Established over 50 years ago, Miller Countrywide is one of the largest and certainly one of the very best known Residential Estate Agencies in the South West of England. The company operates from 30 Offices and Specialist Departments from St Ives in the extreme West of Cornwall to Exmouth on the East Devon coast.
Our Specialist Departments handle exclusively the marketing and sale of waterside and country homes and also farms, smallholdings and land. The Truro Waterside & Country Homes Department was established in 1986 to handle the sale of the more interesting, distinctive and exclusive properties in the country and by the water. In Cornwall, Miller Countrywide is and has been without question the market leader in this sector for a number of years.
The Counties of Devon and Cornwall continue to be extremely popular as an area for the purchase of second and holiday homes. Over recent years, interest from these types of prospective purchasers, alongside that of local people, has ensured that demand within the market has been and remains strong.
Miller Countrywide’s main strength, however, is in its network of large, main street Residential Offices located in prominent positions in most principal towns, coastal resorts and within the cities of Truro, Plymouth and Exeter. You will see our distinctive green and yellow house shaped boards on many hundreds of properties, of many differing styles and in all price ranges. In addition to our extensive range of local Offices, we are part of Countrywide plc which is the largest Estate Agency Group in the United Kingdom with over 1100 Offices countrywide. We register many thousands of potential purchasers each month and are uniquely placed, not only to provide probably the widest range of properties for sale in Devon and Cornwall, but also have access to interest from the highest number of ready and able purchasers.
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Camborne is a town some 5 miles from the North Coast of Cornwall providing access to miles of sandy beaches and is well place for access to all the major transport routes throughout the County.
The last working tin mining town in Cornwall, Camborne provides an extensive range of shopping and leisure facilities. Educational facilities in the town include the well renowned Camborne School of Mines and Cornwall College, both attracting local and international students. The town’s most famous figure was Richard Trevithick who was born in the nearby village of Brea in 1771 and invented the high pressure road and rail locomotive. His achievements are celebrated annually in April when “Trevithick Day” provides family entertainment for locals and visitors alike with a parade of steam engines through the town centre.
Camborne is bordered by a number of semi-rural villages including Penponds, Baripper and Kehelland, and with Tehidy Country Park and Golf Course just over a mile away, Camborne has a great deal to offer people from all walks of life.