£150 pw | £650 pcm

3 Bedroom Property to Rent

Vauxhall Street, The Barbican tenancy info

£150 pw | £650 pcm

Key Features

  • Top Floor Purpose Built Flat
  • Three Generous Bedrooms
  • Early Viewing Essential
  • Superb Central Location
  • White Goods Included
  • Light & Airy Living Room
  • uPVC Double glazed
  • Available Early June 2020
  • Fitted Kitchen/Dining Room
  • Holding Deposit = ?150

Additional information

  • Let Type: Long Term
  • Monthly
  • Unfurnished
  • Deposit: £750

Full Description

Cross Keys Estates are pleased to offer this spacious, top (third) floor flat situated in the heart of Plymouth's historic and vibrant Barbican, comprising of three good sized bedrooms, light and airy living room, fitted kitchen/dinning room with appliances, bathroom with shower and a separate toilet. Benefiting from uPVC double glazing, this great flat is available early June 2020 at ?650 per calendar month. Sorry no pets or smokers. An early viewing is essential to fully appreciate the size and location of this apartment.

Plymouth - Plymouth is a city on the south coast of Devon, about 37 miles south-west of Exeter and 190 miles west-south-west of London, between the mouths of the rivers Plym to the east and Tamar to the west where they join Plymouth Sound to form the boundary with Cornwall, it is also adjacent to one of the most natural harbours in the world. To the North is the Dartmoor National Park extending to over 300 square miles and which provides excellent recreational facilities. The city is home to more than 260,000 people, making it the 30th most populated city in the United Kingdom and the second-largest city in the South West, after Bristol and has a full range of shopping, educational and sporting facilities. There is mainline train service to London (Paddington) and to Penzance in West Cornwall. Plymouth is governed locally by Plymouth City Council and is represented nationally by three MPs. Plymouth's economy remains strongly influenced by shipbuilding and seafaring including ferry links to Brittany and Spain, but has tended toward a university economy since the early 2000's. It has the largest operational naval base in Western Europe HMNB Devonport.

The Barbican - The historic Barbican and Sutton Harbour are the heart of the city's heritage with the oldest buildings and the greatest number of historical stories.
It's also a place where an eclectic cuisine mix of Italian, Greek, Turkish, Japanese, Chinese, Thai, Indian, Himalayan, Mexican and British restaurants may all be found!
Around the Barbican, a vibrant place of cobbled streets, narrow lanes and more than 200 Listed Buildings, many of them Tudor and Jacobean, offer a wide range of cosmopolitan boutique shops, galleries, pubs, cafes and restaurants set amidst picturesque scenery.
The main street of Southside Street is home to the world famous Plymouth Gin Distillery, the building dating from the early 1400s and a former monastery inhabited by Black Friar Monks. Antique stores, galleries, boutique shops and cafes thrive on Southside Street, a draw to the thousands of coach tour visitors that pass through the Barbican every year.
Sutton Harbour is perfectly placed to make the most of all Plymouth has to offer, from unparalleled historic landmarks to some of the citys largest and liveliest family attractions. The National Marine Aquarium, the largest aquarium in the UK with over 40 sharks, is at the entrance to the harbour, and visitors can also take boat tours to learn more about the local marine environment - or even catch a fish and learn how best to cook it. The lively waterfront culture of Sutton Harbour offers a welcome like no other, with unique, independent shops interspersed with a diverse range of first-class restaurants, cafes and bars.
Visit the famous Mayflower Steps from which the Pilgrim Fathers are believed to have left England aboard the Mayflower for a new life in America in 1620, discover Plymouths maritime heritage with the one-mile Sutton Harbour Heritage Trail, or see the sights from two wheels and take advantage of the two National Cycle Routes right on the harbours doorstep.
Other places of interest in the Barbican include the Elizabethan House, an old house built in the early 16th century, now used as a museum and the studio gallery of the late painter and eccentric Robert Lenkiewicz, who lived and worked on the Barbican for many years deriving much of his inspiration and income from the local community.

Living Room - 4.11 x 3.79 (13'5" x 12'5") -

Kitchen - 3.65 x 2.82 (11'11" x 9'3") -

Bedroom 1 - 3.65 x 3.04 max (11'11" x 9'11" max) -

Bedroom 2 - 3.65 x 2.68 (11'11" x 8'9") -

Bedroom 3 - 3.65 x 1.94 (11'11" x 6'4") -

Lettings - Cross Keys Estates also offer a professional, ARLA accredited Lettings and Management Service. If you are considering renting your property in order to purchase, are looking at buy to let or would like a free review of your current portfolio then please call Jo Rees, Assistant Branch Manager on 01752 500018

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