Located on the eastern fringe of Truro and enjoying a peaceful, traffic-free and semi-rural setting, this impeccably presented detached home provides classic, high quality and welcoming accommodation across three floors complemented perfectly by a well-tended and colourful garden, a far-reaching view and double garaging.
- Edge of Truro location
- No-through road
- Highly-regarded development built in 2006/7 by Rosemullion Homes
- Attractive and classic façade
- Two reception rooms
- Superb contemporary German kitchen
- Four bedrooms (master en suite), all with fitted wardrobes
- Enclosed gardens
- Double garage
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Waitrose & Great Cornish Food Store – 500 yards; Truro city centre – 1; Mainline railway station – 2; Boscawen Park & tennis courts – 2; St Clement – 2.5; Malpas – 3; Royal Cornwall Hospital (Treliske) – 4; Trelissick Garden, Feock (National Trust) –6; A30 (Carland Cross) – 6; Perranporth – 10; Mylor Yacht Harbour – 11.5; Falmouth – 12; St Mawes – 17; Cornwall Airport (Newquay) – 8
(All distances are approximate and in miles)
Tenure, services & general information
Freehold. Mains electricity, water, drainage and gas. Gas central heating. Broadband: Superfast is available in the postcode. Council Tax band G
The Location & Background
Belvedere was constructed by highly-regarded Rosemullion Homes in 2006/7 on farmland sold by the Duchy of Cornwall. The Duchy were closely involved in the scheme in order to guarantee an attractive and small development of high-quality homes with a blend of Georgian, Victorian and Art Deco-influenced architecture. The 25 houses were designed by award-winning architects Batterton Tyack (tyackarchitects.com) who successfully respected the site’s contours and geography. Belvedere features curving terraces of houses approached via raised pavements and charming walkways. The design palate was mixed and varied in order to provide a characterful new development with communal open spaces.
Waitrose and the Great Cornish Food Store were subsequently built in 2016 providing great convenience, along with the Park & Ride connecting the east side of Truro with the city centre. Truro boasts a wide and varied mix of national and boutique retailers found within the pretty cobbled streets radiating out from the iconic Gothic Revival cathedral (1880 – 1910). An eclectic mix of restaurants, coffee shops and bars along with a cinema and art galleries, are complemented by the national-class Hall for Cornwall, which has recently reopened following a major refurbishment.