Buyers in Newquay should look no further than Taylor Wimpey's new development, Trevenson Meadows.

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  • Situated less than two miles from the coast and close to beautiful open countryside, Trevenson Meadows offers the perfect location for buyers seeking a modern, chic new home in a vibrant seaside location.

    Janine Davey, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey in Exeter, said: "We're delighted to be bringing a new collection of high quality homes to Newquay. As this is currently the only Taylor Wimpey development in the town, we've already experienced a high level of interest from house hunters looking for their dream home by the magnificent Cornish coastline.

    "The homes on offer have been designed to appeal to a variety of purchasers with varying budgets and requirements, so we're confident that they'll be something for everyone. The homes are currently available to buy off-plan so if you're interested in making the move, why not pay us a visit to find out more."

    When complete, Trevenson Meadows will transform the land, which was purchased in conjunction with developer Silex Land, into a collection of two, three and four bedroom homes in an excellent location in the popular costal town of Newquay.

    There are numerous amenities on the doorstep including supermarkets, bars and restaurants as well attractions such as Newquay Zoo and the Blue Reef Aquarium. For walkers and cyclists, the tranquillity of Bodmin Moor is nearby to enjoy or, for the more adventurous, there is the opportunity to try water sports in the surfing capital of Britain.

    For commuters, Newquay has good road, rail and air links with access to the A30, A38 and M5 as well as Newquay Railway Station and Newquay and Cornwall Airport.

    Currently available is a collection of two, three and four bedroom homes with prices starting from just £154,995.

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