Modernised and renovated property to better suit modern
living, this house offers generous reception rooms and a
semi-open plan design. The best of the original architectural
features have been retained principally with the large
window openings. This gives the house a character which is
rarely found in new homes.
An entrance from the side of the house leads to a large reception hall with adjoining cloak room. The hall leads to the kitchen which has been modernised with a new kitchen including an island. A range of modern high gloss cabinetry with a built in double oven and gas range with stainless steel extractor hood above. Steps lead down from the hallway into a dining area which has patio doors opening to the patio and a large plate glass window to another aspect creating a bright sunny room. Adjacent to the dining room is a good sized sitting room. Bi folding doors and sliding patio doors allow ample light as do the velux windows in the vaulted ceiling. Heading upstairs the master bedroom is of good proportions and has a large floor to ceiling window and a dormer. The en-suite bathroom includes all modern fittings, a tiled floor and a velux window. There are three further bedrooms, two with dormer windows and the third with a velux window. The family shower room has been completely replaced and is fully tiled and has a large walk in shower.
This is a great opportunity for a turn key home in a desirable location within Truro. A viewing is highly recommended.
A sloping drive leads down to the double garage. A footpath runs around both sides of the house and leads to a large patio outside of the sitting room. To the south and west of the house is a large lawn, ideally positioned to make the most of the sun. The garden is fenced and bordered with a variety of mature planting, with a small summerhouse located at the top, taking in the views over the city and the Cathedral. To one side of the garden is a useful garden shed.
The property is located in the quiet residential area of
Kenwyn to the north west of the centre of Truro. Approached via Kenwyn Church Road which is lined with
some of the most substantial historic homes of the city and
passing the historic church which has 13th century origins.
Truro is a Cathedral city and contains both national
retailers, local specialist shops and a choice of private and
public sector schooling; golf courses will be found at Treliske
or Killiow. A mainline railway station connects with
Paddington while Newquay Airport provides regular
scheduled flights to Gatwick and Stansted.
Services & Council Tax Band
The property has mains water and drainage
and has gas central heating. The property is
rated G for Council Tax Purposes.