Would you love to have a home of your own in Truro but assume you can’t afford it? Enter Shared Ownership! We have stunning 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes for sale now. There’s nothing quite like the ownership thing, so read on to find out more.
Where is Copperfields?
This fantastic new development is set between the charming Cornish coastline and countryside, just outside Truro - Cornwall’s ‘capital city!’ With its outstanding architecture, history, culture, ongoing festival programmes and shopping, there’s never a dull moment in Truro.
There’s a strong café culture, an array of food markets, independent traders and boutique bookshops to fab delicatessens and designer interiors. There’s also a range of quality nurseries and state and independent schools, as well as Truro College – ideal for growing families.
Copperfields is just one mile away from Truro centre and has great road links to the rest of the region via the A390. The local train station is only a mile away and offers regular connections to Bristol, London Paddington, Plymouth and Edinburgh.
Things to do
There’s so much to do in Truro and the surrounding areas – go online to be inspired. In the meantime, here’s a snapshot.
From cafes to cocktails, you name it, Truro has it, and is famous for being the best shopping in the south.
Only 26 minutes away from Truro, along the A39, Falmouth is a coastal town known for its deep natural harbour and lovely beaches like Swanpool and Gyllngvase.
From its famous beaches where waves from the Atlantic create strong surf, to the Blue Reef Aquarium, there’s so much to do in Newquay, and its just 13.5 miles away along the B3284.
With its charming mixture of 18th century sea captain’s cottages, local shops, inns and popular surfing beaches, St Agnes is just a short drive away from Copperfields.
Perfect for surfing, snorkelling, sailing and generally splashing around, Perranporth Beach is known for its miles of golden sand, dunes and huge surf.
Royal Cornwall Museum
This wonderful museum has objects that reveal Cornwall’s history – from prehistoric times through to industrial triumphs – there’s even an Egyptian mummy!
This magnificent cathedral soars over the city skyline and illustrates Truro’s prosperity in the 19th century.
Reviewed on Trip Advisor as ‘the best place to get ice cream!’ Callestick Farm is a great day out for the whole family.
Healeys Cyder Farm
This fantastic cyder farm is steeped in history and has been brewing award-winning ciders, wines and juices for over 25 years – a great day out for everyone.
Truro Farmers Market
The farmers market is held twice a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays in the town centre – where you can enjoy the best of Cornwall’s local produce.
With Shared Ownership, you buy a 25% to 75% share in the property and pay Aster rent on the remaining bit. When you’re able to do so, you buy more shares, which eventually leads to outright home ownership.
There’s nothing quite like the ownership thing. So, pick up the phone and talk to me, Meg, today!
*While we endeavour to make our property descriptions and plans fair, accurate and reliable, they are only a general guide to the property and may be subject to change.
*Price based on 40% Shared Ownership and a 95% LTV mortgage. Shared Ownership homes are bought as leasehold properties, for more information speak to our team.