Devington Homes

Devington Homes

Specialising in both the sensitive restoration of historic buildings and the development of brownfield sites, award-winning Devington Homes has created a niche market for discerning buyers.

With over a quarter-century's expertise in the creation of luxury homes, the Devington name has become firmly established in the south west, with acclaimed high profile projects across the region.

The Devington name first came to prominence in the late 1980s with its namesake luxury apartments and penthouses project on the seafront at Falmouth. Subsequent restoration and conversion projects included the former workhouse and hospital site of St. Clements Vean, Truro creating 75 homes; Devington Hall, which was built on a site latterly occupied by the Ministry Agriculture creating 39 apartments and penthouses and Devington Park the vast former Exevale Hospital at Exminster creating 119 homes within 11 acres of landscaped grounds.

In Plymouth, the Devington name has been at the forefront of the regeneration of the City with the creation of high profile projects that include the landmark Azure development prominently located on the Hoe on the former site of the Royal Western Yacht Club and comprising 109 apartments and penthouses and the adjacent Grand Hotel site which is currently being transformed into 26 classical apartments and penthouses together with a restaurant.

Planning permission has been granted for a spectacular mixed-use development of circa 500,000 sq ft featuring an iconic 31-storey tower at its heart to be known as Oceanique.

From classical regeneration projects to cutting-edge mixed-use developments, the Devington name has become synonymous with luxury across Devon and Cornwall.

Managing Director Lawrence Butler's depth of knowledge and charismatic hands-on approach has enabled Devington to forge enviable long-lasting relationships not only with local authority planning and conservation officers, but also with architects, contractors, engineers, agents and other property professionals.

Over the years Devington Homes has worked alongside a number of companies and organisations including Frogmore Estates, Royal Bank of Scotland, Dunbar Bank, NatWest Bank, the Guinness Trust, Portman Building Society and many others.

In November 2004, Devington Homes was honoured by a visit to Devington Park from HRH The Prince of Wales in his capacity as Patron of The Phoenix Trust.

His Royal Highness has shown a keen interest in the development having, through the Phoenix Trust, expressed his concern at the state of repair of the former hospital building.

The Prince inspected the building works, show apartment and gardens and met key personnel who had been involved in the creation of the Park together with residents and local dignitaries.

22 Lemon Street, Truro, Cornwall TR1 2LS E

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