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A generously proportioned three bedroom semi detached house with attic conversion, large conservatory, parking for three vehicles and level enclosed rear garden conveniently located at the edge of Truro. Loads of future potential with a great deal of space to the side of the property etc.
Offering bags of potential, this much loved family home has been altered and improved by the current owners over the years. The property is a three bedroom semi-detached house believed to date from the 1930's and has a converted attic room offering additional space (we understand that the attic conversion is not a building regulations approved conversion and as such we are not describing it as a room - although viewers will note that it does have a separate stairway to it, a door and a dormer window already in situ). Located in a favoured cul-de-sac the property is set back from the road with a hedge and front garden with pond. There is a great deal of space to the side of the house and the property has off street parking for 3+ vehicles and there is an outside cabin making an ideal "work from home" space. The main entrance is to the side of the house and there is a UPVC double glazed front door. Stepping inside, there's an under stairs storage cupboard. To the front of the house both rooms have been linked up to create one very large living room spanning the width of the house. There's a recently installed wood burning stove with granite hearth and surround making this a very cosy room. The kitchen is towards the rear of the house and has a range of ivory seaside style base and wall units with laminated work surfaces and single bowl stainless steel sink. There is space for a range cooker and dishwasher and the chimney style extractor fan is built in. There is a separate utility room with ground floor WC and space and plumbing for the washing machine and tumble dryer. A stable door from the kitchen leads through to a very big conservatory across the rear of the property offering a great deal of dining and further living space. The conservatory has French doors out to the rear garden. Up on the first floor there are three generous bedroom and the refitted shower room which is fully tiled and has a corner shower enclosure with thermostatic mixer shower. There is also a white WC and pedestal basin. An airing cupboard on the landing houses the relatively recently installed Worcester mains gas central heating boiler. Stairs from the landing lead up into the converted attic space. Outside to the rear there is a delightful enclosed rear garden with large level lawn and built-in charcoal barbecue. There's a useful storage shed to the side of the property in addition to the cabin.
Green Close is a popular horseshoe shaped cul de sac of similar properties originally built for the railway workers at the edge of Truro city. There is a useful shortcut walk onto Daniell Road which leads down to the city centre and there are lovely walks not too far away along the disused Newham railway trail which is a great place for running, cycling and walking and leads into the city past Calenick Creek or out towards County Hall where Cornwall Council is based. There is a choice of supermarkets at this end of the city with Tesco, Sainsbury's and Aldi all within easy reach and heading out of town towards Falmouth, sailing, windsurfing and kayak enthusiasts will love Loe Beach with its easy access to the world class sailing waters of the Carrick Roads. Bosvigo Primary School is at this end of the city and Kea Primary School is just outside Truro towards Playing Place. Truro High School for girls is within easy walking distance from here.
Clive Pearce Property is the trading name of Cornwall Estate Agents LTD registered in England and Wales No. 10417746. VAT No. 154 721 614