St. Clement, Truro
Beautiful Edwardian residence with a contemporary extension, enjoying a peaceful, traffic-free oasis with stunning views over the Tresillian river and surrounding woodland - an idyllic location for those looking for a peaceful and scenic lifestyle while being within easy reach of Truro.
- Stunning views
- Extended and re-modelled in 2022
- Good sized gardens
- Close to Truro
- Parking and garage
- Immediate vacant possession and no onward chain
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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. Oil fired central heating. Broadband: Ultrafast Full Fibre is available. Council Tax band E
St Clement is a charming and timeless hamlet located on the banks of the Tresillian River, a tributary of the river Fal, to the southeast of Truro. The village features a pretty and historic church that serves as a central focal point for the community and is a conservation area and an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The area offers an abundance of countryside and riverside walks, including a footpath that leads along the river to Tressillian in one direction and to Malpas in the other, where you can enjoy stunning views from the highly-regarded Heron Inn riverside gastropub. Other amenities in the area include a farm/coffee shop, modern village hall, and active marina.
The cathedral city, at the head of the river, is just under two miles away, offering a wide range of shopping, schooling, and a mainline rail link to London Paddington. For those seeking a vibrant arts and culture scene, the university town of Falmouth is only 13 miles away and boasts beautiful beaches, yacht marinas, the National Maritime Museum, and a diverse mix of restaurants.
Overall, St Clement provides an idyllic location for those looking for a peaceful and scenic lifestyle while being within easy reach of city amenities.