The Burrows is home to 19 beautiful new houses, ranging from two, three and four bedrooms. Located in the picturesque village of Mary Tavy, The Burrows sits on the boundaries of the famous Dartmoor National Park.
The development offers an assortment of detached, semi-detached and terraced houses, each designed in a cottage style, a style that is unique to the local area. Every home has a family bathroom, with some of the larger dwellings also featuring a master ensuite and downstairs cloakroom. With a choice of both open plan kitchen/lounge/diner or separate, all homes are great for entertaining and bringing up a family. All the homes have allocated parking and gardens, with some including garages.
With a vast amount of history, dating back centuries, Mary Tavy used to be home to the world’s largest copper mine. ‘The Burrows’, is an open area behind the development where locals walk and it’s renowned for seeing rabbits, which is locally known as ‘The Burrows’ which is how the development acquired its name. Home to around 600 people, this idyllic, rural village has a range of local amenities including, a post office, primary school and village inn. 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.