Leading from Trebetherick on one side, Polzeath has seen the biggest transformation over the last 5-10 years with many of the older style bungalows being replaced with state-of-the-art architecture. The biggest performer of the areas we cover in terms of change and value, it has a huge variety of property available at all levels. Polzeath offers a diverse and exciting opportunity to secure something in this beachside resort ranging from small apartments, to million pound beach-front houses.
New Polzeath is ironically the older part of Polzeath and just a short walk across the beach or a drive away. It holds some of the largest frontline properties and is again sparse in development. Introductory values are high with more accessible opportunities set back from the front. It hosts the Atlantic House Polzeath, which provides a bar and restaurant run by Harbour Brewing and a large terrace to enjoy some of the best sundowners on the North Cornwall Coast.
According to Right Move, last year most property sales in Polzeath involved detached properties which sold for on average £1,370,500. Flats sold for an average of £338,500, with terraced properties fetching £695,000. Polzeath, with an overall average price of £919,818 was less expensive than nearby Rock (£1,038,630), but much higher than Padstow (£576,888) and Port Isaac (£550,121). During the last year, sold prices in Polzeath were 37% up on the previous year with buyers drawn to the active outdoor lifestyle that the location affords.