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Meet the team

Jeremy Miller

Operations Partner

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I am delighted and honoured to continue the traditions of the Miller name synonymous with property in Cornwall for three generations. I am privileged to work with an exceptional group of people who I consider to be extended family and our ethos of passionate about property and people is as true today as it has ever been. Our network of branches offers a multi-disciplined business which we believe offers customers all they require whatever their property needs. I head up the commercial arm of the Company which encompasses all business and commercial requirements from Land’s End to the Devon Borders. Away from work I am just completing the south west coast path from Minehead to Poole.

Hannah Cleave

Sales Negotiator

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I was born in Truro and spent the first 24 years of my life growing up with my family in St Austell. I then took the brave step to go and explore outside the Cornish walls and moved to Bristol in 2012. Here my estate agency career started as well as experiencing the process of buying my first ever home so I can certainly empathise and help those going through the same process. I joined the Miller family in 2019 and have loved every second, my favourite part of the job is handing the keys over on completion day to new owners and seeing memories being made. Outside the office I am a huge people person and love socialising with a capital S as well as being a huge food fan indulging in all the Cornish delights

Grace Liddlcoat-Mills

Sales Negotiator

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I have lived in St. Austell from birth and know the local area extremely well. I graduated with a first class honours degree from Plymouth University, commuting from home as I did not want to leave the Cornish boarders. Since working for Millerson, my Estate Agency knowledge has developed vastly and I take pride in offering clients the very best experience whether they are buying or selling. In my spare time I love to be outside enjoying Cornwall, long walks with our two Spanish rescue dogs, Willow & Leo and spending quality time with my family.

Elisabeth Collins

Lettings Manager

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I have been working as a Lettings Negotiator for the last three years and I have loved every moment of it. I enjoy working in Lettings as I have a passion for property and I love meeting new people. I’m delighted to have joined the Millerson lettings team and I look forward to assisting both landlords and tenants in having a stress free move. I’m proud to be a part of a big Cornish family and when I’m not working you can find me walking my dog and enjoying the Cornish Countryside.

Lorinda Pearson

Lettings Negotiator

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I have previously worked for the Police Authority in Nottinghamshire for eighteen years and then graduated from University of Worcester in 2015 with a BA(Hons) in Professional Practice and moved into Teaching in 2007. This wealth of experience and knowledge gained from the Police and Education helped me move into Lettings with a family-run firm in Truro where, after two years, I brought my experience to Millerson. I am continuing to develop my knowledge and skills within Lettings and take pride in providing a first-class service for Tenants and Landlords. In my spare time, I enjoy exploring the coasts of Cornwall and raising funds for Little Harbour Children’s Hospice South West.

Sharon Hughes

Lettings Negotiator

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For ten years I worked in the Royal Logistic Corps as a staff & VIP car driver, a role which equipped me with skills for life. Whilst raising my family, I took a leap into Estate Agency in Birmingham. I joined the team as a sales administrator but my passion for the role led to me becoming multi-skilled and working in both Sales and Lettings over a period of four years. I then decided to make an even bigger change to my life and I moved to Cornwall with my husband and children, as I had been coming to Cornwall on holidays for years and I couldn’t wait to make the Cornish lifestyle my everyday reality. It was then that I joined Millerson, bringing my wealth of industry knowledge with me. Outside of work, I enjoy going on lots of holidays in my VW campervan and even our furry friend Nova the pug comes along with the family.

St Austell Office


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Why move to St Austell?

St Austell, Cornwall’s largest town, sits mid-county on the south coast. The area is home to some of Cornwall’s most recognised landmarks, including Charlestown – about a mile outside St Austell – a gem-like Georgian harbour where such delights as Poldark, Alice in Wonderland and Pirates of the Caribbean were filmed. The town’s ripe history dates back beyond times of William Cookworthy, who can be credited with Cornwall’s thriving clay industry.

The town has a good mix of independent and high street shops, offering everything from fashion to pet supplies, shoes to fancy dress. Out of town there are an Asda and a Tesco. There is more shopping at Truro, less than half an hour away.

For those who love to eat out, there are Indian, Italian and traditional British restaurants alongside plenty of great pubs and coffee shops. Nearby Fowey is home to the much-loved Sam’s – a beach restaurant offering fish, cocktails and live music.

Gardeners’ world

St Austell and the surrounding area is a paradise for plant lovers and gardeners; from the tropical plants nurtured for the Eden Project, the mysteries and surprises to be uncovered in the Lost Gardens of Heligan to the 600-plus specimens in the National Collection of Magnolias, kept in the stunning surroundings of Caerhays Castle –enough inspiration to get your green fingers tingling!

Great local schools

The St Austell area has some ‘good’ Ofsted-rated schools; Fowey Primary, St Mewan Community Primary, Whitemoor Academy and Nanpean, while Bishops Branscombe C of E School has been rated ‘outstanding’. Penrice Academy is the local secondary school and this is also ‘outstanding’. St Austell is home to the main Cornwall College campus, a Further Education college with an array of courses for those aged 16 and over.

Good transport links

Being in the middle of Cornwall means St Austell is convenient for the rest of the county. Truro is less than half an hour away and Plymouth, just over an hour.

The railway station runs regular services further in to Cornwall and to Plymouth, Reading and London Paddington and cross-country services to Birmingham, Manchester and Glasgow.

Newquay Airport is only half an hour away with routes to UK and Irish airports as well as European destinations.

Get your property valued

The Millerson St Austell team can help you whether you would like to get your property valued, find out the rental value of your home or are interested in moving to the area. We have extensive local knowledge and expertise, and are ready to help.

Millerson Sales and Letting Agent is pleased to offer a range of period and contemporary homes in and around St Austell, including houses, bungalows and apartments in town, village and rural locations to suit most budgets.

Millerson St Austell covers the town and the surrounding areas, including the villages of Charlestown, Fowey, Grampound Road, Mevagissey, Polkerris, Par and Goran Haven, all of which have road and bus links into St Austell.

If you’d like to know the value of your home, or if you would like to let your property, please use the form below to get in touch with Millerson Estate Agents.

Book a free valuation or contact us

 

Why move to St Austell?

St Austell, Cornwall’s largest town, sits mid-county on the south coast. The area is home to some of Cornwall’s most recognised landmarks, including Charlestown – about a mile outside St Austell – a gem-like Georgian harbour where such delights as Poldark, Alice in Wonderland and Pirates of the Caribbean were filmed. The town’s ripe history dates back beyond times of William Cookworthy, who can be credited with Cornwall’s thriving clay industry.

The town has a good mix of independent and high street shops, offering everything from fashion to pet supplies, shoes to fancy dress. Out of town there are an Asda and a Tesco. There is more shopping at Truro, less than half an hour away.

For those who love to eat out, there are Indian, Italian and traditional British restaurants alongside plenty of great pubs and coffee shops. Nearby Fowey is home to the much-loved Sam’s – a beach restaurant offering fish, cocktails and live music.

Gardeners’ world

St Austell and the surrounding area is a paradise for plant lovers and gardeners; from the tropical plants nurtured for the Eden Project, the mysteries and surprises to be uncovered in the Lost Gardens of Heligan to the 600-plus specimens in the National Collection of Magnolias, kept in the stunning surroundings of Caerhays Castle –enough inspiration to get your green fingers tingling!

Great local schools

The St Austell area has some ‘good’ Ofsted-rated schools; Fowey Primary, St Mewan Community Primary, Whitemoor Academy and Nanpean, while Bishop Bronescombe C of E School has been rated ‘outstanding’. Penrice Academy is the local secondary school and this is also ‘outstanding’. St Austell is home to the main Cornwall College campus, a Further Education college with an array of courses for those aged 16 and over.

Good transport links

Being in the middle of Cornwall means St Austell is convenient for the rest of the county. Truro is less than half an hour away and Plymouth, just over an hour.

The railway station runs regular services further in to Cornwall and to Plymouth, Reading and London Paddington and cross-country services to Birmingham, Manchester and Glasgow.

Newquay Airport is only half an hour away with routes to UK and Irish airports as well as European destinations.

Get your property valued

The Millerson St Austell team can help you whether you would like to get your property valued, find out the rental value of your home or are interested in moving to the area. We have extensive local knowledge and expertise, and are ready to help.

Millerson Sales and Letting Agent is pleased to offer a range of period and contemporary homes in and around St Austell, including houses, bungalows and apartments in town, village and rural locations to suit most budgets.

Millerson St Austell covers the town and the surrounding areas, including the villages of Charlestown, Fowey, Grampound Road, Mevagissey, Polkerris, Par and Gorran Haven, all of which have road and bus links into St Austell.

If you’d like to know the value of your home, or if you would like to let your property, please use the form below to get in touch with Millerson Estate Agents.

Book a free valuation or contact us

 

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