A stunning development of brand new 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes with garages and private gardens, all in the picturesque town of Duporth which is set in a fantastic sloping woodland valley leading down to a pebbly beach, reached by steps cut into the rugged Cornish cliffs.
On a summer's day the cove has a real Mediterranean feel to it and from time to time dolphins appear in the bay.
An Arvor is close to the delightful old market town of St.
Austell which provides plenty of amenities for day to day living.
These new homes are ideal for first time buyers, home movers, investors, or as a holiday home.
About the area
From An Arvor take a pleasant stroll to Charlestown, a historic working port, often used for filming period dramas, where there is a wide range of restaurants and pubs, great for watching the sunset over St Austell Bay.
Just about all the county's myriad attractions are within an hour's drive of St Austell, from the spectacular Land's End to the peace of Bodmin Moor.
For great family days out, visit the Eden Project or the Goonhilly Satellite Earth Station.
The ocean dominates many leisure activities here too.
Pick up your fishing rod, take a paddle or enjoy some of the world's best surfing available close by.
An Arvor, in Duporth, is a delightful development, situated in a woodland setting with a pedestrian access to Duporth beach. It's the perfect place to start a brand new life, so look forward to life in a new 4 bedroom house with double garage and landscaped garden
in a picture postcard setting.
Taylor Wimpey is proud to say we were awarded 5 stars for customer satisfaction 2012 by the Home Builder's Federation!Education
Families with children have plenty of schools to choose from too, including Mount Charles Primary School and Penrice Community College.Leisure
There's so much to see and do in South East Cornwall and opportunities for exciting days out are plentiful. Discover beautiful beaches, rugged cliffs, picturesque fishing villages, lively resorts, unrivalled scenic walks, theme parks, welcoming pubs, art, culture and history. If sport is more your thing, leisure activities are in abundance. Golf fans can tee off at Porthpean or Carlyon Bay Golf Courses and Polkyth Leisure Centre provides plenty of activities for the whole family. Shopping
The old market town of St. Austell provides plenty of amenities for day to day living and is the perfect base for exploring the Cornish Riviera. Traditional and new come together perfectly in the town. Explore the ancient, narrow streets and smart pedestrian precincts with fine shops.Transport
St Austell is well connected for local and national travel. The town has its own railway station with regular services to neighbouring towns and the mainline network beyond. For the driver, the main A30, A38 and A39 routes provide fast connections in both easterly and westerly directions, the A38 leading to the M5 at Exeter.