Off A390 Truro Road, St Austell, Cornwall PL25 5HJ
Great transport links
Just one mile to train station and town centre
Perfect for exploring nearby beaches and coastal paths
FIND YOUR KIND OF PERFECT IN ST AUSTELL
Located on the south west side of the Cornish town of St Austell, Higher Trewhiddle offers a collection of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes in south Cornwall, all built to a high specification.
We have three beautiful show homes for you to explore. The Darwin, Hanbury and Hockney.
Higher Trewhiddle is situated among beautiful rolling hills of the ancient market town of St Austell, famous for its china clay heritage. Situated off the A390, Higher Trewhiddle is less than 30 minutes to the cathedral city of Truro. Scroll down to find out more about the local area.
Our sales centres and show homes are open on an appointment only basis to ensure you have exclusive access and our full attention. Please complete the enquiry form and our Sales Executive will be in touch to make an appointment.
Luxury fitted kitchen & choice of worktops
Choice of tiles and bathroom finishes
Contemporary white sanitaryware
Help with buying
About the area
Pondhu Primary school
St Austell Golf Club
St Austell Town Centre
St Austell Community Hospital
St Austell is well served with good communication links; the train station has direct connections to London, Truro, Penzance and Newquay. Road links includes A30 and A390 connecting you to South Devon and the rest of Cornwall and the area is served by a regional airport at Newquay, which is 15 miles away providing domestic and European connections.
St Austell has a wealth of amenities including local independent shopping, two major supermarkets and it also home to the St Austell Brewery. The Pentewan Valley Trail is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts and families with many scenic walking and cycle paths. The world renowned Eden Project is readily accessible only 5 miles away together with Historic Charlestown, the setting for many period dramas including Poldark.
Higher Trewhiddle is close to the picturesque south Cornish coastline with stunning beaches at Porthpean and Carlyon Bay less than a 10 minute drive together with the coastal villages of Fowey and Mevagissey providing many options for days out.
For families, the town offers two good Ofsted rated primary schools close to the development and two secondary schools within driving distance serving the area.
Over £1.4 million invested
We're proud to support the St Austell community
- Education Contribution: £118,721
- Highways Contribution: £1,328,428
- Air Quality Contribution: £29,911