This exciting new development is ideally situated on the outskirts of Bovey Tracey, in rural surroundings and within easy reach of the town centre. Also known as The Gateway to Dartmoor, Bovey Tracey is only a stone's throw from the famous Hound Tor and well located for visiting or commuting to both Exeter and Plymouth, as well as the English Riviera.
A picturesque market town with a fascinating history, Bovey Tracey has a strong community and a variety of locally owned businesses including boutique shops, cafés and delicatessens. The Farmers Market, held on alternate Saturdays, dates back to a Fair and Market Charter granted by Henry III in 1260. Other amenities within the town include a primary school, public library, health centre and cottage hospital.
Williams Gate is located just off the B3344 with direct links to the A38, offering easy access to Exeter and Plymouth. The development is well situated for local bus transport with regular bus routes to both Exeter and Newton Abbot. The train station at Newton Abbot offers links to Exeter, Plymouth and London Waterloo, whilst Exeter's St David's station offers a direct service to London Paddington. Exeter International Airport is conveniently only 18 miles away.
A trip to the shops
Bovey Tracey has a selection of local amenities including banks, green grocers, farm shop, florist and ironmongers. The larger market town of Newton Abbot is 8 miles away and hosts a greater variety of shops as well as two 24 hours supermarkets. Exeter is also convenient at only 15 miles away, where there is a large selection of high street and large chain stores and a wide variety of eateries and entertainment including cinemas, theatres and leisure facilities.
Taking time out
This small town holds some entertainment of its own including recreation fields with thriving Cricket and Football teams, heated outdoor public swimming pool and Tennis Club. The well recommended House of Marbles with its magnificent marble run and live glass blowing demonstrations plus the National Trusts Parke house with its beautiful woodland walks and cycling routes are within walking distance of the town centre. For the adventurous this area of Devon offers a variety of activities including horse riding, abseiling and rock climbing, and a broad choice of water sports on the coast. Nearby days out include the stunning Castle Drogo, the exhilarating Go Ape and beautiful Canonteign Falls, all within a 15-30 minute drive. Gorgeous coastline and sandy beaches can be found on the English Riviera, approximately 15 miles from the town.
The town has a private day nursery for children aged 3 months to 5 years and Bovey Tracey Primary School for children aged 4-11. There are also three other primary schools within close proximity of the town. Teign Academy, Newton Abbot College and Coombeshead Academy are all secondary schools with sixth forms and are less than 10 miles from Williams Gate.
We give you so much more
When it comes to buying a quality new home, it pays to find out exactly what's included in the price - because that's the Bovis Homes difference. Unlike many other housebuilders, we provide you with a wide range of features at no extra cost, making our new homes excellent value for money. Enjoy the benefits of a stunning, fully-fitted kitchen from one of the UK's leading suppliers that comes complete with energy-saving integrated appliances and is professionally designed and planned to give you great use of space. A number of bedrooms include built-in wardrobe(s) providing useful storage space, while bathrooms and en suites come in crisp white adding a touch of elegance. Whichever Bovis Home you choose, you really can be sure you're getting more for your money. And it doesn't stop there. Just before you move in, you'll be invited to attend a home demonstration to explain all the features of your new home and once you've settled in we'll continue to provide you with a comprehensive and dedicated customer service giving you added reassurance and peace of mind.
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