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Five bedroom show home with extras now ready to move into at The Tors

29 March 2018

Bovey Tracey house hunters are urged to act quickly if they want the chance to live in the beautiful show home at Devonshire Homes’ popular site, The Tors. 

The local independent house builder has announced that its five bedroom Cromwell show home is now available to move into. With stylish show home features such as flooring throughout, contemporary light fittings, curtains and a fully integrated kitchen included in the price and with Help to Buy also available, this home won’t be around for long. 

The Tors, Devonshire Homes’ highly regarded development, is located in the bustling town of Bovey Tracey with Dartmoor National Park on its doorstep. Now in its final phase, only a select few homes remain.  

The impressive show home has welcomed many potential home owners through its doors. The modern freehold townhouse offers flexible living across three floors. The open plan kitchen / dining / living area on the ground floor is truly the heart of the home. With large French doors opening out onto the rear garden, this room is flooded with natural light creating a relaxing atmosphere for the whole family. The fully integrated kitchen includes a beautiful tiled floor and utility room providing valuable additional space. A handy cloakroom and understairs cupboard add the finishing touches to the ground floor. 

On the first floor, house seekers will discover three spacious bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master bedroom features a good-sized en-suite and benefits from fitted wardrobes in a dressing area. Two more bedrooms can be found on the top floor along with a shower room so there will be no fights for the bathroom early in the morning. 

Help to Buy is also available on this home for both first time buyers and existing home owners. The government funded scheme allows house hunters to purchase a new build home with just a 5% deposit. To purchase the Cromwell, potential home owners would need to put down a deposit of £22,500. The government would then contribute a 20% equity loan, £90,000, and the remaining 75% would be secured by a mortgage of £337,500.    

Simon and Susan Wilkes have been living in their new home at The Tors for almost a year. Susan commented: 

“Our home meets all of our needs. It has a quirky layout and style compared to other new homes and the Devonshire stone used on the outside adds a bit of character. It’s like a modern cottage! We’ve grown quite fond of Bovey Tracey as a town. It’s big enough, not too remote and is surrounded by beautiful countryside.”

Jane Pearce, Sales and Marketing Director at Devonshire Homes, commented: 

“We’re delighted to announce that our Cromwell show home is now available to move into. Buying a show home has many benefits. You’ll get added extras such as curtains, flooring throughout, stylish light fittings and a fully integrated kitchen all within the price of the property. We don’t expect the Cromwell to be around for long, so I urge house hunters to visit the Marketing Suite today to find out more about this impressive home.” 

The Tors is located in Bovey Tracey which has a close-knit community and plenty of amenities as well as being conveniently close to the major commuter routes of the A38 and the M5. Prices currently start from £230,000 for a freehold two bedroom house.