Hus, the logical choice for an estate agent in Falmouth
Recently voted the fourth best place to live in the UK, Falmouth has established itself, not only as being a maritime centre, but also a thriving hub of culture and art. You’ll find everything from brightly coloured working boats to super-yachts bobbing up and down in the stunning natural harbour. The influence of its maritime heritage can be seen in its many events such as The Tall Ships Festival, Henri Lloyd Falmouth Week and the popular Oyster Festival in October. It is also home to a prestigious University which excels in media, art and design, which means that the town itself is a-buzz with creativity and a very good arts scene.
Nearby are 3 beautiful sandy beaches, each with its own popular beach cafe. Surrounding Falmouth is an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ (AONB) and includes the beautiful Trebah and Glendurgan Gardens. All in all, Falmouth is a popular town with something for everyone and richly deserves its place in the limelight.
What people who live there have to say:
“We wanted to move somewhere that was vibrant year round, offered a great selection of restaurants and sailing amenities and allowed my husband to play golf whenever he liked. Falmouth wasn't originally on our list but we love it here more than anywhere we've ever lived” Mr& Mrs Pulley
Tesco, Sainsburys, The Natural Store , Willow & Stone, Sweet Pea and Betty, Trago Mills
Gylly Beach, Rick Stein’s Fish and Chips , Amanzi, Hunkydory, Espressini, Dolly’s Tea Rooms
Falmouth Sports Club , The Core Gym, Ships and Castles Gym and Pool
Swanpool Beach 1.5 miles
Maenporth Beach 3 miles
Falmouth Golf Club, Budock Vean Golf Club
Falmouth Railway station (connects with Truro on the mainline to Paddington)
42mins (17 miles) from A30 the main arterial route through Cornwall
1 hr (29 miles) to Newquay Airport
Regular ferry from Falmouth to St Mawes
Pendennis Castle, National Maritime Museum, Trebah Garden, Glendurgan Gardens, Falmouth Art Gallery