Beautifully poised between Dartmoor National Park and Cornwall, Kelly Gardens brings together 12 stunning homes.
Introducing Kelly Gardens, a tribute to luxury and style in the perfect location for enjoying the stunning surrounds of West Devon so you can live later lifeinstyle. Viewings by appointment only.
Wonderful West Devon.
For more information download our brochure or visit Mansbridge Balment to arrange a property viewing. Alternatively you can contact us on 01392 369704.
Comprised of 12 beautifully designed detached houses, this development is reserved exclusively for those aged 55 an over. Each property has been crafted to give its owner the home life they desire, in a location they adore. All homes are freehold, with a garage and parking space, and come with no additional resale or event fees attached.
Designed with unique architectural features, each home is as distinct and charming as its location. Step inside and you will discover generously sized rooms, and luxury fittings, fixtures and finishes. Just as your lifestyle evolves, so too can your home, adapting to your needs with practical ease.
The development is located in a premium postcode on the boundary of delightful Tavistock, a vibrant and historic market town that straddles the River Tavy and is framed by rolling green hills. Not far from Kelly Gardens are the grand grounds of Mount Kelly school. To stroll past Mount Kelly on the way into town is to sample the school’s stately splendour and proud history.
Kelly Gardens nestles into the Western edge of the wildly beautiful Dartmoor National Park and is in easy reach of Devon and Cornwall’s stunning coastlines and picturesque seaside towns. It is this balance of tranquil scenery, bustling streets and friendly faces that Tavistock residents love so much.
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If you would like to register your interest in this development please fill in the form, alternatively you can contact us on 01392 369704.
Please note: We partner with local estate agents who assist us with viewings and enquiries. Your details will be passed onto them and you may receive email correspondence.
Things to do.
Be it Plymouth’s National Marine Aquarium or The Gallery at Plymouth College of Art, Tavistock’s annual Goose Fair or the prehistoric Merrivale Monuments on Dartmoor, West Devon and its surroundings are rich in culture and history.
Whether you prefer to explore the vast rugged beauty of Dartmoor, or would rather stretch your legs along the tributaries of the River Tamar, you will never be short of reasons to slip on your walking boots.
Theatre and Cinema.
Take in a show at Plymouth’s Barbican Theatre or Theatre Royal, or catch an independent film at Tavistock’s very own Wharf cinema. From Kelly Gardens, you are spoilt for choice.
Situated beneath the imposing hills of Dartmoor, Tavistock Golf Club offers a spectacular setting for a round or two of the beautiful game.
Along with its own wonderful selection of independent boutiques, Tavistock is home to the famous Pannier Market with its ever-changing line up of stalls. If you are after some of the bigger names in retail, simply step on a bus to the bright lights of Plymouth.
A hearty pie in a cosy country pub, today’s catch in a quaint bistro, or fine dining in Plymouth harbour, delicious is always on the menu. Taylors in Tavistock is a great place to start.
As an ancient stannary town, UNESCO World Heritage Site and the birthplace of Sir Francis Drake, Tavistock has a rich history all of its own. Take a step back in time and immerse yourself in the turbulent story of Tavistock Abbey.
From Plymouth harbour, you are free to cruise the stunning coastlines of Cornwall and Devon at leisure. If you prefer calmer sailing, take a tour up the scenic, unspoilt waters of the River Tamar and Morwellham Quay historic port.
Tavistock is a thriving ancient stannary town, located on the western edge of Dartmoor National Park. This vibrant market town straddles the River Tavy and is home to an inviting array of shops and cafes, making it the perfect place for a day visit or as your local hub of amenities.
Winter is the perfect time to wrap up warm, put on your wellington boots and head outside for an invigorating walk. Getting out in the great outdoors is not only excellent for your physical health, it is also a tonic for your mental wellbeing. According to Walking for Health, a good walk can improve your mood and sleep quality, while reducing stress, anxiety and fatigue.
South Devon is renowned for its array of scenic hot spots, with its extensive coastline comprising the picturesque English Riviera, the magnetic South Hams and the dramatic Jurassic coast, as well as luscious countryside and wild, open moorland. The 2,590 square miles of scenic coast and countryside play host to a variety of gorgeous villages and towns that highlight why South Devon is a great place to live. To give you a taste of life in South Devon, we have compiled six of our favourite scenic hot spots with recommendations of the top attractions to visit.
For further peace of mind, all Blue Cedar Homes properties carry a 10 year NHBC 'Buildmark' warranty.
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