Belvedere Truro, Truro, Cornwall, TR1
- LOWER GROUND FLOOR - Covered Entrance Porch, Reception hall, Cloakroom
- GROUND FLOOR - Kitchen/Breakfast Room with Aga, Utility, Study,Playroom/Dining Room, Conservatory, Sitting Room
- FIRST FLOOR - Master Bedroom , Guest Suite, 2 Further Bedrooms, Family Bathroom
- OUTSIDE - Garage, Additional Parking, Secluded Rear Garden
The site was formerly farmland owned and managed by the Duchy of Cornwall. Rosemullion Homes commissioned award winning architects Batterton Tyack Associates to create a development inspired by the distinctive tradition of Georgian, Victorian and Art Deco buildings in Truro. The reception hall, with its limestone floor stairs, leads up to the well fitted kitchen/breakfast room featuring a comprehensive range of units and appliances which includes a stunning gas fired limited edition black Aga and turreted breakfast area. The utility room with gas fired boiler and space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer is next to the study. A playroom/dining room leads out to a conservatory with limestone floor and under floor heating. The dual aspect sitting room enjoys an attractive fireplace with inset gas fire and double doors that lead out to a rear terrace. On the next floor the master bedroom takes pride of place with its well-proportioned accommodation, quirky turret space and en-suite shower room. There are two single bedrooms and a family bathroom on this level. Five steps up lead on to a guest suite with further en-suite shower room.
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 (development) is set around the magnificent cathedral. There is a wide choice of local schools, both public sector and private, some within walking distance. 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. Facilities for golf, sailing, tennis, rugby and other sporting activities are all located either in the city or nearby and with many local beaches Truro is 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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Belvedere Truro, Truro, Cornwall, TR1
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Truro Station1.5 miles
- Perranwell Station5.3 miles
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