Redruth is a small commercial town, with a population recorded in 2001 of 12,352. A museum organised by the Old Cornwall Society is housed in the Town Council office at the bottom of the main street.
Redruth is also home to Carn Brea, which has historical interest. Key shops and other outlets within the town centre include a multi-screen cinema, a covered market way, the Cornish Studies Centre, an old butter market, various antique shops, a secondhand book shop and two supermarkets. Off the main high street (Fore Street), there are two separate specialist shopping areas, Bond Street (to the south of the railway station) and Green Lane to the north.
From the A30 just east of Scorrier head southwest then take the A3047 exit toward Helston/B3297/Scorrier and continue for 0.2 miles. Continue onto A3047 for another 0.3 miles. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit to stay on A3047. At the roundabout after 0.6 miles, continue straight onto Mount Ambrose/A393. At the next roundabout (after another 0.6 miles), take the 1st exit onto Sandy Lane/A393 and continue for 0.4 miles go straight over the double roundabout. The Paddock is on the right after 0.7 miles.
Enter the Paddock and turn left at the "T" junction and follow the road for 250 yards, No 23 is on the left.
The Paddock is a well proportioned three bedroom detached bungalow, in excellent decorative order, located on a quiet Cul-de-sac, and comprises; lounge diner, kitchen, cloakroom and a family bathroom. The property is completed by a front garden, pleasant rear gardens, a garage and a drive with parking.
No. 23 is located at the end of peaceful Cul-de-sac on the Southern edge of Redruth. The front garden is mainly laid to lawn, on the left a drive leads up to the garage.
Step up to the sheltered front entrance and open the UPVC decoratively double glazed door.
To the left a door gives access to the Cloakroom, while a door on the right opens to the lounge area. The kitchen is ahead and the hall turns to the left, leading to the bedrooms and bathroom.
There is a ceiling hatch to the loft, a tall cupboard, an airing cupboard a radiator and the finish includes skirting boards and coving.
The coloured suite comprises low level WC with close coupled cistern and wash hand basin in vanity unit, and an obscure double glazed window in the front elevation provides illumination.
LOUNGE DINER: 8.58m by 3.95m 28'2" x 13'0"
The lounge has a double glazed window in the front elevation overlooking the approach with radiator below. Features include gas fired stove, TV connection point, a telephone point, skirting boards and coving. The room also gives direct access to the dining room.
DINER: Narrows to 3.02m -> 9'11"
The dining room is open to the lounge, has a radiator, double glazed patio doors to the rear garden and a similar finish to the lounge.
KITCHEN: 3.39m by 2.45m 11'1" x 8'0"
The kitchen has a range of wall, base and drawer units with roll edged beech block effect work tops accommodating a stainless steel drainer sink with mixer tap over. The splash backs are tiled (as is the floor), there is space for a fridge, freezer, washing machine and cooker with extractor hood over. A double glazed door (with adjacent window) opens to the garden.
Return through the kitchen door to the hall.
BEDROOM 3: 3.39m by 2.20m 11'1" x 7'3"
Bedroom 3, currently used as an office, has a double glazed window in the rear elevation, with radiator below, overlooking the garden and, as with the other bedrooms, is finished with skirting boards and coving.
BEDROOM 1: 3.26m by 3.10m 10'8" x 10'2"
This well proportioned room is lit by a double glazed window in the rear elevation, with radiator below, and has a built in wardrobe with sliding doors.
BEDROOM 2: 2.98m by 2.71m 9'9" x 8'11"
With a similar built in wardrobe, bedroom two has a double glazed window in the front elevation with radiator below and overlooks the approach.
FAMILY BATHROOM: 2.71m by 1.69m 8'11" x 5'7"
The coloured suite comprises; low level WC with close coupled cistern, wash hand basin in vanity unit and panelled bath with electric shower over. Light is provided by an obscure double glazed window in the front elevation. An extractor fan provides ventilation, a radiator supplies heat and the wet areas are tiled.
Garage: 5.19m by 2.76m 17'0" x 9'1"
With roller door in front elevation and pedestrian door in the rear elevation to the garden, the garage has a pitched roof (providing storage space), light and power.
Mainly laid to lawn with occasional flower beds the garden has a path along the rear elevation, a patio adjacent to the dining room, and an elevated rear boundary providing seclusion.
Immediate vacant possession on completion.