Coast @ Perranporth
Cornwall TR6 0HF


2, 3, 4 & 5 bedroom houses



Coming Soon: Houses for sale in Perranporth, less than 1 mile from the centre of town

Located less than a mile from the centre of town, Linden Homes are pleased to announce this stunning collection of 36 contemporary 2, 3, 4 & 5 bedroom homes for sale in Perranporth. Beautifully designed with the local area in mind, this seaside town has 3 miles of golden sand and scenic cliff walks to enjoy, making it the ideal place to call home, whatever your family requirements. Many of these new homes in Perranporth will enjoy stunning sea views, and will also have access to some of the county’s most picturesque coastline, and the A30. With an Oftsed rated ‘Good’ primary school close to home, a good amount of amenities available in town, and a mainline train station a handful of miles away, it’s easy to see why Perranporth is a great choice.

Each home at Perranporth has been created with the careful and skillful design and premium specification you would expect from Linden Homes.

Making a home at Perranporth yours will give you;

  • A stunning new home, close to good local amenities and the coast
  • Simple access to Newquay, Falmouth and Truro
  • Good links to the A30 and A3075

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All the benefits of town and coast are within easy reach

A home at Perranporth is a home that puts the picturesque Cornish coastline on your doorstep. All the beauty of Perranporth's spectacular golden sandy beach is yours to enjoy, with the coastal lifestyle and all it has to offer. The sea views from many of our new homes in Perranporth bring this spectacular location into its own. And when you have to leave your coastal haven, car journeys for commuters and day trippers alike to numerous locations in the south west and beyond are simple, as are trips by train. Add to this the city of Truro being under 10 miles away from your front door and it's clear to see why Perranporth is such a popular seaside town.

What’s in Perranporth?

  • Dramatic coastline
  • Exciting live music scene

The simple access to the beach makes our new homes in Perranporth truly spectacular - and what a beach it is. Boasting 3 miles of golden sand and a popular surfing location, this is Cornish coastal living at its finest. Home to The Watering Hole, the UK's only bar on the beach, enjoy a glass of wine on the sand while you take in the sensational surroundings. Hosting live music events all year round and with a simple menu befitting the location, The Watering Hole fully embraces the dream and atmosphere of life on the beach. Adding to the idyllic beach vibe is Tunes in the Dunes - three days of live music on Perranporth beach held in June. Another great way to absorb the stunning views of the coastline is a round of golf at Perranporth Golf Club. Offering some of the finest links golf in the South West of England and with the extensive golden sands below, the views are worthy of the excellent value green fee alone. Property in Perranporth also benefits from close proximity to a range of shops and amenities to make everyday living simple.

Those with primary school-age children searching for property for sale in Perranporth will be half a mile from the well-regarded Perranporth Community Primary School. Rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted, and with the value of ‘Inspiring learning everyday’, the school provides co-education to children aged 4 to 11. The school is set within spacious grounds, and it’s this space that allows for two play areas, a large field, an adventure playground and an area specifically for storytelling.

If you are thinking about independent education, Truro School is a co-educational day and boarding school for pupils aged 3-18, and is approximately 9 miles from home.

What will I find close to Perranporth?

  • St Agnes and its Heritage Coast
  • Reliable road and rail transport links

Close to home, and part of ‘Poldark Country’ is the stunning village of St. Agnes and its popular Heritage Coast. St Agnes has an extensive mining history and is currently the UK’s last remaining production centre of tin. Taking a trip to the village will make for a great day out, with a good selection of independent shops, cafes and restaurants to take advantage of. There is an abundance of green, open space close to the centre of the village too, as well as St. Agnes Beacon, a historical landmark that allows visitors some stunning views of the local area and the coast. A short distance from the village is the St. Agnes Heritage Coast. Consisting of beaches, coves and clifftops, there is a lot to discover about this corner of the county. It has been a nationally designated protected area for more than 30 years, and the site protects approximately 40 different species of mammals and amphibians. Thousands of visitors come to the area every year to enjoy and experience everything this part of the Cornish coast has to offer. And with a coastal path being easily accessible, those searching for a day out with a difference will find it just a short drive away from these new build houses.

Perranporth is ideally placed for commuters who need to reach other parts of the county and beyond. The A3075 is a short drive away and allows for simple access to the A30. These roads will take you to a good number of destinations, including Camborne (12 miles), Hayle (18 miles), St. Ives (24 miles) and Bodmin (30 miles). A number of other roads connect to the A30 towards Exeter, which then connects to the M5 for Somerset, Dorset and Wiltshire locations; and the A38 at Bodmin allows for easy journeys to Liskeard and Plymouth.

For rail travel, Truro station is the closest to Perranporth, at just over 6 miles away. Commuters and day trippers will find journeys to locations including Falmouth Docks and Par (both 25 minutes), Penzance (45 minutes) and Newquay (approximately 1 hour 30 minutes) simple. London Paddington can also be reached in around 4 hours 40 minutes, with a sleeper service available that takes 6 hours 30 minutes.

What will I find beyond Perranporth?

  • Newquay and Newquay Zoo
  • Goss Moor National Nature Reserve

At only 10 miles away by car is the vibrant town of Newquay. This is one of the county’s most famous and popular seaside resorts and welcomes thousands upon thousands of visitors and holidaymakers throughout the year. Newquay harbour is full of history, from the Cornish tin mining industry to commercial fishing. Although fishing is now on a smaller scale, it is still active here, and many of the local restaurants benefit from a variety of fresh fish on their menus. The beaches here are probably the most popular with tourists, and there are a number of surf schools to seek out, if you want to get active for an hour or two instead of sunbathing. The town is host to a number of events during the year, including Carnival Week, a Fish Festival, Harbour Sports Day and, for those who like something a little freaky, a Halloween Zombie Crawl. Heading further into town and you’ll find a vast number of high street and independent shops, as well as cafes, pubs, bars and restaurants to choose from. Although Newquay is renowned for its vast number of watersports, other activities including walking, cycling and hiking are on offer too. For entertainment, there is a cinema and a popular theatre, where you can enjoy live music and performances all year round.

Another activity that will be a popular choice with all the family is Newquay Zoo. Located just a short walk from the centre of Newquay, there are more than 130 species of mammals and birds to discover over 5 hectares of space. Once you have seen the big cats, penguins, zebras and everything in between, the zoo also has some beautiful sub-tropical gardens to explore, as well as an Oriental garden and a Cornish dragon maze. There is a café and a restaurant to stop at for something to eat and drink, each with different menus so all tastes are catered for.

Just under 20 miles from Perranporth is the Goss Moor National Nature Reserve. With areas of dry and wet heathland, fen and open water, there is much for visitors to explore and plenty of stunning views of the local area to enjoy. The different habitats to be found here are home to some of the country’s rarest species of butterflies and moths, so you could discover something very rare on a visit here.

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