This beautifully designed period home dates from 1936 and stands in a sizeable landscaped garden with swimming pool, orchard and home office. Set back from the road, the property has ample driveway parking and a pretty front garden. The substantial timber front door is protected by a feature arched storm porch and opens into a spacious hallway. Once inside you immediately notice the quality woodwork with many original features intact in the property. The living room is a large triple aspect room with restored wooden floors and beamed ceilings. To one end there's a feature window seat and in the middle the fireplace with wood burning stove makes a grand statement. Folding timber panelling separates the living room from the dining room which has a beamed ceiling, feature fireplace, French doors to the garden and a serving hatch through to the kitchen. There is a further reception room which has made an ideal music room but could easily be a further bedroom etc if needed. The kitchen has a range of fitted units and there is a range cooker, dishwasher, microwave and fridge included. There is a separate built-in larder and a separate utility / laundry space with washing machine included. A ground floor cloakroom / WC is ideally located next to the back door. Up on the first floor there's a spacious landing with storage cupboards and four bedrooms along with the family bathroom which has a separate shower enclosure and bath. Outside there are three outbuildings, one of which is a block built store, there's a large timber shed which is currently used as a gym and then there is the home office down by the swimming pool. The home office is equipped with high speed broadband and is an ideal place to work from home. It also has benches designed for summer camping and power and electric lighting. The swimming pool is located towards the lower end of the garden where there is a large level orchard. A rear gate gives pedestrian access to Beechwood Parc and the rural walks beyond. The garden has been beautifully landscaped and has a fish pond and areas of lawn and patio along with lovely mature planting.
Tregolls Road is one of the main routes into and out of Truro making it an ideal location for access to The Cathedral City of Truro both by car and on foot but also for leaving the city and heading out either to the main A30 or across to St Austell. Waitrose is located just up the hill, a short walk away and there is a convenience shop and fish and chip shop also easily accessed nearby. School provision is excellent with Tregolls and Archbishop Benson Primary schools and Penair secondary school all within walking distance. Truro School is a highly regarded independent school close at hand also. The city itself offers an exciting array of shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants and has some wonderful riverside amenities including Boscawen Park where there are public tennis courts and a coffee shop etc.