Lying forgotten and uninhabited for 20 years, the Comer Homes Group has now taken up the responsibility of restoring Truro House, and its enigmatic character, to its former glory. With the company's characteristic care, and working under the guidance of English Heritage, skilled craftsmen have been enlisted to breathe fresh life into the buildings original period details and the finest of finishing touches have been gathered from across the globe.


There has stood a building on this site since the mid seventeenth century, with 1673 records showing the land occupied by the Kings Arms coaching inn, a chapter of its history which lives on today in the original brickwork and timber framing of the houses cellar and the name of the nearby bridge that crosses the New River.

When, after almost 200 colourful years as a public house the land was suddenly sold in 1828, the building and its grounds were reborn as a family home, which came to be known as Truro Cottage. Soon after, when local draper Thomas Reynolds adapted and extended the building, to reflect its grander status it was renamed Truro House.

Following in the Reynolds footsteps came a succession of families and personalities, and as you wander through the houses remarkable rooms today, the mark left by each can be felt in its unique and characterful interiors.

As you step through the Corinthian porch and into the imposing Gothic wood panelled entrance hall, it soon becomes evident that Truro House truly is one-of-a-kind.

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