Victoria Views @Arundel Crescent boasts a selection of 24 unfurnished apartments in Plymouth, ranging from one, two and 3 bedrooms. Located within walking distance of the city centre, the apartments overlook the large green expanse of Victoria Park. With large, flat grass areas and a small cycle track, this beautiful space is a great escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. An attractive enclosed children's play park with various pieces of high quality equipment can also be found nearby.
The development offers a range of apartment styles, most benefit from allocated parking, which is a luxury in the city centre. Every apartment features an open plan living, kitchen-diner, perfect for entertaining. Most of the second floor apartments are 3 beds and have a mezzanine level floor where the living and kitchen space is located.* see site map/floor plans
Within easy walking distance to Plymouth City Centre and close to local bus routes and railway stations, Arundel Crescent is ideal for first time buyers and working professionals.
Localarea: Aptly labelled 'Britain's Ocean City', Plymouth is one of the largest natural harbours in the world. Featuring nearly 10 miles of urban waterfront and with a rich maritime heritage and historic Barbican district, the city is one of the most dynamic and fascinating places to visit in Devon.
Surrounded by stunning countryside, Plymouth is a gateway to the Dartmoor National Park which extends over 300 square miles, just waiting to be explored. The city has a population of over 250,000, with a wide range of shopping, educational and sporting facilities to enjoy, as well as 27 secondary schools to choose from and a fantastic University and Arts College.
Steeped in history, with a well-deserved reputation, the Royal William Yard is also one of the best places to work, rest and play. This award winning ex-Naval victualling yard is a bus ride away from Arundel Crescent and home to a range of leading restaurants, bars and galleries, surrounded by the stunning waterside views of Mount Edgcumbe and Plymouth Sound.
As well as boasting an array of water sports and world-class sailing experiences, Plymouth has a vibrant amount of entertainment venues on offer, including the Barbican Theatre, the Theatre Royal and Pavilions. The city is also home to a spectacular eating scene, from artisan bakeries and contemporary sushi bars, to open air dining and restaurants run by famous chefs.
Plymouth has a great local bus network, as well as transport links by coach or rail to Exeter International Airport which is one hour away. Its mainline train service goes to London Paddington and to Penzance in Cornwall. Brittany Ferries also operates services from Plymouth to France and northern Spain.
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