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Central Location :

Truro : The Cathedral City is at the hub of Cornwalls’ commerce, entertainment and tourism. This historic market town provides the county with a diverse range of shops, activities and leisure. With a cinema, theatre, museum and indoor market as well as the wide range of high street and independent retail outlets, there are large amounts of opportunities for both residents and visitors. There are good transport links within the county through the regular bus service and the national rail way line is a well used link to London and the rest of England. It also benefits from the wide range of services on its doorstep. It has dentist and doctors surgeries and a Cornwall County Hospital only 3 miles from the city centre. It offers a high level of educational opportunities with two private secondary schools and two private primary schools. As well as this Truro College, on the outskirts of the city, provides both A level studies and Higher Education programmes to an exceptional standard. Truro is an ideal place for to live if you are a first time buyer or a growing family.

 

Feock : Described as being a “picture book village”, Feock carries huge amounts of charm and tranquillity whilst being located between Cornwall’s cathedral city of Truro and the seaside town of Falmouth. It also benefits from the local amenities from the near by villages of Carnon Downs, Devoran and Penpol. The small community of houses is only a stone’s throw away from Loe Beach with great watersports facilities and a popular café and only a short drive to the King Harry Ferry which takes both cars and foot passengers across the Fal estuary towards the Roseland and St Mawes. Its unique location and character charm makes this village stand out above the rest.

 

Perranwell Station : The popular village of Perranwell Station lies just south of the Cathedral city of Truro. It is well located between Truro and Falmouth and benefits from a direct line train connecting all three. It holds a vast amount of charm throughout the village with rural countryside within walking distance of a majority of the properties. As well as a good primary school, dentist it also offers a shop, public houuse and good transport links to the surrounding villages.

 

Devoran : A village with bags of character and charm, Devoran has become one of the most sought after places to live within South West Cornwall. Located half way between Falmouth and Truro and only a few miles from both the King Harry Ferry and Loe Beach, it is the perfect location for a family home. It has highly respected primary school and doctors surgery and the quaint public house is a real treat for both the summer and winter months.

 

Carclew Estate : Buried amongst the beautiful grounds of Carclew Estate this small collection of properties hold exceptional value due to the sites’ unique history and gives it a strong sense of community spirit. It is positioned conveniently between the popular seaside town of Falmouth and the Cathedral city of Truro and has all the amenities of the picturesque village of Mylor Bridge only a few miles away.

 

Chacewater : Benefits from a central location which provides a convenient place to live near Truro and the A30 with a strong community feel. Surrounded by rugged mining landscapes, Chacewater enjoys both countryside and village living with a village hall, primary school, health care centre and garden centre. It is a perfect location for a young professional or for a family home.

 

Blackwater : The tucked away village of Blackwater lies only six miles from the cathedral city of Truro and only a short drive away from the A30. With a primary school and public house, Blackwater benefits from both the relaxation and retreat of near by St Agnes as well as the commercial centre of Cornwall at Truro. It is an ideal location for working young professionals and for a family home.

 

Grampound Road : The popular village of Grampound Road is ideally situated approximately half way between Truro and St Austell, set within a well established community and in close proximity to the neighbouring villages.  Grampound Road offers good facilities of a general store, post office, public house, cricket club, nursery and pre-school and village hall. It is a great place to live as a first time buyer as either a family or for a young professional.