Why You'll Like It
Set just off Knights Hill in Kenwyn, this property is within an enclave of just a handful of similar detached homes which are accessed by an initially shared driveway from the leafy lane that leads to Kenwyn Church.
An extensive front lawned garden sets the property apart and you'll find ample vehicle parlking space on the driveway. Stepping inside, the reception hall is impressive with ample storage and a guest WC just off. The layout and flow of this home is one of the things that you'll immediately appreciate. The ground floor comprises of a large living room with a feature gass fire and windows overlooking the rear garden. It is open plan to the dining area yet the two spaces are well defined. Patio doors open from the dining room to the garden and French internal doors lead back to the hallway. However, there is also a door through to the kitchen. The kitchen has been fitted with good quality cabinetry and the units are finished with timber worktops. Integrated appliances include an oven, gas hob and extractor as well as a fridge. The utility room just off the kitchen is also comprehensively fitted including a sink.The utility also leads through to a very practical boot room which in turn has an internal door to access the garage. Working from home is also catered for with a separate study just off the main hall. Upstairs you'll find four double bedrooms, the main bedroom has an en-suite bathroom and built in wardrobes. The family bathroom has a four piece suite including a bath and separate shower. Outside, the gardens are beautifully mature with many shrubs, trees and hedges and large lawned areas.
Where It Is
Kenwyn is an area of Truro that is rich in both architecture and green space with a mixture of modern and period properties mostly set on broad leafy streets, yet a short stroll from the city centre. Idless woods are within easy walking distance where you'll find trails, orienteering and woodland. The A30 trunk road is within a couple of miles via Shortlanesend and the Royal Cornwall Hospital is also easily reached. School provision in Truro is very good too with St Mary's Primary School just down the road and a choice of both state and independent provision in the city. Truro is a great place to live with a thriving community, pretty cobbled streets, and inspiring cathedral, theatre and five screen cinema. The beaches of both the North and South coast are within a short drive so whether you're a surfer, a sailor or both, you'll find Truro is a convenient spot to be based.
Services and Tenure
Mains electric, gas, water and drains
Council Tax Band F
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