Shared Ownership in Cornwall
The jumping off point to the bewitching Isles of Scilly, Cornwall may feel adrift from much of the UK, yet transport links have been vastly upgraded in recent years. Cornwall Airport Newquay connects to regional cities, rail lines link the peninsular to the rest of the UK, and road networks are excellent.
Picture days kicking off with morning jogs along secluded beaches. Stop by at a bijou beach cafe and pick up a fresh smoothie whilst watching surfers whizz over waves. As the day moves on, pad around local farmer’s markets, picking up artisanal ingredients, pop into cult stores and brush up your sailing aboard a rented vessel. When it comes to eating out, Cornwall has a smorgasbord of excellent restaurants, from ultra-cool joints with starlet chefs, to casual spaces with just-caught shellfish and craft cocktails. After dark, you’ll want to idle besides a roaring fire over a couple of pints, or during the summer haze, sip pimms on a buzzy pub terrace, moving onto bars with live music. Lifestyle here is the big draw, that and its addictive laidback and welcoming vibe. You’d be mad to miss out on a buying a new home in Cornwall. Think it’s out of reach? Then think again.
So you want a piece of Cornwall’s enviable lifestyle?
House prices have rocketed in some of the key holiday hotspots. But look to some of the towns on-the-up where housing developments are shaping up the residential scene, many of which offer the shared ownership scheme for first-time buyers. One of the big gun developments that’s making people sit up and take notice is the regeneration of Bodmin – a massive project, set to boost the town’s economic growth with an influx of new residents and local enterprise. With new collection of homes in Bodmin and Cambourne that looks set to attract a lot of interest, buy a place here and you’ll have gorgeous beaches and tumbling countryside on your doorstep, but also all the handy conveniences these locations have to offer.