Jonathan Cunliffe is widely considered to be one of the most knowledgeable estate agents in Cornwall, having worked in the county for 25 years.

He has been regularly quoted in national newspapers, including cover articles in the Financial Times, The Sunday Times and The Daily Telegraph.  He is time and again the first person that national and regional media turn to when they want an honest and intelligent assessment of the residential housing market.

With the majority of his career spent exclusively in the prime market, Jonathan’s reputation for integrity and wise advice stretches all over the county and beyond, having been responsible for the sale of many of Cornwall’s most prestigious and valuable residential properties.

After a brief spell in graphic design, Jonathan trained as an estate agent in Cornwall in the depths of the recession in 1993, with long-established local partnership Jose Collins.  Next, he worked for the successful waterside & country homes department of Miller Countrywide. In 2005, Jonathan was recruited by international firm Savills and opened up its first residential estate agency office in Cornwall a year later, in Lemon Street, Truro.  As the Head of Office, he oversaw the growth of this business to include four departments, went on to run the South West residential business, set up UK Waterfront, and as a director, also sat on various management boards for the company. He set up his own residential agency business in 2018.

Proud to have been brought up and schooled in Cornwall, Jonathan has lived in the south and north of the county. He currently lives in Falmouth with his wife and three children, in the same road that he grew up in as a child. When not helping his clients, he will probably be found on or in the water off the Cornish coast. He has sailed since an early age and has competed at home and abroad, including several world championships. Passionate about Cornwall and the sea, Jonathan is a trustee of the Cornwall Community Foundation and the National Maritime Museum Cornwall.