Plymouth is Britain's Ocean City. The city is home to around 250,000 people, making it the 27th most populous built-up area in England and Wales. It has the ninth largest university in the United Kingdom by number of students, the University of Plymouth, and the largest operational naval base in Western Europe – HMNB Devonport.
Plymouth is Britain’s beautiful Ocean City with a simply breath-taking waterfront. In 2016 it was estimated to have a population in excess of 264,000 making it within the 27 most built up locations in England and Wales. Plymouth was largely well known for having the largest operational Naval base in Western Europe however in the last decade it has also been well known for having the 9th largest University in England.
The property market has been buoyant in Plymouth for a number of years with a variety of property available. Prices are competitive in the region making both purchasing and investing in the area extremely popular with demand out weighing supply.
The city has undergone major improvement over the last decade with a variety of entertainment and leisure spaces including the world famous Royal William Yard, Barbican Leisure, The Historical Barbican and Drake Circus.
The Ocean City has Cornwall to the East with many beautiful beaches and accessed by either the Torpoint Ferry or Tamar Bridge. To the North of Plymouth is Dartmoor National Park and to the East is the very picturesque and sought after South Hams including Newton Ferrers, Noss Mayo, Bigbury and Salcombe.
Plymouth has great links with a main A road joining the M5 at Exeter, main train line with access to London in approximately three hours and Millbay Port with channel cross links to France and Spain.
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