The 8 best places to live in Cornwall
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The most south-westerly county in the UK, Cornwall has more than 400 miles of beautiful coastline with a multitude of places to live, from tiny quirky fishing villages right the way through to large towns with period properties. Jam-packed with interesting businesses, entrepreneurial types and a thriving art and theatre community, Cornwall offers a year-round cultural and foodie lifestyle.
Soft white sands, sparkling clean waters, restaurants, water sports, sailing... need we go on? But be warned, you won't be getting much change from £1m, it's not nicknamed Chelsea-on-Sea for nothing.
This laid back, pretty waterside university town has an arty feel and has an attractive town centre, surrounded by beautiful Cornish countryside.
This brand-new village on the edge of Newquay is perfectly placed for families, surfers and those who want to live in Cornwall but need the ability to easily travel back to London for work.
Fowey (to rhyme with joy and it really is) is more than just a yachtie harbour tucked into Cornwall’s south coast - it’s fast becoming a highlight on the Cornish foodie scene and continuing to attract creatives and artists.
If you're after a stylish and relaxed lifestyle with plenty of shops but favour an urban location over coastal, Truro is the place for you.
Often overlooked, what St Austell lacks in chocolate box cuteness it makes up for in good schools, reasonably priced property and urban essentials including a hospital - that said, the surrounding villages are beautiful, with prices to match.
St Agnes (or Aggie to the locals) is a close knit but welcoming coastal community in the heart of Poldark country. You don't have to be surf mad to live here, but if you (or your kids) are, life centres round the excellent surfing beaches.
A bustling quirky harbourside town with a vibrant arts culture, Penzance offers seaside living at (relatively) affordable prices.