Mayflower Leat
Plymouth PL2 2PY

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2 & 3 bedroom houses

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Mayflower Leat is a brand new collection of 2 and 3 bedroom houses for sale in Plymouth.

Mayflower Leat will see the creation of 196 new homes as part of the fourth phase of the North Prospect regeneration programme in the city, with 72 of the new homes available to purchase. Plymouth with all its history and vibrancy is a great place to call home.

Why buy at Mayflower Leat

  • Great location in the city port of Plymouth 2 miles away from the waterfront
  • An excellent choice of Ofsted-rated ‘Good’ and ‘Outstanding’ Schools within a 1-mile radius
  • Plymouth train station offers easy links to London Paddington
  • We can help you sell your home Home Exchange† and Smooth Move‡

To find out more about making one of our houses for sale in Plymouth your new dream home, contact our Sales Consultants today to arrange your safe viewing.

The North Prospect in Plymouth is a great place to call home, with excellent road and rail links within short distances, and the surrounding area of the South Hams offers a scenic natural landscape, including nearby Dartmoor. With so many attractions and things to do close to home, the eclectic port city of Plymouth has a vast range of things to see and do all year round. Shoppers will appreciate the excellent choice of high street and independent shops in the Drake Circus, Armada and Broadway Shopping Centres.

There are plenty of places to find something to eat and drink, with restaurants, cafes, pubs and bars throughout the city and close to the waterfront too. And if you’re looking for entertainment or culture, you can visit the Merchant’s House Museum, or enjoy a live music event or performance at the Theatre Royal and Plymouth Pavilion.

For those who want to discover more about the history of the city, Plymouth offers a fantastic choice of historical and fun attractions to explore, including Viking Stone, Smeaton’s Tower and the National Marine Aquarium. Of course, you may simply want to enjoy the beauty of the nearby South Hams countryside, which is conveniently located just a short distance away.

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Around the neighbourhood

Plymouth: the great waterfront city a with vibrant lifestyle

Choosing your new home here will also mean you are in close proximity to Plymouth city centre, known for its maritime heritage and the historic Barbican district with narrow, cobbled streets. With a vibrant lifestyle, Plymouth is the right place to put down your roots. And for families with children, there is a good selection of Ofsted rated ‘Good’ and ‘Outstanding’ schools within a short walk. There are also plenty of international restaurants and takeaway from China, Nepal, India, South-East Asia as well as the classic British fish chips and groceries, a post office, a church and several GP surgeries.

For entertainment close to home, you’ll be spoiled for choice: the Barbican Theatre just 2.5 miles away puts on a range of plays and dramas all year round, both indoor and outdoor. For enthusiastic shoppers, the Drake Circus also provides easy access to more than 70 of the UK’s top brand names and biggest stores in the region.

Of course, the beautiful Plymouth waterfront needs to be enjoyed too. Less than 3 miles away from our new properties, you’ll find a contemporary yet historic collection of several once separate towns. This means you can enjoy an 8-miles walk along the seaside and across the towns of Plymouth, Stonehouse, Devonport and Plympton. On the waterfront, there is also something for everyone. Swim in the Tinside Lido pool, voted one of the top 10 best in Europe, eat Spanish at the Maritimo Tapas & Wine Bar or admire the sea views from the Marco Pierre Bar & Grill terrace. For fish lovers, indulge yourself at the Rockfish that offers al-fresco dining and a large variety of fresh seafood.

What’s close to Plymouth?

If you want to explore the surrounding areas of our new homes in Plymouth, visit the National Marine Aquarium just 3 miles away, the UK’s largest aquarium with over 4,000 sea animals. It offers an excellent variety of sea life and educational days for the children. Or visit the wild creatures at the Dartmoor Zoological Park (9 miles away) for an exceptional experience to be remembered.

Of course, nature offers so much in this area too. The Tamar Valley (10 miles away), between Devon and Cornwall is an area rich in beauty and history, offering some of the finest sceneries in England. Spend weekends camping with the whole family or explore the rural roads on your bike with plenty of interesting stops along the way, including pubs and cafes.

Devon’s white-sand beaches Tregantle are less than 7 miles away from Plymouth, where, in the summertime, you can spend the entire day out with the whole family. Another 2 miles away and you can play golf at the Whitsand Bay Golf Club. This is where you can literally play the bay, meaning that the golf club is set on a cliff-top overlooking the beautiful bay of Whitsand.

Local Schools and Education

Families looking for properties for sale in Plymouth have a great choice of Ofsted rated ‘Good’ schools within easy reach of home. Ham Drive Nursery School and Day Care (rated ‘Good’) is a short walk of home, as is Keyham Barton Catholic Primary School (also ‘Good’). Other Ofsted rated ‘Good’ primary schools can be found approximately 3-4 miles from home, including Montpelier Primary School, College Road Primary School and Pennycross Primary School.

Older students are well catered for too when it comes to secondary schools Devonport High School for Girls and Devonport High School for Boys (rated ‘Good’), both of which are less than 1 mile away.

For those with members of the family considering the higher education route, Plymouth University is a large and multinational university with 20,000 students, including courses in Arts, Humanities, Business, Engineering, Science and Health.

Transport and Travel

With our new properties only 2 miles from the city centre, commuting is not an issue at all for Mayflower Leat. Drake Mill Business Park boasts 36 companies and it’s only 5 miles away and the Eurotech Park less than 2 miles away.

Reaching the South East of England is easy with the A38 and A386 not far away. The Manadon Roundabout of the A386 is just 1.6 miles away from Mayflower Leat, providing direct routes to Exeter (43 miles), Torquay (31 miles) and Bristol (around 120 miles).

For travel by rail, Plymouth Train Station is 2 miles away, providing services to just about any station you need to get to; from further in Cornwall to the South Coast and London. Regular direct services can take you to Exeter in 57 minutes, Bristol in 2.24 hours, London Paddington in 3.15 hours and Southampton in 4 hours.

For air travel, the closest airport is Exeter Airport 50 miles from Mayflower Leat, providing you with numerous options for national (Manchester, Guernsey, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Newcastle) and international flights to Spain, Italy, Turkey, France, Ireland and Greece.

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All images are used for illustrative purposes only and are representative only. They may not be the same as the actual home you purchase and the specification may differ. Images may be of a slightly different model of home and may include optional upgrades and extras which involve additional cost. Individual features such as windows, brick, carpets, paint and other material colours may vary and also the specification of fittings may vary. Any furnishings and furniture are not included in any sale. Please check with our sales representatives for details of the exact specifications available at the development(s) for each type of home and the associated prices.