North Road East is a brand new, purpose built development of 39 studio and 1 bed student apartments. This fully managed student accommodation has a much sought after central location in the beautiful city of Plymouth.
The highly acclaimed Plymouth University is just a short walk away, as is the Plymouth College of Art; and in a thriving student city where there is a shortage of student properties, these apartments provide much needed modern, student accommodation, as well as a desirable investment opportunity.
Plymouth, A Great place to live and Invest
Located on the south coast of Devon, Plymouth is a city of stunning natural beauty, and is a thriving industrial and academic centre. From the cobbled streets to the breath-taking harbour and the stunning architecture of the beautiful historic churches, you can see that Plymouth is bursting with culture and a proud heritage. But it is also a vibrant city, where tourists and residents can choose to enjoy the hustle and bustle of city life, or indeed the more tranquil lifestyle provided by coastal rural living. Plymouth really is a city that offers a bit of everything.
As a thriving port city, Plymouth has almost 300 marine and maritime businesses, the largest cluster of its type in the South West. Plymouth's position as a city of significant naval and maritime importance is undeniable, and as a result the city came under significant attack in World War II, with it having to be rebuilt post war.
Today, there are over 750 listed buildings in Plymouth including the impressive Royal Albert Bridge, the medieval Boringdon Hall, and the Tinside pool, which has been voted one of the top 10 best outdoor pools in Europe.
There is so much to do within Plymouth, no matter what your interests. The eclectic Plymouth market is one not to be missed, and the Drake Circus shopping centre offers over 70 of the uk's top high street shops all in one place. For those wishing to take in the beautiful sights of the area, there are many cycle trails and walks that can be taken through the numerous parks and green spaces. Particularly impressive is the stunning Burrator Reservoir and the much visited Plymouth Sound. For those looking for something a bit different there is a climbing centre and an adrenalin urban activity park.
Plymouth pavilions provides an exceptional concert venue for a good night out, hosting lots of big names in comedy and music, and there are also a number of theatres, bars, clubs and restaurants providing a great social scene for all to enjoy.
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