Royal William Yard in Plymouth

Royal William Yard in Plymouth

The Royal William Yard is an award winning renovation project in the Stonehouse area of Plymouth.  The striking buildings were used by the Royal Navy and an important part of the Devonport Dockyard. The original buildings were designed by the architect Sir John Rennie and was named after King William IV. Built between 1826 and 1835, the site occupies approximately 16 acres and is Grade I listed. Since closing in 1992, the renovation has been carried out by acclaimed development company:Urban Splash to create a collection of unique and stylish apartments.  Features include: limestone and granite walls, exposed timber roof beams and arched windows that sympathetically contrast with the ultra-modern materials to accentuate the property and its heritage.

The development is situated on the waters edge allowing you easy access to the breathtaking views up the River Tamar and across to Mount Edgcumbe, Plymouth Naval base and Devonport. Within the development there is a cafe wine bar, art gallery, regular passenger ferries to The Barbican and if you have your own boat, the space to moor it! A short walk away, there is also the Cremyl ferry that will take you to Mount Edgcumbe.

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