As the only bungalow in Lemon Gardens, Plot 8 has a completely unique layout. A very large sitting room (18'5" x 17'8") has triple aspect windows creating a light and spacious room. The kitchen/diner is on the opposite side of the hall and has ample room for a dining table and chairs along with a good range of modern cabinetry. The window in the kitchen looks out over the rear garden.
Both of the bedrooms have french doors opening to the garden. The master is a particularly large room with double built in wardrobes and a very attractive contemporary en-suite.
All Lemon Gardens properties offer generously proportioned accommodation in an exclusive setting. This development is true to Blue Cedar Homes' simple philosophy; to build light and bright homes that blend practicality with style. The well planned interiors include fully equipped fitted kitchens with granite work surfaces, luxury bathrooms and plenty of storage space. Underfloor heating throughout, including in all bathrooms/en-suites help to achieve a high level of energy efficiency, economically keeping homes warm and cosy.
The homes also come with fully fitted floor finishes (timber, ceramic tiling and high quality carpets), and incorporate design features which mean that the properties can be adapted should your needs change in the future. For more information on the various future proofing features, please contact us.
GROUND & GARDEN
Lemon Gardens provides a beautiful stress free environment where you can relax and enjoy spending time without having to worry about the maintenance and upkeep of your new home and its surroundings.
The Estate Manager employed by Blue Cedar Homes' management company is responsible for a range of services, including estate maintenance, gardening, external window cleaning, periodic building decoration, waste management and the general security and wellbeing of the development. All of these tasks are covered within the annual service charge.
Additional services are also available as and when they may be required. These could include assistance with moving in, or looking after your empty property while you spend time away.
With a population of around 20,000 the city of Truro is intimate and friendly whilst offering the facilities and status that one would expect as Cornwall's capital. As well as its cathedral, with its distinctive spire, Truro is well-known for its excellent Georgian architecture (widely regarded as the best example west of Bath), its cobbled streets, vibrant shopping centre and well-stocked farmers' markets. Its parks and open spaces include Victoria Gardens, Boscawen Park and Daubuz Moors.
Just nine miles from the south coast of Cornwall with its sandy beaches and breathtaking scenery, Truro lies on the confluence of the rivers Kenwyn and Allen. They combine to form the Truro river that leads into the River Fal and then on to the large natural harbour of Carrick Roads.
Surrounding the city is beautiful countryside and parkland including the historic Pencalenick and the ornamental Trelissick Gardens and Tregothnan which is further down the Truro River. Alongside the River Allen, close to the city centre, is a Local Nature Reserve and south east of the city around Calenick Creek has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Truro is served by the Royal Cornwall Hospital and the new Truro Health Park is situated only a few minutes walk from Lemon Gardens.
Truro also has the advantage of a mainline rail link to London Paddington.
Independent and specialist shops are dotted between the best names on the high street and twice a week Lemon Quay hosts a colourful farmers' market full of local produce. The indoor Pannier Market is open all year-round with many stalls and small businesses. The city is also very popular for its excellent restaurants, cafes and bistros.
The Hall for Cornwall is a leading theatre and concert venue, hosting over 250 performances a year including West End musicals, opera and ballet. The Royal Cornwall Museum in River Street is full of exhibits charting Cornish history and culture. There are numerous art galleries to browse, including the contemporary Lemon Street Gallery which draws on Cornwall's resonant, modernist tradition. The annual Truro Spring festival conspires to offer art, theatre, music and literary delights, and in November the dazzling Truro City of Lights Festival illuminates the city with a themed parade.
Truro has a six court lawn tennis club, a friendly bowls club, a 200 year-old cricket club and two golf courses which all welcome new members. For sporting fans there is also a rugby club and football ground, and for sailors excellent sailing nearby. There are swimming and exercise classes at Truro Leisure Centre and the Cornwall Yoga Centre is based in Truro. If you love to dance there are plenty of venues offering ballroom, Latin and Zumba classes.
Turn right out of Lemon Gardens' tree lined private driveway and you are just a short distance from the heart of the vibrant and magnificent Cathedral city of Truro with its history, culture, boutiques and restaurants.
Lemon Gardens offer a mix of houses and a bungalow perfectly positioned to make the most of the beautifully landscaped communal gardens as well as offering a private garden and patio area for every home. The combination of location, layout and specification make Lemon Gardens the perfect place to enjoy an active and happy retirement.
To find out more about this property and its location please contact our Truro office
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