6 bedroom detached house for saleMylor Bridge, Falmouth, Cornwall
- SIX BEDROOM ACCOMMODATION
- SPACIOUS LIVING ROOM WITH LOG BURNER
- GENEROUS KITCHEN/DINING ROOM
- FANTASTIC CONSERVATORY
- UTILITY AND GROUND FLOOR CLOAKROOM
- HUGE FAMILY BATHROOM AND SEPARATE SHOWER ROOM
- OIL FIRED CENTRAL HEATING AND DOUBLE GLAZING
- SOUTH FACING ENCLOSED PRIVATE GARDEN
- EXTENSIVE DRIVEWAY
Located along Bells Hill within the highly regarded Creek Side Village of Mylor Bridge, a spacious detached family home offering up to six bedroom accommodation.
Generous living room, spacious kitchen/dining room, large conservatory, utility room and ground floor cloak room. Huge first floor family and separate shower room.
Oil fired central heating and double glazing. Lovely enclosed, south facing lawned garden and newly created rear driveway providing ample off road parking or storage for boats/motor homes.
This stunning home is within a few minutes walk of the centre of Mylor Bridge . The village offers a diverse range of amenities including a general store, post office, butcher, fishmonger, newsagent, hairdresser, Doctor’s practice and Dentist surgery together with a highly regarded village Primary School and popular village Inn, ‘The Lemon Arms’. Mylor Bridge has a thriving and active village community with many clubs and associations and regular bus services. Falmouth and the Cathedral City of Truro are approximately 15 minutes drive away and offer good shopping, health and educational facilities.
Mylor Parish lies on the west shore of the river Fal and Carrick Roads. It is bounded on the north by Feock Parish and Restronguet Creek with its award winning Pandora Inn, on the west by St. Gluvias and Perranarworthal and the south by Falmouth and Falmouth Harbour. Across Carrick Roads to the east is the beautiful Roseland Peninsula.
The picturesque Restronguet Creek is north – east of Mylor Bridge. The renowned and award winning ‘Pandora Inn’, located in a spectacular setting on the edge of the Restronguet Creek, is a short drive away and provides a relaxing haven to dine and enjoy its exceptional Creekside location.
Beyond the village is Mylor Harbour which has marina facilities together with a slipway and chandlery, a restaurant and cafe. There are some delightful coastal walks along the lovely tidal waters of the Carrick Roads.
Falmouth is a bustling harbourside town growing in reputation as one of the most desirable places to live in the whole of the UK. The centre boasts a profusion of high quality independent shops nestled between high street stores, galleries, cafes and restaurants. Henry VIII’s Pendennis Castle marks the entrance to what is the world’s third deepest natural harbour and is now home to the National Maritime Museum. The colourful harbour plays host to many sailing events and transatlantic races including The Tall Ships Race (2014). Falmouth has a renowned seafront and is home to Gyllyngvase’s blue flag beach and popular café. The town has the Maritime Line, which is a branch line providing access to the historic neighbouring town of Penryn (University Campus) and onto Truro where it links with the national rail network.
Property ref: 121_1775_4498849
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