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At Copper Beech you’ll find a wonderfully convenient location, perfectly placed for all Wadebridge has to offer.
Copper Beech offers a range of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes situated within the centre of this popular market town.
Perfectly placed for everything you need, just a short walk and you’re in the town’s pedestrianised centre, where shopping is excellent. A range of big name retailers are set alongside an eclectic mix of local independent shops, including many art and craft shops and some great galleries.
Wadebridge is home to some of the area’s most exciting events, such as the Royal Cornwall Show and an annual internationally acclaimed folk festival.
An exciting redevelopment of the riverside includes several new shops and businesses, while the town has a charming selection of cafés, pubs and restaurants, plus a small independent cinema, The Regal, founded over 80 years ago.
Copper Beech is just a 2 minute walk from the Wadebridge and Camel doctors surgery. For keeping fit, the local leisure centre offers a host of facilities including swimming pool, sports hall, fitness suite and squash court. It also hosts a number of the town’s sports clubs, while other local activities include golf, sailing, fishing and surfing.
The Camel Trail, Betjeman Country and some of Cornwall’s finest beaches within easy reach.
Located on the River Camel, just 5 miles from the coast, Wadebridge is the perfect place from which to explore the north Cornish countryside, as well as being the gateway to the beautiful scenery and stunning beaches of Rock and Polzeath.
The famous Camel Trail, a walk and cycleway that has replaced the old railway tracks from Bodmin to Padstow, runs through the town. Hugely popular with tourists, you’ll find attractive scenery and plenty of wildlife to be enjoyed along this riverside trail. It’s also a very pleasant, traffic free way to walk or cycle to Padstow and the coast, or inland through wooded valleys to Bodmin and the moor.
This is Betjeman Country, the landscape so lovingly evoked in some of the poet’s most famous works.
He is buried at nearby St Enodoc Church and the John Betjeman Centre, at the former Wadebridge Railway Station, celebrates his life.
A perfect location for getting out and about.
Copper Beech is just a few minutes from the town centre and only a mile from the main A39 that now bypasses the town.
By road, it’s just 7 miles from Padstow and 8 miles from Bodmin, while there is easy access to the A30, A38 and M5. Local bus services are good, while the nearest mainline railway station is Bodmin Parkway, 10 miles from Copper Beech, from where there are regular services to Plymouth, Exeter and London. The airport at Newquay is just 12 miles away.
A perfect place for families, good schools are available in the town, from preschool to sixth form.