St. Clement, Nr. Truro

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Enjoying an idyllic, discreet and entirely traffic-free position commanding stunning views over the Tresillian river and woodland, this rare opportunity is located in a peaceful, calming and timeless setting within mature and well stocked gardens of approximately a third of an acre, just moments from Truro.

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  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2

Features

Property Features

  • Extended Edwardian family home
  • Stunning riverside setting
  • River and countryside views
  • Genuine peace and quiet
  • Traffic-free position
  • Mature and well-stocked gardens
  • Detached garage and parking
  • Summerhouse
  • Close to Truro

Details

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Distances
St Clement Church – 350 yards; Truro – 1.6; Boscawen Park (Truro Cricket Club & tennis courts) – 2; Truro Golf Club – 4; Trelissick Gardens (National Trust) 6.5; St Agnes – 10; Mylor Yacht Harbour – 12; Falmouth (centre) – 13; St Mawes – 18; Cornwall Airport (Newquay) – 20

(All distances are approximate and in miles)

Services, tenure and further information
Freehold. Mains electricity and water. Private drainage (sewage treatment works – 2010). Oil fired central heating. Broadband: Ultrafast full fibre is available in the postcode. Council Tax band E

Location
St Clement is a beautiful and timeless riverside hamlet positioned on the banks of the Tresillian river, a tributary of the river Fal, to the southeast of Truro. Individual properties radiate out from the pretty and historic church, originally constructed in medieval times and a central focal point of the village, a site of special significance and within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Riverside and countryside walks abound in the area. The footpath at the bottom of the garden leads along the river to Tressilian in one direction and to Malpas in the other. The Heron Inn at Malpas is a highly regarded riverside gastropub enjoying views over the confluent of the Tresillian and Truro rivers. There is also a farm/coffee shop, modern village hall and active marina.

The cathedral city of Truro is less than two miles away and provides an excellent range of shopping and schooling together with a mainline rail link to London Paddington. The vibrant university town of Falmouth, with its beaches, yacht marinas, National Maritime Museum, eclectic mix of restaurants and thriving arts scene, is just 13 miles away.