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Extending an impressive 4623 sq ft, an Historic Grade II listed building which was once the residence of Lord Chancellor Sir Thomas Wilde and Baron Truro and parts of which date back to 1673. This newly refurbished 5 bedroom detached property has many extraordinary and authentic features including Scaglioa Ionic columns, 18th century pro-style Corinthian porch, original French style louvered shutters, ornate stained glass windows and restored fireplaces. These traditional features sit effortlessly alongside contemporary additions such as under floor heating, fully fitted kitchen, bathrooms and en suites fitted with heritage sanitary ware and Carrera marble wall and floor tiles. There are beautifully landscaped mature gardens and lawns and drive parking for several vehicles.
Truro House is set within its own grounds, nestled away from the main road and accessed through a private gated entrance. Palmers Green over ground station is less than a mile away providing swift access into the City and connections into the West End; there are numerous places to eat and shop at nearby Broomfield Park
Grade II listed
4623 sq ft
Third of an acre of land
Private drive way
Beautiful and mature gardens
Stained glass windows
Authentic and original features mixed with contemporary additions.
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