The Cavanna Group - 504K,
Prices from £272,000 to £284,000
Images may include optional upgrades at additional cost
504K, off Plymbridge Lane, currently offers an eclectic mix of attractive 2 and 3 bedroom homes, with 1 and 4 bedroom homes available in the future. The properties marry together a unique combination of finishes with a variety of renders, slate and timber cladding being utilised across the development, therefore offering a wide range of styles and sizes to our customers.
All homes have the provision of parking and benefit from contemporary fitted kitchens and bathrooms. These modern homes provide low maintenance, energy efficient living, with solar panels, PVC-u double glazed windows and a 10 year NHBC Buildmark Warranty. All customers will also receive a 6 month bus pass and local travel information as part of the 504K Travel Plan that is provided upon completion.
Selected properties are also built to ‘Lifetime Homes’ standard, which means they are thoughtfully designed to make life as easy as possible for as long as possible due to the accessible and practical accommodation they provide.
504K is conveniently placed within close proximity to Plymouth City Centre and has easy access to local bus links including, and within easy walking distance, Park & Ride. Also, there are a large range of shops, supermarkets or stores nearby, not forgetting Derriford Hospital.
A little piece of history
The name 504K is inspired by the renowned aviator Sir Alan Cobham who famously flew the first mail delivery flight from a local airfield in 1923. The 504K aeroplane was a legendary training aircraft used by Cobham within the Royal Flying Corps, valued for its flexibility and progressive engineering. Like the homes within this new development, the name reflects the adaptable and practical nature of the properties available at 504K.
504K is situated within close proximity of Plymouth city centre on the South Devon coastline. This vibrant city is located between the Rivers Plym and Tamar, and its abundant maritime heritage is evident throughout the city today.
Boasting a picturesque harbour, Plymouth’s Barbican attractions include the National Marine Aquarium, Plymouth Hoe and Smeaton’s Tower lighthouse. The city’s unique features really do cater for every interest, from the Drake Circus Shopping Centre to a vast selection of theatres, restaurants, and professional sports clubs.
Also home to the University of Plymouth, Tamar Science Park and the thriving Devonport Dockyard, Plymouth has much to offer. Travel in and out of the city is effortless, with train and bus stations offering easy access to attractions on Plymouth’s doorstep including Dartmoor National Park, the Tamar Valley and the beautiful beaches of Devon and Cornwall.