Coast @ Two Coves
Peace and freedom by the sea in a wonderful new home with all the best that Cornwall has to offer on your doorstep.
Situated on an idyllic stretch of the Cornish coast, Duporth is set behind cliffs and has a secluded sandy beach, accessible by foot from Coast @ Two Coves. There’s also direct access to the South West Coast Path, surely one of the greatest coastal walks in the UK. Living in Duporth, you’ll enjoy a peaceful landscape of open fields, woodland and magnificent sea views, made even better by its close proximity to St Austell, Charlestown and a host of other sights and places of interest.
Historically, the area grew rich in the 17th and 18th centuries, based mainly on the mining of tin, copper and most importantly, china clay. Half a mile east of Coast @ Two Coves, the historic village of Charlestown is a small working port, still exporting a little china clay each year.
This picturesque setting has been a location for many films and television series over the years and today you’ll often see a number of old sailing ships anchored within the harbour, adding to the feeling of a bygone age. Charlestown has two beaches, charming pubs, restaurants, hotel and post office and it’s also home to the fascinating Shipwreck & Heritage Centre.
Peace of Mind
Personal Optional Extras
When it comes to choice, Linden Homes’ philosophy is clear, you can never have too much. We also appreciate that making the choices for your new home is an important decision and one that should be made over time and in comfort. Optional extras include: Additional ceramic tiling* Additional power point/TV/BT sockets* Integrated or freestanding appliances* Fitted wardrobes* Heated towel rail *Subject to stage of construction.
Local amenities include a community hospital, library, multi-screen cinema, bowling alley and a wide variety of bars, pubs, cafés and restaurants. The town is also famous for its beer and the St Austell Brewery offers a great tour that includes tasting. If you enjoy keeping fit, then visiting the Polkyth Leisure Centre and swimming pool, or joining a local sports club is probably for you. For keen golfers, there are golf courses at St Austell, Carlyon Bay and Porthpean.
If all you want to do is to relax and simply enjoy the calming sights and sounds of the natural environment on your doorstep, then Coast @ Two Coves is definitely the place for you. This is great walking and cycling country and in addition to the local woodlands, beach and coastal paths, there are further beaches at Carlyon Bay, Porthpean and Pentewan, each offering their own individual character. The world famous Eden Project is just over 5 miles away and provides a wonderful day out. Also within easy reach are the fishing ports of Fowey and Mevagissey, while The Lost Gardens of Heligan, Restormel Castle in Lostwithiel and Caerhays Castle, overlooking Porthluney Cove, are all well worth a visit.
In contrast to the peace and tranquillity afforded by Coast @ Two Coves’ fine location, St Austell, Cornwall’s largest town, is less than 2 miles away. Here, you’ll find a bustling town centre with good parking provision and an interesting mix of small local shops, supermarkets and well known high street names.
Many large retailers are housed within White River Place, a shopping centre on Trinity Street. Surrounding streets of smaller, more traditional shops maintain the town’s charming character. For an authentic taste of the region, why not visit one of the local markets, where you’ll find a fine selection of the area’s food and produce for sale.
Schools and education
With a host of amenities to suit all ages, families are well catered for. The town benefits from a good choice of primary and secondary schools, while a visit to the Wheal Martyn Museum & Country Park is an interesting way of exploring St Austell’s past.
- Penrice Community College - Secondary (0.6 miles)
- Mount Charles School - Primary (0.6 miles)
- Charlestown Primary School (0.9 miles)
Living at Coast @ Two Coves means that you’ll benefit from excellent transport links. By road, the A390 provides the main route east and west, while the A391 is the major route north and links with the A30. By rail, St Austell’s train station is less than 2 miles away, providing direct access to London Paddington and Plymouth. Local bus services are good, while for air travel, Newquay Airport is only 15 miles away and offers domestic and international flights to a number of destinations.
Distances are straight line measurements
From the A30 west bound
From the A30 take the A391, signposted St Austell. Continue along the A391 for 8 miles and then at the traffic lights turn right onto the A390, signposted Truro St Austell. After half a mile turn left at the traffic lights into Holmbush Arch Road, signposted Charlestown. Continue a short distance to a mini-roundabout and turn right into Church Road. At the junction at the end of the road, turn left into Charlestown Road, signposted Charlestown A3061. Opposite The Rashleigh Arms public house, turn right into Duporth Road and Coast @ Two Coves is less than half a mile on your left.
From the A390 east bound
From the A390 at Mount Charles roundabout take the 3rd exit into Charlestown Road, signposted Charlestown Carlyon Bay. After just over half a mile, turn left into Duporth Road, opposite The Rashleigh Arms public house and Coast @ Two Coves is less than half a mile on your left.
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Sunday: 10:00 - 17:00
Tel: 01726 431045 Local call rate
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