The Westcountry’s award-winning Cavanna Homes, has opened its latest show home in the West Devon market town of Tavistock with a ribbon-cutting ceremony performed by the town’s Mayor.
Councillor Anne Johnson, was joined by Cavanna Homes’ Head of Sales Paul Furner for the opening of the show home at Broadleigh Park, a development of 148 new open market and affordable homes, just off the New Launceston Road and set alongside public open space with a children’s play park.
The new homes scheme will contribute nearly £850,000 towards local community improvements including funding for a new primary school, new sports facilities and an improved bus service.
Cllr Johnson said: “We are very pleased to see this development is offering a good range of houses in a great location on the edge of town and that the community contributions will go towards public transport as well as other essential improvements to benefit local people.”
Broadleigh Park is just a mile from Tavistock’s vibrant town centre with its range of independent and high street shops as well as the local pannier market. Three supermarkets are a short drive away, with a local hospital, two doctors’ surgeries, a post office, leisure facilities, and a primary and secondary school close by.
The ‘Corndon’ style show home is a four-bedroom detached family home, featuring a spacious lounge, an open plan kitchen / dining room, a utility room, a large garden and a garage plus parking.
Karen Heywood, Sales Manager said: “Our new homes have sparked a lot of interest and we’ve already secured seven off-plan reservations before the show home opening, all of which have so far been from local people.
“At this time of year, people are very attracted to the energy efficiency of our new homes which come with the latest heating systems, excellent wall and loft insulation, and double glazing.
“Our excellent range of house styles means we’re confident there’s something for everyone, so anyone looking to move to this brilliant location should come and visit soon.”
Cavanna Homes offer a number of buying schemes which provide practical and financial assistance, including Part-Exchange and Move Assist. The firm has also introduced a sale and leaseback scheme enabling home-seekers to purchase one of Cavanna’s show homes and lease it back to the firm for the duration of use.
Paul Furner said: “We’ve built a strong reputation for ‘building brilliance’ and high-quality new homes, which has recently been recognised at the national Housebuilder Awards where we were very proud to have been named ‘Medium Housebuilder of the Year’.
“We take great pride in the homes that we build, and we can’t wait to show people around our beautifully designed show home and our selection of family homes coming soon in Tavistock.”
Current prices start at £234,000 for a three-bedroom, semi-detached Bracken with parking.