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 Lanner Hill continue towards Redruth, at the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto South Downs/B3300 and continue to follow for 1.2 miles, crossing straight over one set of traffic lights, going under the viaduct then straight over two more sets of lights. Foundry House is in the right hand side of the road just before Roach's Row.
This is a well executed, one bedroom conversion of a handsome granite house, which is well presented, has double glazing, electric heating and provides comfortable ground floor accommodation with allocated parking. Foundry House is very near to the town centre and station.
There is allocated parking in front of Foundry House. Access to apartment 1 is by the Main door in the middle of the house, Flat One is on the ground floor to the left of the solid wooden door.
Open the panelled door to the hallway which gives access to the apartments. Flat One is on the left and entered by a white panelled fire door.
The hallway has hanging space, houses the electrical consumer unit gives access to the living room and bedroom.
LIVING ROOM: 4.37m by 4.18m 14'4" x 13'9"
This comfortable living space is lit by a double glazed windows in the front elevation overlooking the approach and is serviced by TV and telephone connection points.
Warmed by an electrical radiator the room has skirting boards and direct access to the kitchenette.
Equipped with a range of contemporary wall, base and drawer units, a built in cooker with hood and hob over, there is a fridge freezer and space (and services) for a washing machine The kitchen has roll edged grey marble effect work tops which house a stainless steel sink with mixer tap over and water heater in the cupboard below. The kitchen is directly accessible from the living room and has a vinyl floor adjacent to the units.
BEDROOM: 4.19m by 2.92m 13'9" x 9'7"
Lit by a double glazed window in the side elevation, the bedroom has an electric radiator, skirting boards and connections for TV and telephone. A white panelled door opens to the shower room.
The white suite comprises; low level WC with close coupled cistern, wash hand basin in vanity unit and shower cubicle with electric shower over. The room has a radiator, extractor, vinyl floor, skirting boards, medicine cupboard and shaving point with illumination.
The property has a block paved car park to the front with numbered parking spaces.
Electricity, Telephone, Water and Drainage
£42.62 per calendar month for maintenance, Insurance and ground rent.
Immediate vacant possession on completion.
Energy Performance Certificates (EPC)
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