A city town house that's packed with style and character resulting in a comfortable home that will suit many buyers. Set back from the street with an attractive front garden and a low brick wall topped with railings, this pretty Victorian terrace is faced with local mellow stone. Stepping inside, the vestibule opens through to the hall and stripped timber doors and flooring are an attractive feature. The living room and dining room have been opened up to offer the most fabulous large reception room but with both original fireplaces still intact. Designed for modern living, this room lends itself to entertaining and family life. Heading through to the kitchen, the space flows well and there is a range of light units with brushed stainless steel handles, timber worktops and integrated oven, gas hob and extractor. The tiled floor is in keeping with the property and also very practical. The boiler is housed in the utility room where there is also space for a washing machine. A guest cloakroom/WC completes the ground floor space. Upstairs, there are two large double bedrooms and a gorgeous bathroom which has been fitted with a white suite which includes a large bath with central tap, a generous shower enclosure, chrome ladder towel rail, WC and basin. Outside, the side courtyard leads to an enclosed, paved rear courtyard, ideal for summer drinks and BBQs.
Trehaverne Terrace is a pretty Victorian terrace in the Kenwyn area of the city. Beautiful woodland walks at Idless are close at hand and families are well catered for with Truro Nursery School and St Mary's School within walking distance. The amenities of the city are about a five minute walk away with national stores and independent retailers intermingled with coffee shops, bars and restaurants. A broad range of entertainment is available including the Plaza cinema and the Hall For Cornwall. Transport links are excellent with the main line train station, bus station and easy access to the A30 trunk road.