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A BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED GEORGIAN GRADE II LISTED RESIDENCE ENJOYING MARVELLOUS VIEWS, IN THE POPULAR VILLAGE OF MALPAS Stylishly extended and finished to the highest quality. An entrance hall with glazed roof leads to a bespoke hand painted kitchen supplied and fitted by Treyone of Truro. There is a comprehensive range of appliances including a three-door white electric Aga with a ''Westin' extractor above, a ''Gaggenau' two ring halogen hob and a ''Miele' oven/microwave with warming draw below. Further to these an integrated ''Neff' dishwasher is fitted into an attractive island unit which has quartz worktops, a Villeroy and Boch sink with Blanco taps above and a ''Caple' wine cooler as well as a range of units. This room also enjoys a sandstone floor with underfloor heating and leads on to a utility room, rear lobby and cloakroom. The sitting room has fine river views, an oak floor with a wood burning stove and, at the back, there is a delightful snug. On the first floor the master bedroom has a range of built-in bespoke units with an en-suite shower room, from here French doors lead out onto a private terrace. The second bedroom, enjoying excellent views, is fitted with cast iron radiators (that are also present in the snug, sitting room and master bedroom). The bathroom and shower room, with underfloor heating, are finished to the highest standard with ''Lefroy Brooks' showers and taps, a Victorian and Albert roll-top bath, wash basins with vanity units, a Villeroy and Boch WC. and stainless-steel heated towel rails. THE LOCATION Malpas is a delightful, south facing creek side village located on the banks of the Tresillian and Fal rivers and features the popular Heron Inn public house, a new village hall and a slipway for launching small crafts. To the side of the slipway is a small marina and there are moorings on the river for larger boats, to which villagers have priority allocation. Truro is a small, bustling, friendly city on the Truro River which empties on the south Cornish coast. A mix of national retailers, independent shops and supermarkets including Waitrose is set around the magnificent Cathedral. There is a wide choice of local schools, both public sector and private. Truro is set in a valley amidst beautiful unspoiled countryside at the head of the Truro River, which leads into the Carrick Roads and then into the Fal Estuary. Facilities for golf, sailing, tennis, rugby and other sporting activities are all located either in the city or nearby and, with many local beaches, makes Truro a great city to live in. There is easy access onto the A30, and the A39, both linking Cornwall to the M5 at Exeter. The North and South coastlines are within easy reach, and there is a mainline railway station providing access to London Paddington. Regular scheduled flights operate from Newquay airport to Heathrow with flight times of less than one hour.
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