St. George’s Road, Truro


Providing stylish and bespoke accommodation over three floors, this 1860-built Grade 2 Listed townhouse is a very fine example of the late Georgian period. Positioned on the edge of the centre of Truro and enjoying a backdrop view of Victoria Gardens, this beautifully renovated townhouse includes original detailing, three double bedrooms and a low maintenance garden.

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  • Availability: Sold
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Council Tax Band: D


Property Features

  • Georgian townhouse
  • 3 double bedrooms
  • German kitchen
  • Sumptuous living room
  • Three storeys
  • Boutique bathroom
  • Permit parking


Full Details

Mainline railway station – 500 yards; Cathedral – 700 yards; Boscawen Park – 1.5; Idless Woods – 2; St Agnes – 9; Perranporth – 9; Mylor Yacht Harbour – 11; Falmouth – 12; Cornwall Airport (near Newquay) – 21

(All distances are approximate and in miles)

Tenure, services & general information
Freehold. Mains electricity, water, drainage and gas. Central heating system installed in 2012. Broadband: Fibre is available in the postcode.

Grade 2 Listed. Council Tax band D. Permit parking along St George’s Road.

The Location
St George’s Road is situated on the edge of the centre of Truro and is known for its church and close proximity of the wonderful Victoria Gardens. Within the shortest of level walks are a local convenience store, Truro’s varied shops, cathedral, restaurants, museum, cinema, coffee shops, squash club and skateboard park. Idless Woods are just two miles away where there are wonderful woodland walks and cycle trails along with a popular open-air café.

Truro boasts a wide and varied mix of national and boutique retailers found within the pretty cobbled streets radiating out from its impressive and prominent cathedral.
Sports enthusiasts are particularly well-catered for with a sports centre with swimming pool, two tennis clubs, squash club, rugby, football and cricket clubs within the city. Watersports are readily accessible with the north coast surfing beaches and highly regarded sailing waters of the Carrick Roads on the south coast, both within a short drive.