Redruth is a small commercial town, with a population recorded in 2011 of 14,018. 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 second hand 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. The new street landscaping includes wooden seating, with granite furniture, new signposts, street lights and litter bins, and two sets of bronze 'dogs', which were cast from the boots of former tin miners by sculptor David Kemp. The town has a burgundy colour theme, which is in the new Public Realm regeneration to highlight the town's name.
From Truro head west on the A390 towards Chiverton Cross and join the A30 headed west. After 3.9 miles take the slip road to Redruth/Porthtowan. Follow the A 3047 for 1.6 miles (turning slightly right at the large roundabout by Blowinghouse), turn right onto Chariot Road. No. 46 is on the right after 0.1 miles.
This traditional well presented three bed semi detached house has period features, a lounge with gas fire, separate dining room superb fitted wooden kitchen, family bathroom (upstairs), double glazing and gas central heating. There are pleasant gardens and a rural aspect to the rear.
Situated on the east side of Chariot Road 1.3 miles from Redruth town centre and 0.9 miles from Pool, the property is close to the shops and school.
The front garden is laid to gravel, there is access to the rear garden by the north elevation, a path leads (past the gas service box) to the UPVC double glazed front door.
PORCH: 1.97m by 1.18m 6'6" x 3'10"
The porch has a tiled floor, double glazed window to the front elevation and door to the hallway.
The hallway gives access to the lounge on the left, the dining room ahead and stairs(with significant storage beneath) to the right. The hall has a radiator, hanging space and a high level electrical service box.
LOUNGE: 4.18m by 3.63m 13'9" x 11'11"
Lit by a double glazed window in the front elevation, the room is serviced by a satellite and terrestrial connections, has a gas fire with tiled wood surround, skirting boards coving and a dado rail. The floor is laminated, there are wall lights and a radiator.
DINING ROOM: 4.36m by 3.00m 14'4" x 9'10"
Step down into the dining room, which has a feature fireplace with brick surround and copper hood, shelved display alcoves on either side and with cupboards below. The finish includes a beamed ceiling and dado rails. An internal window to the kitchen provides natural light and a door gives access to the same.
KITCHEN: 4.50m by 2.62m 14'9" x 8'7"
The kitchen has a comprehensive range of quality wooden wall, base and drawer units. The fridge, freezer, dishwasher, hood, hob and double oven are integrated, there is a one and a half bowl coloured drainer sink with double glazed window and mixer tap over. The floor and splash backs are tiled, there is a further double glazed window to the rear elevation and a door in the side elevation opens to a small courtyard adjacent to the rear garden.
Return to the hallway and ascend to the first floor.
The landing gives access to the bedrooms, bathroom and the loft (by ceiling hatch).
BEDROOM 2: 3.29m by 2.34m 10'10" x 7'8"
Light is admitted by a UPVC double glazed window in the rear elevation overlooking the garden, there is a radiator, exposed beams and skirting boards.
BEDROOM 3: 2.28m by 2.25m 7'6" x 7'5"
Bedroom 3 is lit by a leaded double glazed window in the front elevation and has a radiator and skirting boards.
BEDROOM 1: 3.96m by 2.61m 13'0" x 8'7"
Bedroom 1 has a range of built in wardrobes on one wall, a radiator, coving and a leaded double glazed window to the front elevation overlooking the approach.
FAMILY BATHROOM: 3.37m by 1.75m 11'1" x 5'9"
The bathroom suite comprises low level WC with close coupled cistern, wash hand basin in vanity unit, panelled bath and shower cubicle with "mains" hot water. There is an obscure double glazed window to the rear elevation and extraction.
The secluded rear garden has a courtyard adjacent to the kitchen door, which gives access to a shed and external boiler room. The garden is low maintenance well stocked with mature shrubs and has green fields beyond the rear boundary.
SERVICES: Electricity, Mains Gas, Telephone, Water, Mains Drainage
COUNCIL TAX: Band "A"
Immediate vacant possession on completion.