New Build Homes & Properties For Sale In Cornwall

Coast @ Two Coves - New Homes in Duporth

Duporth - Coast @ Two Coves

Orchard Way, Duporth,Cornwall PL26 6BA

2 bedroom apartments
Prices from £239,950

The Tannery - New Homes in Grampound

Grampound - The Tannery

Manor Tannery,Grampound, Cornwall TR2 4PZ

No homes available

Home @ Heartlands - New Homes in Redruth

Redruth - Home @ Heartlands

Trevenson Road, Pool, Cornwall TR15 3PS

1 bedroom apartments
Prices from £99,950

College Farm - New Homes in Penryn

Penryn - College Farm

College Hill, Penryn, Cornwall TR10 8LG

2 bedroom apartments and 3 & 4 bedroom houses
Prices from £219,950

Boslowen - New Homes in Camborne

Camborne - Boslowen

Foundry Road, Camborne, Cornwall TR14 8RY

2 bedroom apartments and 2, 3 & 4 bedroom houses
Prices from £114,950

Three Rivers - New Homes in Truro

Truro - Three Rivers

Malpas Road, Truro, Cornwall TR1 1UE

2 bedroom apartments and 3 bedroom houses
Prices from £219,950

coming soon
Shortlanesend - New Homes in Truro

Truro - Shortlanesend

Carvinack Farm, Church Road, Shortlanesend, Truro, Cornwall TR4 9EZ

2, 3 & 4 bedroom houses

coming soon
Wadebridge - New Homes in Cornwall

Cornwall - Wadebridge

Wadebridge, Trevanion Road, Cornwall PL27 7NU

2, 3 & 4 bedroom houses

coming soon
Tregea Parc II - New Homes in Portreath

Portreath - Tregea Parc II

Feadon Lane, Portreath, Cornwall TR16 4TR

3 & 4 bedroom houses

Please browse our new homes in Cornwall that are current, coming soon and subject to planning by using the links above. Developments can be seen on a map view by clicking here.

Cornwall possesses some of the most pristine coastline in the entire UK. It also boasts large expanses of moorland and deeply wooded valleys. The county has a strong identity and regional heritage, and can't help but be welcoming. There are many reasons why buying a home in Cornwall is a good idea, but here are three of the best reasons to move into England's most westerly county.

Cornwall officially has the mildest and sunniest climate in Britain. This means you can spend more of your time outside, enjoying the spectacular scenery.

Because you can lead an outdoor lifestyle you can also lead an active one. Surfing and sailing is part of life in Cornwall and a great way to get stuck into the local culture. Newquay and Bude are two of the most popular surfing destinations, but if you are a beginner, the southern coast, which is more sheltered, is a better place to learn.

For budding young families Cornwall has it covered with around 30 state schools and eight independent schools as well as three sixth form colleges. The county also has a university, University College Falmouth, which focuses heavily on arts-based degrees and certificates.