Turnchapel is a pretty village with pastel painted houses lying on the edge of Plymstock. It has an idyllic location on the water's edge with stunning views across the water to Plymouth. It has its own marina with access to Cattewater and Plymouth Sound. A water taxi takes residents direct to the Barbican from former RAF Mount Batten. The village has good local amenities including shops, restaurants and popular waterside inns. Hooe Lake with its 14 hectares is also close by and has been designated a County Wildlife Site. With Plymouth just across the water Turnchapel has become a highly desirable place to live, combining easy commuting with the benefits of life in a small village community.