26 New Street

Plymouth, Devon

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£270
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Sea views
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Enviably positioned in the historic Barbican with stunning harbour views

Enviably positioned in the historic Barbican with stunning harbour views

At A Glance

This property is unable to accommodate children under 10 years
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Grading
4 Star
Property Type Apartment
Parking Spaces 1

Description

26 New Street is a traditional two bedroom apartment located in the heart of the Barbican, Plymouths historic centre. Surrounded by an array of shops, galleries, cafes and bars this is the perfect base for enjoying the area and discovering Britain’s maritime history.

Internally, the property offers a spacious and light open plan living and dining area benefiting from harbour views. Externally, there is a small enclosed terrace with a table and two chairs, ideal for relaxing after a busy day.

The Barbican in Plymouth is where Drake and Raleigh once anchored. This area is now a popular mix of restaurants, speciality shops and quaint tea rooms scattered along cobbled streets. Major attractions nearby include The National Marine Aquarium, which is the largest in the UK, the tour of Plymouth Gin, and the historical starting point for the Pilgrim Fathers' voyage aboard the Mayflower.

The historic fishing villages of Cawsand and Kingsand can be accessed by a ferry departing from the Mayflower Steps, 40 yards from the apartment. The villages offer a beautiful beach with a fine selection of cafes and restaurants to enjoy.

26 New Street is a traditional two bedroom apartment located in the heart of the Barbican, Plymouths historic centre. Surrounded by an array of shops, galleries, cafes and bars this is the perfect base for enjoying the area and discovering Britain’s maritime history.

Internally, the property offers a spacious and light open plan living and dining area benefiting from harbour views. Externally, there is a small enclosed terrace with a table and two chairs, ideal for relaxing after a busy day.

The Barbican in Plymouth is where Drake and Raleigh once anchored. This area is now a popular mix of restaurants, speciality shops and quaint tea rooms scattered along cobbled streets. Major attractions nearby include The National Marine Aquarium, which is the largest in the UK, the tour of Plymouth Gin, and the historical starting point for the Pilgrim Fathers' voyage aboard the Mayflower.

The historic fishing villages of Cawsand and Kingsand can be accessed by a ferry departing from the Mayflower Steps, 40 yards from the apartment. The villages offer a beautiful beach with a fine selection of cafes and restaurants to enjoy.

Relaxing

Living Room/Area
  • Open plan living and dining area situated on the first floor
  • Dual aspect with fantastic harbour views
  • Furnished with a two seater sofa, two armchairs, electric fireplace, coffee table, side board and book shelves
  • Features a 20” flatscreen TV with Freeview, DVD and CD player

Cooking & Dining

Kitchen/Utility
  • Situated on the first floor complete with breakfast bar seating two
  • Features an electric double oven, hob, grill, fridge freezer, washer/dryer and dishwasher
  • Fully equipped with a range of utensils and accessories including a microwave, kettle, toaster and cafetiere
  • An iron, ironing board and vacuum cleaner are provided
Dining Room/Area
  • The dining area features a table and six chairs

Sleeping

Master Bedroom
  • Situated on the first floor with harbour views
  • Furnished with a double bed, chest of drawers, wardrobe, mirror, dressing table and two bedside cabinets complete with lamps
Bedroom 2
  • Situated on the first floor with harbour views
  • Furnished with twin beds, chest of drawers, integrated wardrobe and a bedside cabinet complete with lamp

Bathing

Family Bathroom
  • Situated on the first floor and features a walk-in double shower cubicle, WC, wash basin, heated towel rail, mirror, shaver point and cabinet

Outdoors

  • First floor apartment accessed by 16 steps with a hand rail
  • Small enclosed terrace with table and two chairs

Parking

  • Private garage for one car, not suitable for larger vehicles

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At A Glance

This property is unable to accommodate children under 10 years
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Grading
4 Star
Property Type Apartment
Parking Spaces 1
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