The Heights – Bovisand

6 bespoke residences looking out over Bovisand Bay, Plymouth Sound and Dartmoor set in 27 acres, in the grounds of a 19th century Palmerston Fort.

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From £1.2 million

The Heights offers 3 converted, contemporary properties and 3 new builds set within 25 acres of farmland, with sea views spanning from Plymouth
Sound all the way inland to Dartmoor National Park. This location is completely rural, whilst still being totally accessible.
Fresh, salty Devon air in the heart of the countryside, a stone’s throw from civilisation, but in touching distance of rugged moorland. A perfect juxtaposition of rural and urban, much like the properties themselves, which benefit from the clean lines and luxurious contemporary open-plan living spaces afforded by their agricultural backgrounds.
The development sits 5 minutes from Plymouth by car, whilst being just 1 mile from Bovisand beach, accessible by footpath and South West Coastal Path and nestled alongside Staddon Heights Golf Club. The houses sit beside the South Hams area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and offers breath taking views from foot paths along the historic Napoleonic fort, access to dog-walks and woodland walks, private paths to a shared outdoor dining area and of course each property boasts at least an acre of land.
The properties have been designed with a high degree of energy efficiency.

The Heights is a unique development in that the site itself was,
until recently, a working farm on the outskirts of Plymouth, overlooking the sea. Thus, each property benefits from at least an acre of land, as well as a rural setting, contemporary agricultural architecture and incredible views in all directions.
We have designed a mile long footpath around the farm which is solely for the use of the 6 properties at The Heights. The path skirts the Napoleonic fort and runs through two banks of woodland offering panoramic views across the sound, out to Dartmoor and over Plymouth.
It is perfect for an early morning dog walk and leads to a shared outdoor dining area with fire pits and also links out to Staddon Heights Golf Course and the South West Coast Path beyond.