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The stunning Mount Wise development you never knew existed

The breathtaking combination of waterside views, city aspects and the historical setting within the Mount Wise development gives an insight into the exciting opportunities Plymouth has to offer.


Leeward House, part of the Mount Wise development, seen here from the Royal William Yard (Image credit: mountwise.co.uk)

Enhanced by mature trees and landscaping the site has spectacular River, Sea and City views. Located within walking distance from the city centre and close to the waterfront, parkland and local amenities, Mount Wise provides a unique blend of village living, whilst being just minutes from the vibrancy of city life. Here is a stunning video by Viewhear Plymouth, showcasing the location and building details.



Leeward House forms the third phase of the Mount Wise development, a 28 acre residential led mixed use scheme comprising over 450 new homes, offices and retail centred around historic listed buildings and a cricket pitch. A stunning place that has witnessed many events over the years and played host to visitors such as Sir Winston Churchill and King George V, now a tranquil and beautiful place to live. 

Satellite map showing the location of the Mount Wise development (Image credit: google.com)

Prices in this high quality block range from £225k for a two bedroom apartment all the way up to £635k for a three bedroom apartment. All apartments come with a 10-year Premier Guarantee building warranty. You can find a detailed list of specifications on their website. Also here are their contact details.


Plymouth has so much to offer…

A vibrant city with a spectacular waterfront. Extensive maritime history surrounds a modern city with one of the largest universities, a lively cultural scene with West End shows regularly performed at the Theatre Royal, a vast array of bars, cafes and restaurants, with a shopping experience to match.

A 3D aerial map, showing all the amazing things to do in Plymouth (Image credit: mountwise.co.uk)

For sporting activities, the Plymouth Life Centre offers extensive state-of-the-art facilities. The choice of water-based activities is unrivalled, from diving to fishing, sailing to canoeing. Alternatively, sea life can be enjoyed from dry land at Plymouth’s National Marine Aquarium.

To the north of the City the large outdoor playground of Dartmoor National Park stretches out for many miles. Large swathes of open moorland, beautiful rivers and woodland, are perfect for days out and adventure.



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