Why move to Plymouth
There are many reasons to consider a move to Plymouth and Plymouth gin may well be one of them! Other reasons are that the city offers plenty of good value affordable properties. Current property values are looking good compared to other cities, with detached homes on the market from £280,000, semi-detached houses from £127,000. Pretty terrace cottages around £128,000 and flats from £92,000.
Schools in Plymouth
It has a wealth of good schools, the 10th largest university in the UK, which is considered to be one of the up and coming 1992 universities.
Plymouth has excellent connections by rail; you can reach Exeter in an hour and London in three and a half hours.
Plymouth’s proximity to the sea is a real bonus; along with a lovely lido, The Tinside, which was voted one of the top 10 best outdoor pools in Europe.
Stoke would be a good place to start house hunting, it’s a short walk from the centre, or Davenport where the navel officers chose to build some very elegant early 19th-century villas. There are plenty of Victorian terrace properties around Wilton Street, which were first built to house dockworkers.
New homes in Plymouth
If you’re interested in new build housing then Plymouth has plenty of those on offer. Unity Green in Efford Road has 3 and 4-bedroom house for sale between £179,950 and £249,995. Barratt Homes in North Prospect Road have 2, 3,and 4-bedroom homes for sale ranging from £144,950 to £199,950. Reflections in Barton Road have homes starting at £239,995.
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