Northfield Drive, Truro, TR1


You enter the property into an entrance porch with an area for coats and shoes which then opens through into a larger entrance hallway. The hallway leads into all of the bedrooms, bathroom, living room and kitchen.

The kitchen has a front facing aspect and has been fitted with a range of wall and base mounted storage units set under work surface areas with inset sink drainer unit. A doorway opens off the kitchen into a further hall area with door to a WC/utility room off and the dining area with a further door leading to the rear garden. The living room has a central feature fireplace and enjoys an abundance of natural light through a large south easterly facing window and through a similar window in the open plan dining area. There are two double size bedrooms with the main bedroom having the added benefit of a range of bedroom furniture including wardrobes and eye level cupboards. The two bedrooms are complemented by a shower room comprising; shower cubicle, low level WC, wash hand basin and bidet.

Off the hallway the third bedroom is now being used as a study/walkthrough bedroom due to the addition of the fantastic sunroom. The sunroom is the perfect spot to sit and enjoy the impressive garden. However, with a little reconfiguration this side of the property could be utilised for dependant relatives/annexe area.

The outside space is truly a remarkable feature and properties with generous plots such as this are few and far between in Truro.

Parking and garage:
There is driveway parking for two cars which in turn leads to the single garage.

Front garden:
The front garden has been predominantly laid to lawn edged by a wide variety of mixed mature shrubbery providing splashes of colour.

Rear garden:
Measuring in excess of 100ft. South Easterly facing.
The rear garden commences off the sun room with a generous paved seating area with a large electrically operated awning to provide shade on the hottest of day. The majority of the remainder has been laid to lawn with mixed mature shrubbery and interspersed with mature fruit producing trees including apple and damson. There are timber outbuildings which will remain; A 16ft Timber shed, summerhouse and aviary.


The Cathedral city of Truro has the county's leading range of retail, business, leisure, schooling and medical facilities together with a main line railway station (2.3 miles) with direct services to London Paddington, the midlands, north and Scotland, whilst Cornwall's north coast beaches are within easy reach as St Agnes being only 7 miles away.

Mains water and drainage
Mains gas to gas central heating boiler
Mains electricity
Telephone line connected
uPVC double glazing
Council tax band 'D'