Mary Tavy, near Dartmoor
3 & 4 Bedrooms
The Burrows is home to 19 beautiful new homes, ranging from 2, 3 and 4 bedrooms and is located in the picturesque moorland village of Mary Tavy. Which nestles on the boundaries of the famous Dartmoor National Park.
As a result, the development offers an assortment of detached, semi-detached and terraced houses. Each home designed in a cottage style, as a result a style that is certainly unique to the local area.
Above all these homes are great for entertaining and bringing up a family. In addition, these homes have allocated parking and gardens, with some including garages.
Historic Mary Tavy
With a vast amount of history, dating back centuries, Mary Tavy used to be home to the world’s largest copper mine. Further to this there is an open area behind the development where locals walk, and it is renowned for seeing rabbits. Locally known as ‘The Burrows’, which is how the development acquired its name.
Ancient Stannary Town on your doorstep
Home to around 600 people, this idyllic, rural moorland village has a range of local amenities. For example, a post office, primary school and village inn. However, the nearby ancient stannary town of Tavistock offers a variety of supermarkets and independent local shops. As well as recreational facilities, a school, college, and efficient bus links.
Limited Homes Now For Sale
Plot 1 | 3 Bedroom | 2 Bathroom | £315,000read more
Plot 2 | 3 Bedroom | 2 Bathroom | Soldread more
Plot 3 | 2 Bedroom | 2 Bathroom | Soldread more
Plot 12 | 4 Bedroom | 2 Bathroom | SOLDread more
Plot 13 | 4 Bedroom | 2 Bathroom | Soldread more
Plot 16 | 4 Bedroom | 3 Bathroom | £335,000read more
Plot 17 | 3 Bedroom | 2 Bathroom | SOLDread more
Plot 18 | 3 Bedroom | 2 Bathroom | Soldread more
Discovering the local area
Nestled in a small valley above the River Tavy, is the tranquil, moorland village of Mary Tavy. Situated on the boundaries of Dartmoor National Park. This beautiful old mining village was once home to one of the largest copper mines in the UK, as well as several lead and tin mines.
Home to around 600 people, this idyllic, rural moorland village has a range of local amenities. For instance, a post office, primary school and village inn. In addition, the village is also home to the charming church of St Mary’s, built in 1893.
Excellent Education & Leisure Facilities
Meanwhile the nearby ancient stannary town of Tavistock offers a variety of national and independent shops. Furthermore a variety of recreational facilities, which make it the perfect fit for families. Tavistock boasts outstanding primary and secondary schools, including the well-known prestigious Mount Kelly College.
However, the unbeatable scenery and outdoor space, ensures that location of Mary Tavy ensures there is plenty to see and do for everyone. From taking advantage of the impressive views on Dartmoor. Either by foot or on horseback, to taking a trip to one of the many National Trust properties nearby. There is a wealth of outdoor pursuits to enjoy.
Market Town & Vibrant Cities
Experience the hustle and bustle of the market town of Tavistock, or visit the nearest city of Plymouth, which is within easy travelling distance. Plymouth has a large shopping centre, main line railway station and international ferry links, travelling far and wide is a breeze. The cities of both Plymouth and Exeter have exceptional universities, with the Cathedral city of Exeter a further 23 miles away
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Postcode for Sat Nav use: PL19 9PB
Starting at Exeter Services Moor Lane, head North. At the roundabout, take the first exit onto Sidmouth Road. At the roundabout take the third exit onto the M5 slip road to Okehampton/Plymouth/Torquay, merge onto the M5 continue for about 3 miles. At junction 31 take the A30 exit to Bodmin/Okehampton continue onto the A30 for about 26.6 miles. Take the A386 slip road to Tavistock/Plymouth/Bideford/Bude A3079 continue for about .2 miles. Turn left onto A386 continue for about 8.2 miles. The Burrows is located on the left of the road as you pass through the village of Mary Tavy.
Starting at Marsh Mills roundabout, heading South onto the A38 Liskeard on Longbridge Road. At the roundabout take the forth exit onto Forder Valley Road B3413, slight right onto Novorossiysk Road B3432 continue for about 1.1 miles. When you reach the roundabout take the first exit onto Plymbridge Road B3432 continue to follow the B3432 for about 1.3 miles. Turn right onto Tavistock Road A386. The next roundabout take the first left onto Tavistock Road A386 and continue for about .3 miles. At the roundabout take the second exit onto the A386 continue for about 3.7 miles. At the roundabout take the first exit onto Tavistock Road A386 continue to follow the A386 for about 3.2 miles, turn right and then turn left continue onto Whitchurch Road continue for about1.8 miles. At the roundabout continue straight onto Dolvin Road A386. At the roundabout take the second exit onto Mount Tavy Road A386 continue to follow for about 3.6 miles. The Burrows is located on the right of the road as you enter the village of Mary Tavy.