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Strangways Terrace, Truro, Cornwall, TR1

Guide price £635,000

Under offer

4 Beds 2 Baths 3 Receptions

REF: TRU180116


  • GROUND FLOOR Drawing room, Dining room, Kitchen and Utility room
  • FIRST FLOOR, Sitting room/Bedroom, Bedroom, Bathroom
  • SECOND FLOOR, 3 Bedrooms
  • ANNEXE Sitting room, Kitchen, Bedrooms, Store room, Bathroom
  • OUTSIDE Well presented garden to the rear
  • Off road parking


AN ATTRACTIVE GRADE II LISTED RESIDENCE WITH A SEPARATE APARTMENT WITH PARKING A striking Grade II listed townhouse positioned within one of the city's prime locations. This is a rare opportunity to purchase a period property situated in this area of Truro which simultaneously offers widely sought after off-road parking and beautiful rear gardens. Within the substantially sized residence there are three reception rooms, four bedrooms, a family bathroom and a utility room/WC. This pristine Georgian townhouse enjoys character features across three floors which include wooden sash windows, offering delightful views into the city, and beautifully decorated open fireplaces in the living room and master bedroom respectively. Additionally, the property offers letting potential with a self-contained apartment opportunity, if rental income would be desirable. The annexe could be incorporated back into the main house subject to the necessary planning permission and building consents. All of the above is just 5 minutes' walk from the city's finest retail stores, bars and renowned private schools. THE LOCATION 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 a new Waitrose, is set around the magnificent cathedral. There is a wide choice of local schools, both public sector and private, some within walking distance of 4 Strangways Terrace. Truro is set in a valley amidst beautiful unspoiled countryside at the head of the Truro River, which leads into the Carrick Roads and on into the Fal Estuary. There are local or nearby facilities for golf, sailing, tennis, rugby and other sporting activities with many local beaches, making this is a wonderful city in which to live. 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 (29 miles) to Gatwick with flight times of less than one hour.