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A large middle terrace 4/5 bedroom Victorian townhouse retaining much of the charm and character of the period yet tastefully updated.
This elegant Victorian era townhouse located on one of Truro's favoured terraces has fabulous city and cathedral views and catches the sunshine on it's slate flag patios. The entrance approach is up granite steps to a grand front door. There's an entrance vestibule with a pretty coloured glass paned door opening into a spacious hallway. The painted timber floors and character features such as dado rails and ceiling cornices along with the traditional staircase have a period charm while suiting modern living. The once separate living and dining rooms have been combined to create one long dual aspect space with a squared arch dividing them. There's an open fire in the living room and beautiful bay window allowing light to flood in. The ceilings have great height and again timeless detail such as picture rails. A useful breakfast room with pretty built in display cupboard leads through to the refitted kitchen which has been tastefully equipped with a range of minimalist gloss units and integrated appliances. There is a built-in under counter fridge and freezer, dishwasher and Neff "slide and hide" multi function oven with ceramic Neff induction hob. There's plenty of useful laminated work surface and the 1.5 bowl sink is ceramic. On the first floor the bathroom is surprisingly large with a contemporary double shower with Mira thermostatic mixer shower as well as a roll top, claw foot bath, WC and basin. There is an additional WC adjacent to the bathroom adding family practicality. Two large double bedrooms and a single bedroom complete the first floor and there is useful built in storage under the stairs to the rooms on the second floor. The second floor provides two further rooms and a small landing.
The Avenue is one of the favoured streets of period properties a short stroll from Archbishop Benson Primary School. The local pub, The Rising Sun in Mitchell Hill has an excellent reputation for food and hospitality. There is a large playing field close to Archbishop Benson School. Tremorvah Playing Field has play equipment and a football pitch as well as playing host to local events such as fireworks. The fabulous facilities of the city are not too far down the hill with a vast array of shops, restaurants and bars to choose from as well as a wealth of cultural attractions including The Royal Cornwall Museum and The Hall for Cornwall theatre and of course the splendid Neo-Gothic Truro Cathedral. There is plenty of on street parking outside the property and in local streets.
Clive Pearce Property is the trading name of Cornwall Estate Agents LTD registered in England and Wales No. 10417746. VAT No. 154 721 614