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Show home now open at Devonshire Homes' new Bovey Tracey site, Longston Cross

16 September 2020

Local independent house builder Devonshire Homes has opened the doors to its much-anticipated show home at its second Bovey Tracey site, Longston Cross.

House hunters looking for a new home close to the picturesque countryside of Dartmoor National Park are invited to make an appointment to view the impressive new show home. This will give visitors to the popular site a chance to visualise what the high-quality homes at Longston Cross will ultimately look like.

Located in the thriving town of Bovey Tracey, also the home of Devonshire Homes’ sell-out site The Tors, the four bedroom Modbury show home is now open for private viewings.

Filling the spacious hallway with the autumnal sunshine when opening the front door, house seekers can make their way through to the living room on the right. Featuring a large bay window and an abundance of space, this room has a light and airy feel to it which the whole family can relax in. On the left-hand side of the hallway is a peaceful study, a perfect space to focus in, and a cloakroom which provides plenty of storage for shoes and coats.

The open plan kitchen / dining area is truly impressive and will inevitably become the heart of the home. Finished to a high specification with stylish fixtures and fittings, house hunters can just imagine cooking up a summer feast in here and will particularly like the abundance of worktop space which includes a trendy breakfast bar. The dining area promotes social living and looks out onto the rear garden. Adding the finishing touch to the ground floor is the handy utility room, keeping large white goods out of the way to provide even more space in the kitchen.

Upstairs, potential homeowners can wander in and out of the four tranquil bedrooms and the family bathroom. The luxury master suite is a true gem, boasting a spacious en suite shower room and full width fitted wardrobes.

Jane Pearce, Joint Acting Managing Director at Devonshire Homes, commented:

“We’re delighted to announce that the doors to our show home at Longston Cross are now open. Visits are by appointment only so house hunters must book a time with our Sales Executives before arriving at Longston Cross. You can then enjoy a private tour of our beautiful Morris show home and find out more about schemes such as the Help to Buy Equity Loan and Devonshire Move.”

Jane continued: “Longston Cross is under construction, so the new show home gives house hunters the perfect opportunity to really see what one of our homes looks and feels like, and helps brings to life the house floor plans. I’d encourage all aspiring homeowners to come and visit Longston Cross to see an example of the high specification homes we build and talk to our Sales Executives who will be pleased to give you more information on the other house styles available.”

Longston Cross offers a mix of two, three, four and five bedroom properties, including affordable homes, located on the edge of Bovey Tracey on Challabrook Lane. 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.

Prices at Longston Cross start from £224,950 for a two bedroom house.

To book an appointment before travelling to the Longston Cross Marketing Suite and show home on Monks Way, Bovey Tracey, TQ13 9AT, please call 01626 572257 or email