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2 bedroom apartment for sale

Beechwood Parc, Truro, TR1

Withdrawn from Market £124,900

Property Description

Key features

  • Ground Floor Apartment
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Shared Ownership
  • One Bathroom
  • Double Glazed
  • Central Heating
  • Communal Gardens
  • Garage

Full description

Tenure: Leasehold

The Property
This wonderful and meticulously kept two bedroom apartment in this fantastic part of Truro is a truly great find. As you drive into this cul de sac you immediately feel that you are situated in a well designed and thought out complex. The Home from the outside is bright and painted in a lovely Cornish cream with white trims. The parking is well planned and you can park two cars outside the garage and the garage itself is large.

The grounds surrounding the apartment are lawn and at the back there is a small brook with a running stream.

When you step inside the main entrance you are greeted by a well planned area which is very pleasing to the eye. Moving into the apartment there is entrance hallway where you can access each of the rooms. The storage cupboard is large can also be used as an airing area. The bathroom has tiled floor and is well throughout and bright. As you walk down the hallway and step into the main living area you really get a sense of how spacious this apartment is. The living area has plenty of room for a large sofa combination and large TV. Perfect for entertaining the kitchen diner is beautiful with upgrades on the cabinets which have a gloss finish. The kitchen has been planned for a washer, dishwasher, fridge freezer and has a built in gas hob with oven underneath. From the kitchen there are pleasing views to a lawn and tree area over the brook.

Down the hallway again and the master bedroom has plenty of wow factor, its a really large room with a unique shape and design with recess for either a large wardrobe or you can build one in.

The second bedroom again has plenty of room and has views to the rear of the property.

This apartment has it all, seclusion with no passing highway traffic nestled away with low maintenance in mind. Parking is a breeze and a large garage. Wow factor on the inside with trendy and thoughtful design combined with energy efficiency makes this apartment stand out from anything else out there.


Open Plan Living
Open Plan Living 13'6" x 15'5"
Spacious and bright living area with laminate flooring and area for enterianment TV set up and large seating.

Kitchen / Diner
Kitchen / Diner 13'6" x 9'2" which is open plan to the main living area with laminate flooring. Wonderful upgrades on the cabinets with a gloss finish and lots of counter top space. Designed with room for built in appliances. Gas hob and built in oven underneath. Lovely views from the kitchen sink area to the lawned area and top of the brook.

Bedroom One
Master Bedroom 14' 7" x 13' 11"
Large master bedroom with recess for wardrobes and carpeted. Double glazed windows with views to open area and trees.

Bedroom Two
Bedroom Two 14' 3" x 7' 1"
Very nice sized second bedroom with laminate flooring and views to rear and double glazed window.

Bathroom
Bathroom 8' 5" x 5' 7"
Wonderful and modern bathroom with wash basin and shaver point, low level wc, paneled bath and shower with privacy window.

Entrance Hallway
Entrance Hallway
With telephone entry system and Built-in storage cupboard with access to the entire apartment.

Off Road Parking
Parking in front of the garage for two cars.

Garage
Large garage 17'7" x 8'4" with up and over door

Communal Gardens
Gardens To the front and rear of the property which are lawned.

Council Tax Band
Council Tax Band B

Shared Ownership
This property is subject to Section 106 restrictions covering who is eligible to occupy it. Please call Help to Buy South West on 0300 100 0021 to check your eligibility. Wainhomes retain a 25% share in the property with the price listed being 75% of the current open market value which is £169,983.00

Local Area
Truro is a city and civil parish in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. Truro is Cornwall's county town and only city, its centre for administration, leisure and retail it also had a population recorded in the 2011 census of 18,766. It is the most southern city in mainland Great Britain. People from Truro are known as Truronians.

Truro grew as a centre of trade from its port and then as a stannary town for the tin mining industry. The city's cathedral was completed in 1910. Places of interest include the Royal Cornwall Museum, the Hall for Cornwall and Cornwall's Courts of Justice.

Local Area Two
Shopping in Truro is a unique and enjoyable experience.

Visitors and locals travel to Truro, drawn by the City’s combination of top national shops, fashionable boutiques and independent stores. As well as the bustling Pannier Market and the popular Lemon Street Market with its art gallery and cafes with internet access.

Pydar Street and King Street are the epicenter of the well known national shops which intertwine into quaint opes full of smaller interesting and quirky shops. Explore River Street and Victoria Square for the independent jewellery and fashion shops which sport well known surf brands such as Quiksilver and Volcom. Then for a well earned break, continue on to Kenwyn Street, which is home to quality eateries and popular local bars and pubs.

Don’t forget Lemon Quay, which is home to one of the South West's largest Marks and Spencer, and Desire by Debenhams for Women.

Take a wander down Pydar Mews for fabulous gifts, jewellery and treats or head to Victoria Square which leads onto Kenwyn, River and Little Castle Streets for original clothes, shoes, homeware and more.

Enjoy the hustle and bustle of Truro farmers’ market on Lemon Quay every Wednesday and Saturday. The quay is also within easy reach of the Pannier Market and Lemon Street Market offering an array of shops and stalls.

And when you’ve shopped until you’ve dropped, put your feet up with a cuppa or a glass of wine at one of the city’s many coffee shops or bars.

Features
Low maintenance, high efficiency, large communal bin storage area, high elevation 32 metres above sea level, blazing fast internet speed of 72.2mbs with current provider, low running costs, parking. The lease is 999 years from 2011.


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15 January 2018

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