This large and flexible 3/4 bedroom property offers abundant accommodation which could be used in a number of ways. The property started out as a three bedroom bungalow but has been extended by the current owners adding a show-stopping living space which could be used as either living or bedroom space. The property itself is set back from the road in a very large garden plot. There is ample driveway parking and a large level lawned front garden. From the front you immediately notice the array of solar panels which are owned by the property and generate a lucrative income. The entrance hallway has attractive parquet flooring which flows into the living room. The living room is a light and bright room with a fireplace. There's a large kitchen / dining room with the kitchen being fitted with a range of units and having granite work surfaces with undermounted sink and integrated drainer grooves. There's a Rayburn and also a separate 5 ring Neff gas hob with wok burner. Bi-folding doors connect the dining area with the patio making a great social indoor / outdoor space. There is oak flooring throughout the kitchen / dining room and this flows neatly into the extension. The extension is a fantastic addition to the home and has a full height space with beamed ceiling and a versatile mezzanine gallery which would work equally well as a study space or guest sleeping area. There are quadruple bi-folding doors to the extension living space also opening out onto the patio making this a great house for entertaining and enjoying the summer months. There's a shower room at this end of the property too meaning that the extension could be used almost like an annexe to the main property if wanted. There's internal access to the integrated garage from this end too and it has a traditional larder with slate slab. At the other end of the property there are three bedrooms (two doubles and a single) large storage cupboard and the family bathroom with shower over the bath and a white suite. The big attraction of this property is the large rear garden which the current owners have as a lovely mix of vegetable and flower beds with fruit trees and bushes. There's a sheltered patio too, a lovely spot to sit and enjoy this pretty outdoor space in the heart of Truro City.
At the top of Lemon Street, when you reach the Lander monument (opposite The Thomas Daniell Pub), turn left into Barrack Lane. It's easy to see why Barrack Lane is one of the most exclusive areas of the City - so close to the centre yet relatively peaceful, there is a mixture of individual properties all set in a pretty, leafy lane. The city centre provides a lively hub with many shops, some excellent restaurants and bars, impressive theatre and a cinema. The main line train station links to London Paddington and the North. The Royal Cornwall Hospital is just three miles away.