- Permits Available
- View EPC Rating
Very attractive Georgian townhouse superbly presented in a very convenient and quiet area of Truro, within walking distance of the city centre.
6 Claremont Terrace is a beautifully presented mid terrace property, which would be perfect for those looking for a full-time residence in a quiet location, or those looking for a buy to let investment. The property is positioned conveniently for the centre of Truro, as well as walking distance to the train station.
Approaching the property across the front patio, there is a porch and the front door leads into the large open plan living room, with generous ceiling height and feature open fireplace and small window seat. Double glazed windows to front and back of the room providing views down the garden. The dining area leads into the kitchen, which is a well-appointed modern kitchen. To the side elevation is a door opening to the rear garden. From the lounge dining room, stairs rise to serve the first floor. On the half landing, a door opens into the bathroom which comprises a beautiful modern white suite with a free-standing bath, walk in shower, WC and wash hand basin. The dual aspect windows allow generous natural light. The landing affords access to two bedrooms, the front aspect bedroom is a good double and affords good natural light. The bedroom to the rear elevation is also a good double and affords over the garden to the viaduct. Stairs rise to serve the 2nd floor, which comprises a good-sized bedroom with a front aspect window and built in wardrobes.
The front garden affords a generous south-facing paved area, which also provides access for one neighbour. Claremont is a small terrace of 7 period properties, each with particular curb appeal off a quiet no-through road with roadside parking for residents only. At the end of the road is access to Truro's Victoria Gardens, a beautiful 19th century style garden with lawns and shrubs. The rear garden is accessed from the kitchen and also an external private path which runs along the back of the terrace. Two stone outbuildings: a toilet with sink and a shed with shelving and power sockets. The garden comprises of paved and lawned areas, with walling and garden fence to the boundaries.
Truro contains an excellent range of both national retailers and smaller specialist shops together with a theatre, cinema and numerous restaurants. There is a choice of private and public sector schooling nearby and a golf course at Treliske. Also, readily accessible are various parks including a delightful riverside walk to Boscawen Park. The nearby bus station provides convenient access to many of the main Cornish towns and villages while the main line railway station connects with Plymouth, Bristol, London and beyond. There are delightful walks along the footpaths in the area, extending to Truro in the one direction or to St Clement if heading north passing through the riverside Hamlet of Malpas on the way. The Truro River leads into the Carrick Roads and waters of the Fal estuary which provide excellent sailing and other water sports.
Entering Truro on Tregolls Road, take the 3rd exit off Trafalgar Roundabout and proceed along St Austell Street and St Clement Street. Follow this road along until you reach the mini roundabout opposite the Cornwall Council building and proceed straight over. Take the next left onto Castle Rise and follow it passing the Police station. This then becomes Claremont Terrace and the property is on your right-hand side.
Mains water, drainage, electricity and gas.
Council Tax Band C.