SpecificationLaminate worktops with matching upstands
Soft close doors and drawers
Electrolux stainless steel integrated appliances including double oven, ceramic hob, washer dryer, integrated dishwasher and fridge/freezer
Stainless steel chimney hood and splash back
Franke Elba stainless steel 1.5 bowl sink and Franke Danube mixer taps
Saloni ceramic tiled floors
Bathrooms and Ensuite
Roca Gap sanitaryware, with contemporary chrome fittings and taps
Roca Carla bath in main bathroom with chrome mixer tap
Roca toilet seat with soft closing hinges
Mira Select thermostatic shower to ensuite
Mira shower trays and Roman Collage door to shower enclosure of ensuite
Saloni ceramic tiling – full height around bath and shower enclosures, half height to remaining walls
Half height tiling and bath mixer tap with hose in bathrooms (in homes with ensuites)
Chrome towel warmer to main bathroom and ensuite
Internal walls and smooth ceilings finished in white
Internal woodwork finished in white gloss
Vicaima walnut veneer entrance doors
Vicaima light oak veneer internal doors with satin chrome levers
Brushed stainless steel electrical fittings to kitchen
White electrical fittings to all other rooms including living room, dining room and master bedroom
TV points to living room, dining room and master bedroom with Sky plus ready points to the living room and master bedroom
BT points to living room, hall, study (if no study, smallest bedroom) and master bedroom
Pendant lights to dining room, living room, hall, study, all bedrooms and landings
Valletta 3 head spot lights in main bathroom and ensuite
Downlighters in kitchen and hall
Peace of mind
Mains operated smoke detector to landings and hall
10 year NHBC warranty. Each home will be independently surveyed during construction by the National House Building Council, who will issue its 10 year war ranty certificate on completion of the home
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The prominent Royal Barham House is an exclusive development of two, three and four bedroom luxury apartments. Dating back over 200 years, Royal Barham House was the former infirmary building for the Royal Cornwall Hospital. In its prime, elevated position, this historical building offers breathtaking views of the cathedral, viaduct and down into Truro from the upper floors. These stunning apartments (some duplex) will include all the mod cons, while maintaining the building’s striking Georgian architectural features, including high ceilings and large windows.
Truro is famed for its cathedral, cobbled streets, open spaces and Georgian architecture.
Elegant Georgian townhouses line Lemon Street, evoking memories of Truro’s 18th and 19th century heyday when the city became the county’s centre for high society. Today, this is where you’ll find the award-winning Lemon Street Market with first-floor The Lander Gallery, home to the county’s largest selection of classic and contemporary art – all with a Cornish theme. A little under a mile away is the Royal Cornwall Museum, the leading museum of Cornish culture.
Truro’s unique combination of bustling markets, national chains, boutiques and independent stores draws visitors and locals alike. Enjoy the hustle and bustle of Truro’s Farmer’s Market, held every Wednesday and Saturday at Lemon Quay; this is also where you’ll find one of the UK’s largest Marks & Spencer stores. The vibrant Pannier Market boasts more than 40 independent traders under one roof. Wander down Pydar Mews and King Street for a host of well-known chains alongside quirky shops. Then head to Victoria Square and River Street for original fashion, jewellery and more.
Seek sanctuary in one of Truro’s many peaceful parks. Perhaps an al fresco lunch in Victoria Gardens or a stroll around the duck pond at Boscawen Park, on the banks of the Truro River. Immerse yourself in Truro’s café culture and watch the world go by. Or perhaps take in a show at the thriving Hall for Cornwall theatre or a movie at The Plaza cinema. Treat yourself to some of the city’s finest cuisine on Kenwyn Street – including brasserie-style dining at The One Eyed Cat, set in a converted Grade II listed 19th century chapel, or traditional ‘pub grub’ at William IV, a St Austell Brewery pub.
Individual, Idyllic, Irresistible - Discover Your Cornwall
Welcome to a county where nothing is more than a stone’s throw from the coast.
Truro is an ideal base to explore Cornwall, Britain’s most temperate and sunny county. You’re just 15 miles from the popular surfing and water sports destination of Newquay on the north coast. 15 miles north east lies the ancient market town of St Austell and the iconic Eden Project. Truro's wonderful estuary location is approximately 11 miles from Falmouth which is steeped in maritime history. Enjoy a relaxing day on the beach or a boat trip on the Fal estuary, then round off your day with a quintessentially Cornish cream tea.
You’ll find state and independent schooling of the highest calibre here. Less than half a mile from Royal Barham House is Truro High School, ranked in the Top 50 Independent Girls’ Boarding Schools in the UK. Just over a mile away is Penair School, a specialist science college, while the large mixed independent Truro School lies a little under one mile away. Truro College, rated as one of the top colleges in the country, is just half a mile away.
Truro is just six miles from the A30, connecting to all points east and west. To the city’s south is the A390, connecting to the A38 for Plymouth, Exeter and the M5. The bus station at Lemon Quay, less than half a mile away, offers an extensive bus service. And from Truro railway station, just over half a mile away, you can reach Plymouth in one hour and 14 minutes, Exeter in two hours and 12 minutes, and Bristol Temple Meads in three hours and 19 minutes.* Newquay Airport, approximately 19 miles away, offers frequent flights to many UK cities and European destinations.