Meadow View, St Tudy
A brand new development of 2 & 3 bedroom houses, available for shared ownership.
Meadow View, St. Tudy in North Cornwall is our newest offering of affordable homes, especially designed for local people to get that all-important foot on the property ladder. Meadow View is the perfect place to set down roots and call home whether you currently or previously live or work in the area.
Meadow View is situated within the tranquil village of St. Tudy approximately 8.5 miles due north of the town of Bodmin and about 7 miles to the north Cornish coastline. It’s an idyllic and much sought after location set amidst some of the most stunning scenery anywhere within the county of Cornwall.
Two bed house - Plot 7
100% Value = From £190,000
25% Share = From £47,500
Rent pcm = From £296.88
Service Charge = £28.08
EPC - B81
Three bed house - Plot 12
100% Value = From £215,000
25% Share = From £53,750
Rent pcm = From £335.95
Service Charge = £30.48
EPC - B82
The pretty village of St.Tudy lies within the heart of north Cornwall. It is central to both the outstanding beauty of Bodmin Moor and the rugged charm of historic coastal haunts such as Padstow, Port Isaac and Tintagel.
The nearby towns of Wadebridge and Bodmin offer a great choice of amenities whilst the coastal destinations are among some of the best anywhere within the country. There are breathtaking walks and cycling routes close by across moorlands and cliff tops.
The cathedral city of Truro is 31 miles away offering the largest shopping centre in the county whilst the larger city of Plymouth is 39 miles away.
These homes will be sold subject to a Section 106 Local Connection criterion. To qualify for one of these homes, you will need to hold the following connections to either the primary parish of St Tudy or the secondary parishes of St Mabyn, St Kew, St Teath, Michaelstow, St Breward and Bisland (with priority given to those with a local connection to the primary parish):
- Being a permanent resident for a continuous period of at least three years prior to advertising of the scheme.
- Being a previous resident for a continuous period of at least five years prior to advertising
- Having your permanent place of work within the local area for a continuous period of at least three years prior to the date of advertising
- Having a close family member being a permanent resident for a period of at least five years immediately prior to the date of advertising