The current owners will miss the wonderful view from the lounge, the proximity to town and the quiet location.
A true family home, which was traditionally built in the late 1980's, this property offers space, convenience and many up to date improvements. The accommodation has been thoughtfully designed by the architect with well defined living space. The large living room has wonderful city views including the cathedral spire, a separate dining room just off the kitchen/breakfast room, and a quiet area in the library. The utility room is home to all things practical. On the lower ground floor, there are two bedrooms and a shower room, the ground floor is split level which works well and offers the living room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room and utility along with the library and a bathroom. Upstairs, you'll find a superb master bedroom with an updated en-suite shower room, dressing area and nursery along with steps to a further bedroom.
With plenty of parking, a garage and a carport, you shouldn't be short of space for vehicles and visitors. The gardens are a good size, enclosed and established.
Hurland Road is a sought after area in the city of Truro and it's easy to see why. Individual properties are well spaced and the views are fabulous. With a footpath into the heart of the city the location is ideal and will suit many buyers. The north Cornish coast is 9 miles away and the south coast around Falmouth is approximately 12 miles away. The Cathedral City of Truro has all the amenities and shops one could need from a four screen cinema to a theatre with an ever changing programme to suit all tastes. For families, schools are on hand with highly respected primary and secondary schools close by. For commuters, the mainline train station has a regular service to London Paddington and the north, and Newquay Airport has regular flights to London and other major cities.