Property description Rivage offers a rare opportunity to own coordinates on one of the most desirable stretches of coast in the South West in terms of view over-looking Plymouth Sound to Drakes Island, Mount Edgcumbe and beyond.
There's no better view to wake up to; all of the apartments at Rivage make the most of the unrivalled panoramic sea views with floor to ceiling windows and you can enjoy kicking back at the end of the day with a glass of wine watching the sunset from the comfort of your own home.
What makes Plymouths coastline truly unique is the events and attractions held every year that draw the crowds in. From the SoloFastnet Race to the Plymouth Seafood Festival, Armed Forces Day and the British Firework Championships (to name just a few!), there is always something to look at and enjoy. A property with a sea view will always be the envy of the masses, but a sea view enjoying annual air displays to celebrate the City's proud military history, as well as music from world-renowned artists and spectacular pyrotechnics displays illuminating Plymouth Sound, is nothing short of exceptional - leaving the location of Rivage unrivalled.
When it comes to everyday living, whether you enjoy a refreshing early morning swim or relaxing at the end of the day, you will never have far to go. For those looking for peace and quiet to those enjoying a livelier lifestyle, from swimming in the open Sea or Tinside Lido, to running along the waterfront or eating in one of the many waterside restaurants, Rivage offers everything right on your doorstep.
Area description Captivating Plymouth is a charming City full of history with plenty of places to visit and some fabulous entertainment to hand!
The City Centre has seen some massive changes over the last few years and presents itself as a thriving shopping and dining mecca, with a £27m budget to further improve over the next 5 years.
A stroll through the cobbled streets of the Barbican will allow you to learn about some of Plymouths rich history; from the Pilgrim Fathers who set sail aboard the Mayflower Ship in 1620, to the Plymouth Gin Distillery which has been in operation since 1793 and the Elizabethan House - a rare surviving example of its time. A short walk away, Plymouth Waterfront and The Hoe boasts some of the most spectacular views the south west coastline has to offer.
The allure of Plymouths Royal William Yard is hard to falter, with the former Grade I Royal Navy victualling buildings having undergone a sympathetic restoration to now offer a plethora of cafes, bars and restaurants with incredible features and a welcoming atmosphere!
There are many tourist attractions in and around Plymouth to include; various museum and art galleries, the National Marine Aquarium and various boat trips to Mount Batten, Drakes Island and nearby points of interest. There is always plenty of entertainment on hand, with ample theatres, cinemas, casinos and bingo halls and should you require something a little more energetic, you could perhaps seek out the Ski Lodge, Ice Rink or the various Diving and Sailing Clubs.
Plymouths surrounding areas provide plenty of countryside to revel in some outside fun, with the stunning Dartmoor National Park just a short drive north of the City and Cornwall just the other side of the river Tamar, enjoying some beautiful beaches and picturesque villages.
The transport links are easily accessible to reach further afield, be it by ferry, rail, bus or coach. London Paddington is just 3 hours away by rail and the ferry to Roscoff, France takes only 6 hours with up to 2 services a day
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||5.8%||£229,995||3.1||1.5|
|Block of flats||0.3%||£225,000||4||0|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£136,990 (5)||£148,790 (10)||£223,100 (34)||£285,880 (28)||£291,913 (12)|
|Flats||£110,351 (91)||£177,857 (148)||£249,949 (18)||£225,000 (1)||£160,000 (1)|
|All||£111,738 (96)||£176,018 (158)||£232,394 (52)||£283,781 (29)||£281,765 (13)|