Heights, Staddon Heights (A), Staddon Lane, Plymouth, PL9
- 5 Bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- 2 Reception Rooms
5 bedroom house under offer
- Reference Number NEW210033
- Agent Marchand Petit Newton Ferrers
- Agent Number 01752 873 311
Guide price £1,200,000
About this property
A contemporary & luxurious 5 bedroom
property of 2725 sq.ft within 3 acres of
pasture, along with a private garden. Sea views spanning from Mountbatten and beyond, inland towards Plymouth and Dartmoor.
Integral garage 490 sq.ft. Build completion likely in Spring 2023.
Heights, one of three luxury 5 bedroom
homes in phase 2 of our Staddon Heights
development, is situated within 3 acres of
pasture, along with a private garden to the rear
of the property with views extending towards
Mountbatten and beyond.
The architectural elegance of the property
ensures comfort and space are paramount,
whilst also bringing the rolling hills of its
beautiful setting indoors wherever possible
with clever positioning of windows, bi fold doors
and double height ceilings extending up to the
The house hosts 5 spacious bedrooms,
including an exquisite master bedroom with
views across your land towards Plymouth
and Dartmoor. Bedrooms 1 and 2 both have
their own luxury en suite along with the main
bathroom located along the first floor hallway.
Exterior cladding on the front of the house
highlights the south facing balcony accessible
from the upper living area; a space to drink
your morning coffee in the fresh sea air.
Whilst downstairs the open plan kitchen and
dining area on the ground floor lends itself to
entertaining, throwing open the bi-folds into the
Reasons for Designation
Staddon Heights Defences including Fort Staddon, Brownhill Battery, Watch House Battery, Staddon Heights Battery, Staddon Battery and associated features and structures, an integrated military complex of C18 to C20 date, is designated as a Scheduled Monument, for the following principal reasons: * Historic: this defence complex has strong cultural and historical significance, within both a local and national context, marking the establishment and successive strengthening of coastal fortifications prior to the period of the Napoleonic Wars until the end of the Second World War; * Rarity: as a particularly rich, complex and multi-layered defence system, it is rare in a national context; * Survival: the evidence remaining above ground, as well as historic sources and more recent evaluations, demonstrate that the defences survive particularly well; * Potential: the site has high potential for adding to our understanding of C19 military fortifications, especially where monuments survive as buried remains; * Documentation: the original extent and armaments of the structures are, in general, well-documented; * Fragility/ Vulnerability: all of the structures are vulnerable to the impacts of either disuse or unsympathetic reuse; * Group value: the structures form an historic group with each other and with other monuments on the Staddon Heights military landscape, including Fort Bovisand, Fort Stamford and Mount Batten; and in the wider area with Plymouth Breakwater and Breakwater Fort.
From the A379 Plymouth to Kingsbridge Road at Elburton Hotel, on the very eastern outskirts of the city, take the road marked Mount Batten. Pass through Elburton Village shops and continue for about 0.5 mile to turn left as signposted Wembury. After a dip, at the top of the hill tun right at the filling station and continue to turn left at the T junction with Staddiscombe Road/Goosewell Road by "The Staddy" sports club. Follow the road for about 0.5 mile and then turn right as signposted to Staddon Heights. The property will be found on the right just before reaching the golf club.
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