Behind mature trees, a way from the bustle of Green Lanes, lies an idyllic piece of French country charm, where you’d least expect it.
The story behind this address’s extraordinary French connection may be a local mystery, but it is a heritage and style that continues in this beautiful collection of period and contemporary homes.
Built in the nineteenth century, Truro House, the impressive detached villa that lends its name to this new address, retains many of its original features, from shutters and stained glass to parquet flooring, ornate mantelpieces and elaborate timbered ceilings.
The former Coach House has been transformed into a modern family home,while the newly built townhouse and one- and two-bed apartments are designed to sit in perfect harmony with the grand buildings that have stood here for almost 200 years. And, after decades in the wilderness, the gardens and landscaped lawns are once again a joy to discover.