St. Agnes is a large coastal village ten miles south west of Newquay which supports many indenpdent shops and businesses. Tucked away in a stunning unspoilt position St. Agnes is within an Area of Outstanding natural beauty and a designated World Heritage Site.
Local industry has included farming, fishing and mining but St Agnes is now a picturesque village more reliant upon tourism.
Steeped in mining history, the village retains a friendly Cornish atmosphere with four different beaches and dramatic coastal walks with relics from the past. Including the iconic Wheal Coates engine house and the nearby Blue Tin mine.
Regular calendar events include the legendary Bolster Festival, St Agnes Carnival and the World Bellyboarding Championships, to one-off events, coffee mornings and market days.
Easy access to the A30 and Truro ensures that property in St Agnes is popular with home buyers who commute into Treliske hospital and the city centre, thus ensuring that house prices remain high compared to other nearby coastal villages. Particularly, as it also appeals to second home buyers and those wishing to retire to this beautiful county.
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