Highfield Park, Bodmin
An impressive development of fifty six new homes on the edge of Bodmin
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Located in the heart of Cornwall and crossed by the ancient Saints Way running from north to south of the County and used by merchants from Wales, Ireland and France, the historic town of Bodmin has a fascinating past. With the distinction of being the only large Cornish settlement in the Doomsday Book in 1086, the town was, from the middle ages, an important wool and tin trading centre and market town.
The town is now a thriving centre offering a comprehensive range of facilities, including schools and a college, a good range of shops and major supermarkets, and has become something of a hub in the local area. Located at the junction of the A38 and A30, with a station on the main Paddington to Penzance railway line, the town has expanded due to its increasingly accessible location. With good road links to St. Austell (13 miles), Truro (25 miles) and Plymouth (31 miles), Bodmin is ideally placed for easy travel to all parts of Cornwall and beyond.
The town of Bodmin is located on the edge of Bodmin Moor, an area offering almost boundless opportunities for keen walkers and cyclists – in itself a rugged and wild expanse in which to enjoy superb scenery, plants, wildlife and, with its official Dark Sky Landscape designation, a wonderful place for stargazing.