Higher Campfield Terrace is a short terrace of period homesjust off Bodmin Road, close to Archbrishop Benson primary school. Situated at the end of the terrace, this lovely family home is light, bright and spacious with a delightful outlook over the green school playing fields and the city and cathedral beyond. Stepping inside, stripped timber floors, high ceilings and soft grey decor greet you and the first impression is of a well cared for and thoughtfully designed home. The living and dining room are open plan making a fabulous space - the lounge area has a feature fireplace and a deep bay window, with the dining area opening onto the garden via French doors. The breakfast room has plenty of space for a table and chairs and also has plumbing for a washing machine. The kitchen follows on and has been comprehensively updated with contemporary gloss units, wood effect workstops and space for appliances. A door opens to the garden. Heading upstairs, there are three good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom. The bathroom has a white suite which includes a bath, WC and basin and a separate shower cubicle. Outside, the property has the advantage of being at the very end of the terrace meaning that it has a great sense of space due to being next to the school playing fields. Access to the garage and parking is off Bodmin Road. The garden is enclosed and great use has been made of the garage roof which has a sun deck above it .
Within a short walk of the city centre, Higher Campfield Terrace is just off the lower part of Bodmin Road and next to the highly regarded Archbishop Benson Primary School. This area of Truro has largely period family homes making it attractive and sought after. As well as being able to easily walk into the city centre, the countryside of Daubuz Moors and Idless Woods is nearby offering lots of choice for country walks. Truro itself is a thriving city with many independent shops, bars and restaurants as well as larger chain stores. The five screen Plaza cinema shows the latest films and live screenings, and the theatre "Hall For Cornwall" is coming to the end of a major refurbishment. The main line train station has a regular service to London and the north of England.