DESCRIPTION A well-appointed four bedroom family home, the Periwinkle blends practicality with stylish design. On the first floor there is a generously sized open plan living, dining and kitchen room along with a study and to the ground floor a utility room, guest cloakroom and integral garage. Upstairs, three double bedrooms including the master with en-suite shower room, the family bathroom and a further single bedroom.
Garage 4.41 x 6.00m 14'5" x 19'7"
Utility room 3.02 x 2.30m 9'9" x 7'5"
Bathroom 1.24 x 2.10m 4'1" x 6.9"
Living room 4.38 x 5.85m 14'4" x 19'2"
Kitchen 3.14 x 4.07m 10'3" x 13'4"
Dining room 4.38 x 4.60m 14'4" x 15'1"
Master bedroom 4.38 x 2.85m 14'4" x 9.4"
Bedroom two 3.14 x 4.07m 10'3" x 13'4"
Bedroom three 4.27 x 2.81m 14' x 9'2"
Bedroom four 3.03 x 2.10m 9'9" x 6'9"
En-suite shower room 3.12 x 1.20m 10'2" x 3'9"
Bathroom 3.12 x 1.90m 10'2" x 6'2"
HARTLEY GARDENS Complementing the established appeal of Mannamead, Plymouth, Hartley Gardens presents the opportunity to enjoy an exciting new life in a stunning new 1 or 2 bedroom apartment or an exquisite 3, 4 or 5 bedroom home, each bearing hallmarks that you'd expect of homes built in Plymouth's premier residential suburb of intelligent design, outstanding specifications and exacting quality finishes.
The blend of heritage and modernity is encapsulated by a contemporary development being built on this famous site in Mannamead where once stood Hartley House the former home of Major General Sir Leonard Rogers, a renowned professor, physician and lecturer in tropical medicine and a founder member of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. Later to become The Mannamead Centre, continuing Major General Rogers legacy with medical care until the beginning of this century.
To retain the history of Hartley Gardens and in honour of Sir Leonard Rogers, Pillar Land have chosen to name the cul-de-sac "Sir Leonard Rogers Close".
PLYMOUTH Plymouth is a city with one of the largest natural harbours in the world. To the north is the Dartmoor National Park extending to over 300 square miles which provides excellent recreational facilities. Plymouth itself has a population of well over 250,000 and has a full range of shopping, educational and sporting facilities. There is a mainline train service to London Paddington and to Penzance in Cornwall. Brittany Ferries operates seasonal services from Plymouth to France and northern Spain.