Helping you Find Property in Cornwall
Are you interested in buying a property in Cornwall? To assist you with your property search, you can speak with our expert Cornwall property finder. Whether you are looking for a family home, a second home or an investment, our finders and buying agents have the experience and knowledge of the local area to help you make an informed decision.
Property in Cornwall is always in high demand, and our buying agents know first-hand that this market moves quickly. Cornwall boasts crystal blue sea, sun-drenched summers and spectacular countrysides and is characterised by its history and welcoming locals. It is ideal for a holiday home to make the most of the British summer or for a permanent house. The county offers some spectacular locations, including Fowey, Port Isaac, St Agnes, St Ives, St Mawes and Truro.
There is no denying that finding a property in Cornwall can be stressful, time-consuming, and expensive. Travel time, fuel, and overnight stays, not to mention the hours spent researching and viewing properties, can make the process costly and frustrating. Consider choosing an expert property finder familiar with the area to guide you through this highly complex process.
Property in Cornwall
Property in Cornwall varies from contemporary coastal apartments to charming granite and slate country cottages and gracious country houses with acreage. Depending on your location of choice, properties situated in an estuary with water views will undoubtedly command a premium. Particularly in villages such as Fowey, St. Mawes and Helford on the south coast together with St. Ives, Padstow and Rock on the north coast.
Clients intending to purchase for retirement will find that many small towns and villages offer a warm welcome and encourage incomers to settle. Some villages even prepare a welcome pack helping people to move more easily.
Cornwall is the UK’s favourite holiday destination. So for those wishing to purchase as a holiday let, you can expect to achieve excellent yields. However, those seeking to enjoy their second property in Cornwall for their recreation can, if they wish, readily become involved with local activities.
History and geography
A land of myths and legends, Cornwall has its own language and flag, making it feel separate from England. Film producers come from all over the world to film in Cornwall because of the magical atmosphere.
The north coast offers the longest stretch of cliff tops and golden sands in any county in the UK, while the south coast has a softer character with numerous river estuaries ideal for sailing.
The Cornish countryside has many hidden treasures, particularly Bodmin Moor and the region beyond Penzance, with many ancient pre-historic sites.
Generally mild all year round thanks to the Gulf Stream, the county is renowned for its quality of light and was first recognised by artists more than one hundred fifty years ago.
County schools range from small village primary schools to prominent academies, many of which have been inspected and deemed “outstanding” by Ofsted.
For more information, visit Cornwall County Council website –
There are private independent schools located in various areas in the county, with Truro featuring the best performing schools.
In addition to recommending the best schools in Cornwall, our property finders can arrange and accompany school visits.
Get in touch
Please get in touch through the contact page to find out how we can help you find your dream home in Cornwall.