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Having great scope and possibilities, this three bedroom, two reception detached bungalow with large garden and garage is on the market for the first time since built in 1954. Peaceful tucked away part of Truro yet close to the city centre.
This spacious three bedroom detached bungalow was built in 1954 and this is the first time it has ever been on the open market in its 67 year history! The property is believed to be a block cavity construction (with cavity wall insulation) and has a Delabole slate roof. Both internally and externally the bungalow appears to have been well maintained over the years and is offered in liveable condition while having a great deal of potential for either cosmetic updating or indeed a full scale project if wanted. The property is positioned towards the rear of a large quadrant shaped garden plot and has a stand alone single garage. You approach the front door via a gravel path and steps to a covered storm porch. The front door and side screen are double glazed and open to an inner hallway with herringbone timber parquet style flooring. The internal layout is well designed with the living space to the right hand side and the bedrooms to the left with the kitchen and bathroom to the rear. There's a large living room with picture window looking out over the pretty front garden and the gas fire is built-in. Between the living room and the kitchen is the dining room and there appears to be potential to connect up these spaces if desired. The kitchen has been refitted in recent times and is beautifully presented with cream high gloss units with stainless steel bar handles. The appliances are integrated including the electric oven, gas hob, chimney style extractor, dishwasher, washing machine and fridge / freezer. There is a back door from the kitchen to the rear garden. The property has three generous bedrooms and the bathroom and WC are currently separate with a white suite and thermostatic mixer shower over the bath. There is gas central heating and UPVC double glazing. The attic space is very large and accessed via a hatch in the hallway. Outside, the single garage has a side access door and up and over garage door. The garden has a large lawn and a beautiful array of shrubs and flowering plants.
Tremorvah Crescent is a tucked away road with just a handful of large individual properties located in the Uplands area at the Eastern end of Truro city, an ideal location for access to The Cathedral City of Truro both by car and on foot but also for leaving the city and heading out either to the main A30 or across to St Austell. Waitrose is located just up the hill, a short walk away and there are a couple of convenience shops and fish and chip shops also easily accessed nearby. School provision is excellent with Tregolls and Archbishop Benson Primary schools and Penair secondary school all within walking distance. Truro School is a highly regarded independent school close at hand also. The city itself offers an exciting array of shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants and has some wonderful riverside amenities including Boscawen Park where there are public tennis courts and a coffee shop etc. The farmers market on The Piazza most Saturday mornings is a great place to by local fresh seafood, meat and vegetables. There is a state of the art theatre in the centre of the city which is currently being rebuilt to provide a superb venue for the performing arts. Truro's neo-gothic cathedral is the jewel in its crown, dominating the city centre and adding character to this fantastic place to live right in the heart of Cornwall.
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