Buy A New Home In Cornwall
Homes for sale in Cornwall
Does owning your perfect home in the dreamy location of Cornwall feel out of reach? With Shared Ownership you can realise your ambitions of becoming a homeowner sooner than you may have thought. Cornwall is a beautiful county which offers plenty to do whether you are a surf enthusiast, history buff or simply enjoy a nice walk on the beach. With plenty to do both on the coast and in-land, Cornwall is a wonderful location for families and young homeowners alike.
Aster have new homes and apartments for sale and for you to buy through the Help To Buy Shared Ownership scheme. Would you like to buy a 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 bedroom new build home in Cornwall. See all our homes for sale by clicking our development pages above.
Take one step closer to living in a stunning Shared Ownership home through the amazing sales team at Aster Group. Our awesome Sales Negotiator for Cornwall is Megan Cross, contact her today!
Through Help To Buy South, we are able to offer 5% deposits on our Shared Ownership properties for sale. So, if the a 40% share costs £100,000 then your deposit could be as little as £5,000. It really is that simple (and no you don't have to share with anyone else, except maybe your partner, children or the cat).
Where is Cornwall?
Located in South West England, Cornwall borders Devon to the East and the Celtic Sea and English Channel to its South and West. Cornwall’s positioning means it boasts the end of the UK – Lands’ End and the Southernmost point – Lizard Point.
Perfect for those who love the coast as Cornwall has an impressive coast line – from the busy coast of Newquay to the quieter beaches surrounding picturesque Padstow.
What to do in Cornwall
When you think of Cornwall we bet the first thing that comes to mind is the sea, right? Well that is true – this county is home to many amazing beaches with a north and south coast which boast their own characteristics. The beautiful coastline means you have plenty of natural beauty to explore.
However, on the off chance you’ve exhausted this county’s outstanding beauty – there is plenty to do in terms of history and family fun. From water-parks to go-karting Cornwall offers plenty for families and adults of all ages (you’re never too old to enjoy a good water-park after all).
If history is your thing, there are many historical spots across the county – including mines, castles and museums. Cornwall has a vast and interesting history as one of the Celtic nations.
Where to go in Cornwall
There is so much to do in Cornwall, you really will be spoilt for choice – but with years to spend enjoying your new Shared Ownership home you will have time to do and see all this amazing county has to offer.
Truro, Cornwall’s only city is a great outing for those who want a taste of the city life – to do some shopping and enjoy the buzz of the busy city streets. Alternatively, for those who want to experience Cornwall’s nightlife – Newquay is a hotspot for nightlife, which is why it is a tourist favourite.
If you fancy yourself a fan of the finer things in life, Cornwall has plenty of fine dining restaurants – including a variety of seafood haunts so you can sample some of the county’s best offerings.
You can easily get from place to place using Cornwall’s extensive bus network or if you prefer rail travel, many of Cornwall’s coastal towns are connected by rail. Of course, the preferred transport method in Cornwall is by car – but with an ever-expanding transport network you don’t need to worry.