6 Jul

'Ecovation' to boost houses for sale in Bodmin?

'Ecovation' to boost houses for sale in Bodmin?

Homeowners with property for sale in Bodmin could boost interest by carrying out some "ecovation".

Many people are expected to embark on green renovation projects this summer, according to Homebuilding and Renovating.

The magazine says green home improvements are driven by rising energy bills.

Jason Orme, editor at the publication, explained:"'Ecovation', as we are calling it, is about introducing upgrades to the existing housing stock in terms of insulation and all that kind of thing."

Eco-friendly buyers may be more interested in a property that has green measures such as insulation and double glazing fitted when choosing houses for sale in Bodmin.

The area is also popular with buyers due to the Bodmin Beacon nature reserve, which covers 87 acres.

Perfect for families who enjoy exploring the great outdoors, the reserve boasts woodland, meadows and heath land.

Alternatively, the Camel Trail, created for walkers and cyclists, uses the path of an old railway line to link Bodmin with Padstow and Wadebridge.ADNFCR-1222-ID-800613716-ADNFCR

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