can be found outside. Four good-sized bedrooms are located upstairs plus a luxury en-suite shower room in the master bedroom and a family bathroom.
Jane Pearce, Joint Acting Managing Director at Devonshire Homes, commented: “These three beautiful homes at our Bovey Tracey site are the first house styles ready for occupation at Longston Cross. This year has been challenging for all of us so give yourself something to look forward to. You could be in a new home by Christmas if you reserve the Hartland on plot 3, the Dartmouth on plot 18 or the Sanderson on plot 6.”
Jane continued: “There’s never been a better time to purchase a new home. Not only will you benefit from the Stamp Duty holiday, you can also use the Help to Buy Equity Loan and Devonshire Move scheme plus receive thousands of pounds worth of furniture. A new house and new furniture, what could be better than that? Homes at Longston Cross are selling fast so I would urge you to make an appointment with our Sales Executives as soon as possible.”
Longston Cross offers a mix of two, three, four and five bedroom properties, including affordable homes, located on the edge of Bovey Tracey off Monks Way. The town of Bovey Tracey is bustling with a close-knit community and plenty of amenities including local shops, restaurants, coffee shops and attractions. The area has schooling for all ages with the closest being Bovey Tracey Primary and Stover School in nearby Newton Abbot.
The Hartland is £289,950, the Dartmouth is £309,950 and the Sanderson is £384,950.
To book an appointment before travelling to the Longston Cross Marketing Suite and show home on Monks Way, Bovey Tracey, TQ13 9AT, please call our Bovey Tracey team on 01626 832 300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org