About our area
Plymouth is known as Britain's Ocean City, located between the rivers Plym and Tamar and boarders the English Channel to the South, Dartmoor National Park to the North and Cornwall to the West. It is the 27th most built up area in England and Wales with a population in the region of 250,000.
Key things to know about living in Plymouth
Plymouth is best known for the Mayflower Steps on the historic Barbican where the Pilgrim brothers set sail for America in 1620. Today, Gold swimming Olympians live and train in the City. During the Summer months, the national Firework championships and Powerboat speed races are held.
Areas to live in Plymouth
Central Plymouth includes many of the sought after areas such as Hartley, Mannamead, Peverell and Stoke. These areas offer many period properties with good access to the A38 and a range of schooling.
An historic maritime city, Plymouth offers many glorious waterside properties with many areas having undergone major redevelopment. The city has marinas such as Sutton Harbour, Queen Anne's Battery and the Mayflower marina.
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