Tregunnel Hill offers an exceptional chance to acquire a new CG Fry & Son home in the vibrant Cornish town of Newquay, a short walk from the world famous beaches and all the facilities of the town centre.
Tregunnel Hill - a unique location
Newquay has always had a character of its own, from its earliest beginnings as a Cornish fishing village. By Edwardian times it had become a fashionable resort, its grand hotels offering well-to-do holidaymakers the chance to spend some time in the romantic far west. But it was in the 1960s, when the sport of surfing first came to the UK, that Newquay began to establish its unique character as Britain's capital of beach culture. Cornwall, where Atlantic swells hit long sandy beaches, became Britain's surfing destination, and Newquay was its focal point.
The town's beaches still draw thousands of surfers, but many more glorious coves and beaches are to be found just up the coast in both directions, and inland lies miles of unspoiled walking country.
A marriage of traditional workmanship and the latest building techniques.
Energy efficient homes built to the highest standards and carefully designed to be in keeping with the Cornish architectural heritage, Local slate and granite feature throughout the development.
Built in a time-honoured style, the new homes take their cue in design terms from the area's traditional buildings, but modern thinking and new techniques mean 21st century standards of energy efficiency, comfort and security.
The reputation that westcountry builders C G Fry & Son have gained over the years has come from real quality of design and construction, and the Fry homes at Tregunnel Hill embody all the quality and attention to detail that buyers know they can take for granted.
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C G Fry & Son are widely known for their work in conjunction with the Duchy of Cornwall, notably at Poundbury in Dorset, the development overseen by Prince Charles.
Tregunnel Hill, created on land owned by the Duchy, aims to set a benchmark for sustainable development in Cornwall, with a commitment to use locally sourced materials and traditional trades and to minimise carbon emissions. Traditional local materials with a low environmental impact have been used wherever possible. Cornish Slate and Granite feature in the construction of the traditionally styled houses at Tregunnel Hill, designed to fit with the local scene.
Road transport links with the rest of the UK are now excellent, after extensive trunk road improvements in recent years. Newquay's rail station provides a connection with London Paddington, and Newquay airport, four miles to the north-east, offers more travel options.
In terms of schools, Newquay is very well served. With the town's primary schools all having been rated by Ofsted as good or outstanding. Both of the town's secondary schools have been rated outstanding by Ofsted. They are Newquay Tretherras, a state funded academy with specialist Technology College status, and Treviglas College, a specialist Business and Enterprise College. The local higher education campus, Cornwall College Newquay, is a member of the Combined Universities in Cornwall partnership. It offers foundation degree courses in Zoological Conservation, Marine Aquaculture, Animal Science and Wildlife Education and Media.
Care and flair from C G Fry & Son
From the first, craftsmanship and quality have been the hallmarks of C G Fry and Son's work, marrying traditional workmanship with modern materials and techniques. The company has always set out to build individual homes in harmony with existing local architecture and featuring local materials.
Fry's major part in the building of Prince Charles's Poundbury development at Dorchester created a world showcase for the company's design and excellence of finish. The focus, however, remains firmly on the quality of each new home and the needs of the individual customer.
Finishing touches are also important. All the homes built by C G Fry feature high quality internal specification, with excellent kitchen and bathroom fittings. If you reserve at an early stage there may be the opportunity to make the property even more individual with various upgrades that are available.
More information about Tregunnel Hill, as well as other C G Fry developments throughout the west country, can be found online at www.cgfry.co.uk
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All artist's impressions, illustrations and dimensions are for general information only and do not form part of any contract. Wall and roof finishes and window details may be subject to alteration during construction. Accordingly, purchasers should satisfy themselves as to specific plot details with our sales staff.
First phase now all sold, Second phase released
Show home open 10am - 4 pm Thursday to Monday, phone our sales team for more information on 01637 871694 or 07582072784
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