This elegant three bedroom mid-terrace townhouse is full of character and period charm. The property has been lovingly updated and extended and is decorated in a calm blend of contemporary and traditional making a super home for modern living in a traditional setting. Set back from the road, there's a gated front courtyard garden and the first impression once inside doesn't disappoint. The tessellated tiled floor in the entrance vestibule is traditional and there's coloured glass in the door to the inner hallway. A clever use of a modern patterned tile on the floor of the inner hallway gives an up to date feel and the flooring extends through to the kitchen / dining room. The living room has a beautiful timber floor and open fire with timber surround and slate hearth. There's a further reception room which could be used as a snug or dining room which has a high ceiling and timber flooring. A glazed rear porch off this room adds to the space. The kitchen has been extended to create a lovely open plan kitchen / dining room with fitted contemporary gloss cream base and wall kitchen units. The double oven, ceramic hob, extractor, fridge and freezer are all built-in and there's plenty of useful work surface. A big bonus to the property is a ground floor cloakroom / WC and also a space for laundry to the side of the inner hallway. On the first floor there's a large landing and the bathroom has been refitted with an outstanding shower enclosure with gorgeous tiling and a modern yet traditional looking suite including roll top claw foot bath. The airing cupboard which houses the Worcester central heating boiler is large and many of the radiators around the property have been refitted in a traditional style. There are two large double bedrooms and the third is a good single. Glazing to the principle rooms is UPVC double glazing. Outside to the rear the garden is a good size and enclosed. Permit parking is available for the street.
Daniell Road is conveniently situated just off the upper end of Lemon Street, with the amenities of Truro City just a short stroll away. Transport links are excellent with regular buses and the mainline train station is just a short walk away. School provision locally is good with both primary and secondary schools nearby. We particularly love The Thomas Daniell restaurant and bar which is a short walk away at the end of the street. There is also a very good children's play park and recreation area nearby and the doctor's surgeries are close to hand at the Truro Health Park. A lovely part of the city!