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4 bedroom house for sale in Trevethow Riel, Truro, TR1

Guide price £525,000

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Moving house is one of the biggest purchases you’ll likely ever make but buyers often forget about the extra costs involved. According to Compare My Move, the average cost of moving house in the UK is £8,951.

By the time you factor in the costs of hiring a removal company, fees for solicitors and estate agents, utility costs and so on, it’s easy to see how the numbers can rocket. But what if we were to tell you that there’s a cheaper way to move home?

We’re offering all of our buyers the chance to move with Zero Costs with ZeroC. If you reserve one of our gorgeous new build homes by the end of September, we’ll pay 1.5% of estate agent fees up to £5,000, removal costs up to £2,000, £1,500 worth of legal fees and even throw in a flooring package meaning you can move without all the additional costs!

We’re offering this amazing deal at three fantastic locations; stylish homes and apartments in Poundbury at Coningsby Place or Monaveen House, Georgian style homes on the Royal Crescent in Truro, and our eco-style houses in Plymouth.

Terms and conditions apply:

Selected plots only. Reserve by 30th September and complete by 18th December. Only available at Poundbury, Truro and Plymouth developments and not to be used in conjunction with any other offer. Flooring package is maximum £5,000 at Plymouth and Poundbury sites, and a maximum of £10,000 at Truro.

Unique character, exceptional quality.

Your home here will be brand new, of course. But it’s designed and built in the grand Georgian style, to reflect many of the wonderful traditional buildings in Truro. No other new-builds in Cornwall have this heritage, character and attention to authentic detail.

Anyone driving into the city from the east will see the magnificent crescent, with its elegant windows and ornate wrought-iron railings.

When you live here, you’ll know you’re in a vital new part of Truro’s landscape – a monument to the architects’ vision of modern living in a historic setting.

We’ve learnt from the past in more than just the architectural style. We’ve made the living space more generous than in most modern new-build homes.

The gardens are larger than you might expect – with walls for privacy, and for a look and feel of solid quality.

In fact, everywhere you look, you’re reassured that this
is an outstanding place to make your home. The values
of yesterday reinvented for today.

You won’t find anywhere else like it. It’s a remarkable place to live, in many ways.

Well-placed for convenience and pleasure.

With your home here, you’re just a short drive into town, with all its amenities and attractions. Public transport is even easier – the park and ride bus picks up here. And for your weekly shop, there’s no distance to travel at all: Waitrose supermarket is right next door.

Looking the other way, you’re on the edge of beautiful countryside. So walking or cycling are simple pleasures you can enjoy any time.

When you want to get out and about, you couldn’t be in a better spot. You have easy access to the A30 to London, and it’s straightforward by road to the north coast beaches and towns.

If schools are an important factor in your choice of home, you have plenty of excellent options nearby. Primary schools include Archbishop Benson and Bosvigo, plus the private Polwhele House and Truro Prep School.

For secondary schools, there are Penair and Richard Lander – with Truro School and Truro High School for Girls as the private alternatives.

The largest new home development on the eastern side of Truro. It’s in the perfect location.

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