Gweal Yeates, Richmond Terrace, Truro

£450,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
This detached 4 bedroomed home offers versatile accommodation and commands a most unique position within moments of the city centre and boasts private parking, garage and stunning views towards the cathedral.

Detached dormer bungalow

4 Bedrooms including one en-suite

Private detached plot at the end of a cul-de-sac in central Truro

Great access to centre of Truro

Convenient and private position

Public transport within moments of the property

Parking and garage

In good order but great opportunity for personalisation

Humberts are delighted to offer an incredible opportunity to acquire a versatile 4 bedroomed home located within moments of the city centre and mainline railway. Positioned at the end of a cul-de-sac of period terraced properties, this property commands a most unique, private and spacious plot. The elevated spot enjoys delightful views of the city and historic landmarks including the nearby St. George's church and the three spires of the incredible Truro Cathedral in the distance.

PROPERTY

- This fantastic 4 bedroomed dormer bungalow offers spacious and versatile accommodation which would be equally well suited to a family as it would to retirees. Having been well cared for, the property benefits from recent improvements such as photovoltaic solar panels, modern double glazing, and a sizable conservatory, but cosmetic changes are still required which provides a great canvas for personalisation.

- The ground floor boasts multiple adjoining reception rooms which provides an opportunity for slight layout alterations if an open plan style is so desired. The current cellular layout sees the bright kitchen breakfast room to the front of the property. There is an L-shape of base units and drawers, space for a table and chairs and beyond is an adjoining porch which serves well as a boot room come laundry room.

- There is a good-sized living room with a focal fireplace with sliding doors out to the recently added conservatory. This lovely additional sitting area reaches nearly 8 meters in width, is finished with electronically controlled blinds and enjoys the most wonderful outlook across the city which really highlights the special position of this home. Further on the ground floor is a dining room connected to the conservatory, family and two bedrooms, one of which can also be used as a sitting room and leads into a garden/sunroom'

- To the first floor are two double bedrooms with views across the city, one of the bedrooms benefits from an en-suite shower room. There are storage cupboards on the landing and a good amount of eaves storage too.

OUTSIDE

- To the front is a large brick paved driveway leading to a garage with electric roller door. The drive merges into a patio to the side of the conservatory enjoying a southerly aspect and the city views. The rear garden is pleasantly enclosed by a walled boundary with neighbouring mature trees beyond enhancing a n incredible sense of privacy you just would not expect from a property in this location. From this garden you enjoy a most incredible view of the historic viaduct and outlook towards Victoria Gardens beyond. There is access from here to outside storage and a gardener's loo.

SERVICES & COUNCIL TAX

PV Solar Panels, mains gas, water, drainage and electric. Council Tax Band - E

SURROUNDING AREA

With a population of around 20,000 the city of Truro is intimate and friendly whilst offering the facilities and cache that one would expect as Cornwall's capital. As well as its cathedral, with its distinctive spire, Truro is well-known for its excellent Georgian architecture (widely regarded as the best example west of Bath), its cobbled streets, vibrant shopping centre and well-stocked farmers' markets. Its parks and open spaces include Victoria Gardens, Boscawen Park and Daubuz Moors.

Just nine miles from the south coast of Cornwall with its sandy beaches and breathtaking scenery, Truro lies on the confluence of the rivers Kenwyn and Allen. They combine to form the Truro river that leads into the River Fal and then on to the large natural harbour of Carrick Roads.

Surrounding the city is beautiful countryside and parkland including the historic Pencalenick and the ornamental Trelissick Gardens and Tregothnan which is further down the Truro River. Alongside the River Allen, close to the city centre, is a Local Nature Reserve and south east of the city around Calenick Creek has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

As well as being home to the Royal Cornwall Hospital and offering a mainline rail link to London Paddington, Truro is blessed with arguably the best primary and secondary schools in the county. Primary schools which include, Bosvigo, Archbishop Benson and St Marys with Penair and Richard Lander fantastic secondary schools. Truro also has probably the most popular and highest achieving private schools in the county with Truro Prep and Polwhele School preparatory schools and Truro School and Truro Girls High leading the private secondary education. Independent and specialist shops are dotted between the best names on the high street and twice a week Lemon Quay hosts a colourful farmers' market full of local produce. The indoor Pannier Market is open all year-round with many stalls and small businesses. The city is also popular for its excellent restaurants, cafes and bistros.

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