Heatherfields - Penwithick, St Austell, Cornwall - COMPLETED


Penwithick is on the outskirts of St Austell in mid Cornwall and benefits from easy access via a recently constructed new road to its outskirts. The village, which is on the edge of rolling moorland, has a local general store and post office, food takeaway, church and leisure facilities.

Heatherfields is within easy walking distance of all facilities in Penwithick, and is located on an attractive development with many properties having fine views across open countryside and to the moors beyond.



  • Cottage stone finish with traditional features including natural slate sills and low maintenance coloured render.
  • UPVC low maintenance fascias
  • UPVC down pipes and gutters
  • UPVC double glazed windows and French casement doors with 10 year warranty, security locks and Pilkington energy efficient K. glass
  • Outstandingly well-insulated homes substantially more efficient than current building regulations for thermal heat loss
  • Many gardens designed to give maximum privacy, with private decking areas
  • Traditional feature style entrance doors
  • Brick paved parking spaces and front footpaths.


  • Ash finish internal doors throughout, with decorative mouldings and brass door furniture
  • British Standard high security locking to entrance doors
  • Quality ventilation / extraction facility designed to increase efficiency
  • Softwood staircases with turned ballustrades.
  • Twyfords bathroom and guest cloakroom suites, with choice of soft cream or white sanitaryware
  • Redring electric shower
  • Choice of ceramic tiles from extensive range*
  • Full range of fitted kitchen furniture supplied by Grovewood Kitchens, comprising extensive choice of frontals and work surfaces from range* Stainless steel one and a half bowl sink unit, fitted Stoves or Ignis oven, hob and integrated hood.

*Choice dependent on stage of construction

NHBC Buildmark 10 year warranty


The thriving town of St Austell is close to hand with its extensive range of shops, superstores and other retail facilities. The area is well served with primary and secondary schools and further education establishments.

Local facilities also include a good choice of hotels and restaurants, sports facilities, churches and other public amenities.

The South Cornish coastline is a few minutes away, offering easy access to a wide selection of sandy beaches, including Carlyon Bay, Duporth and Porthpean. Outstanding areas of beauty and interest are also to hand including the world-renowned Eden Project which is little more than five minutes drive. The historic and scenic port of Charlestown with its ancient harbour is also nearby.

Truro is just 20 minutes away by car and Plymouth less than an hour's drive. St Austell benefits from a mainline railway station and there are also good road and air links to other parts of the UK and beyond.


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Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the details contained within this website, purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise that they are correct. These particulars are not intended to be used to form any part of a contract, and should not be regarded as such. Selleck Nicholls Ltd. reserve the right to alter the specification at any time in the interests of continuous improvement.

Prices are correct at time of publish, but may be subject to revision.