Our client bought this family home in the 1960's - the original brochure states "an exciting development was planned and carefully landscaped and attention was paid to spaciousness, privacy still linked with the community...." It's fair to say that Treworder Road has certainly stood the test of time and this home in particular has been extended and adapted over the years. The property is set back from the street with ample parking on the driveway and a front garden. Stepping inside the spacious hallway, the original wood block floor remains practical and is an attractive feature. The living room is large - perfect for family get togethers and it flows through to the dining area. A fireplace in the lounge is a cosy feature. The kitchen has a range of units and worktops with space for appliances. The original integral garage has been converted into a ground floor bedroom and en-suite shower room. Upstairs, there are three good sized bedrooms, a family bathroom and separate WC. A staircase leads to a large attic space which has a velux window for natural light. The rear garden is enclosed with a lawn, summerhouse and paved area. A super home in a very popular and convenient spot within easy walking distance of the city centre.
Treworder Road is extremely popular due to its convenient location and proximity to Bosvigo School. The city centre is a short stroll away where you will find independent and national retailers, cinema, cafes, bars, restaurants and much more. The twice weekly Farmers Market has an array of stalls selling local produce and crafts. The main line train station which links the city with London Paddington and the North is within walking distance and bus links are good with many services linking nearby towns. If you enjoy a show, you will love The Truro Playhouse which is a small theatre in Redannick lane and home to Truro Amateur Operatic & Dramatic Society. A great area within Truro which is known for being a friendly little city.