Cornwall's only city, Truro is a hub for the region's retail, leisure and service industry. Originally a port and trading centre for tin, Truro's industrial areas are now home to a full spectrum of industrial activity and its status as the media capital of Cornwall is important to the city's economy. Connected to London by the Cornish mainline, Truro is the vibrant heart of the far southwest. Browse our commercial availability in Truro below and use the Map view to further explore the area.
Truro is a city and civil parish in Cornwall. Truro is Cornwall’s county town. It is the centre for leisure and retail. The recorded population in 2011 census was 18,766.
The subject property is located in a prominent location on the pedestrianised Pydar Street. Nearby occupiers include Next, Boots, Joules Clothing, TK Maxx and Laura Ashley.
A major residential development opportunity (subject to planning) situated adjacent to Truro Railway Station and within walking distance of the city centre. A level site comprising approximately 1.75 hectares (4.32 acres) (gross). Offers are invited on a conditional (subject to planning) or unconditional basis.
See the latest Truro commercial property for sale listings from across the sale market.
Currently there are 6 available commercial properties in Truro for sale.
Former St Mary Sunday School Hall
is the latest commercial property for sale (1,884 sq ft), listed by Miller Commercial LLP.
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commercial property for sale
and 12 billion sq. ft. of
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. Realla also attracts a large community of Truro commercial real estate professionals with 1,000s of members comprised of agents, corporate executives, service providers, and more than 1 million buyers, tenants and other principals throughout the UK.