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A delightful four bedroom country home in a very private position that is surrounded by its own land of circa. 4 acres and is located in an extremely convenient location approx. 1.5 miles from Truro City Centre.
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Approached via a long secluded driveway, The Laurels sits in an elevated position offering splendid views over its land towards the stream that meanders along the properties boundary. Our client purchased the property in 1981 and has extended the property during her ownship. This generous country home sits almost central within its plot being surrounding by its own land totalling just under 4 acres. The property is entered into a reception hall with a few steps down into the formal sitting room which features a beautiful log burning stove. From here an opening leads to the inner hallway and provides access to further ground floor accommodation. The sitting room enjoys large windows overlooking the gardens providing a pleasant outlook
In addition to the spacious sitting room situated next to it is another reception room currently being used as a Study. This room is large enough to be used as a formal dining room, library or snug if required. The generous kitchen / breakfast room is again presented to a lovely standard and houses a recently refitted kitchen with a generous array of base units complimented by spacious work surfaces. The focal point of the kitchen is a white 2 oven Rayburn recessed into a chimney breast together with some beautiful parque flooring. Completing the accommodation on the ground floor is a rear utility room / bootroom and separate cloakroom / wc.
At first floor level there are 4 bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master bedroom features en suite shower room facilities and a triple aspect outlook over the surrounding gardens and grounds. Externally the property sits comfortably within its plot of just under 4 acres. The land is spread over 3 paddocks and features a range of useful outbuildings and stable blocks throughout. There is a detached garage and carport set within the driveway area which offers parking for a multitude of vehicles. There is a delightful stream that runs along the boundary of The Laurels with a wonderful waterfall located halfway throughout the stream. The Laurels boundary extends to the middle of the stream therefore allowing single bank fishing in the stream from the land owned by The Laurels being permitted.
The paddocks offer various uses such as Caravan or camping, subject to the necessary permissions, housing of various livestock or simply for quite enjoyment of the new owner. The property is the only property accessed via the secluded lane and therefore totally seclusion is almost guaranteed yet Truro City Centre is only a few minutes drive away.
Enjoying a rural position, located to the south-west of Truro city within the highly regarded Parish of Kenwyn, yet within only one and a half miles of the city centre and the Royal Cornwall (Treliske) Hospital, and one mile from County Hall. Truro city provides the county's finest range of secondary schooling with Truro School, Truro High School, Penair, Richard Lander and Truro College all within easy access. The cathedral city also provides the county's legal, administrative, health and retail centre for the county with a main-line railway station and connection to London (Paddington).
The A30 trunk road is within an approximate fifteen minute drive, providing rapid and easy access around and out of the county; Newquay Airport being within a forty minute drive. Both the north and south coasts of Cornwall are close at hand; the south coast providing some of the best day-sailing waters in the county and the north coast offering championship surfing beaches and breathtaking cliff top walks along the South West Coast Path.
The following services are available Mains electricity, water and drainage. Oil fired Rayburn. Telephone and broadband connected. (however we have not verified connection).
Truro City Centre - 2 miles St Agnes - 8 miles Perranporth - 10.5 miles Newquay Airport - 21 miles (all distances are approx.)
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