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This large Victorian home offers plenty of opportunity to the new owner. As a pure commercial investment, live-in property with income by renting out the remaining flats, conversion of two flats and retaining one, or restoring the property to a very large family home.
The property has a good sized garden to the rear (the detached garage does not belong to the freeholder) and plenty of parking to the front.
The rooms are typically large and have high ceilings and period features.
The flats have been well maintained and updated although would benefit from some finishing touches to the property.
Each flat shares a common entrance hall leading to private access. The ground floor has two large double bedrooms, family bathroom, kitchen and expansive sitting room. The first floor flat is of a similar size with two bedrooms, a sitting room and kitchen with a balcony. The top floor offers a one bedroom flat with open plan kitchen/sitting room.
Vacant possession will be granted on completion.
With a population of around 20,000 the city of Truro is intimate and friendly whilst offering the facilities and cache 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 Truro Health Park is situated only a few minutes walk from the property.
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 popular for its excellent restaurants, cafes and bistros.
The property is easily found from our office by proceeding up Lemon Street which becomes Falmouth Road and the house will be found on the right hand side where a Humberts For Sale board has been erected.
Service, Council Tax & Broadband
The property is on mains water, drainage and gas. The Ground and First floor flats are rated B and the top floor flat is rated A for Council Tax purposes. We understand FTTP broadband is available in the area.