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This attractive development in one of the most sought after parts of the city has recently been completed. A mixture of 4 bedroom detached and 3 bedroom semi-detached quality homes create a private and exclusive enclave on the fringe of the city.
The location is ideal. Within walking distance of the city centre in one direction, or countryside walks towards Idless in the other, the site offers the best of both worlds within the city.
Designed for entertaining or family life the large sitting room with open plan kitchen is a great social space. The kitchen has a range of matching modern grey shaker style cabinetry with a white quartz worktop and grey tiled splashback. Integrated appliances and hob with a glass and stainless steel extractor hood give a modern appearance. There is an attractive glazed roof breakfasting area at one end of the kitchen. Additionally, with French doors opening from both the sitting room and kitchen the living area is well connected to the patio and garden. A separate dining room with glazed French doors creates a more private second reception room. Of course for family life this room might also be well suited to a playroom or separate TV room for older children.
A door leads directly from the integral garage with utility area to the kitchen, perfectly designed for bringing the shopping in on a rainy day!
The entrance hall is light with a full height window to the front at the stair landing. There is a cloak room on the ground floor while upstairs there are four bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master bedroom features a dressing room and en-suite shower room.
Outside, there is a patio area with steps leading up to a lawned garden. The gardens are enclosed which is ideal for both families and pet owners! To the front of the house is a landscaped garden and an interlocking brick driveway with room for two cars.
The property is located in the quiet residential area of Kenwyn to the north west of the centre of Truro. The nearby church is of 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 national airports now including Heathrow as well as international destinations.
Services & Council Tax Band
The property has mains water and drainage and has gas central heating. The property is rated F for Council Tax Purposes.
Please note - entering the Post code is likely to take you to the wrong place. From the centre of the city follow the B3284 (St. Austell St becoming Kenwyn Rd) as signposted for Shortlanesend and Perranporth. After passing the City Inn turn right on to Higher Trehaverne. Pass St. Mary's C of E school and turn left at the sign for Epiphany House. Proceed up the drive and the houses will be found on the left.
The floorplan provided within the marketing is representative of this plot, however please note it is 'handed' as such is the reverse layout of the actual property.