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3 bedroom end of terrace house for sale

FALMOUTH, Cornwall

Sold STC £300,000

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Tenure: Freehold

Located along this sought after, tree lined road close to Falmouth's bustling town centre, an end of terrace period town house offering three bedrooms, two reception room accommodation.

The house retains many of the character features often missing of this period including the original sash windows, fireplaces and internal panelled doors.

A rare opportunity and price which reflects the need for some cosmetic refreshment!

Enclosed raised lawned garden enjoying a southerly aspect - be very quick!
Trelawney Road is a sought after, and conveniently positioned in town address, found towards the bottom of Killigrew Street, a turning on the right (Marine College on the corner).

Number 22, is found approximately a hundred yards along this attractive tree-lined road at the end of a prominent terrace on the right-hand side.

All the facilities of this bustling harbourside town are within a short five minute walk down hill with its fine array of High Street and independent shops, National Maritime Museum and a whole host of leisure facilities.

Kimberley Park is a short walk away, a beautiful area occupying approximately seven acres laid in various spectacular gardens, being particularly famous for its large variety of mature trees.

Falmouth's Marine College is situated on the corner of Trelawney Road, whilst the Art College and its various annexes are situated along Wood Lane, a short uphill walk to the top of Trelawney Road.

Within a ten minute walk of the property is 'The Dell' railway station - a branch line providing access to Penryn (ten minutes to the University campus at Tremough) onto the Cathedral city of Truro (approximately twenty minutes) where it links with the national rail network.

Falmouth's renowned seafront and beaches are again within an easy ten to fifteen minute walk away with access to Pendennis Headland, the home of Henry Tudors historic Pendennis Castle.

Falmouth is frequently voted as one of the most desirable towns to live in the whole of the UK!
A delightful end of terrace home retaining so many features. The front facade is particularly attractive with a prominent, triple aspect ground floor bay window and stunning first floor casement windows with feature stained glass top openers, surrounded by moulded architraves.

The period front door leads to a tiled entrance vestibule with period door leading through to a generous hall with stunning reclaimed parquet floor and period turning staircase rising to the first floor accommodation. Period panelled doors lead to the three ground floor rooms which retain an abundance of period detailing including high corniced ceilings with attractive moulded ceiling roses, moulded picture rails and high skirting boards. Both reception rooms feature cast-iron arched open fireplaces with period surrounds and mantelpieces. The kitchen to the rear has a rustic feel, fitted with a solid hand crafted range of units with solid oak work surfaces over and there is plenty of room to house a breakfast table.

On the first floor, a split-level galleried landing is an attractive and spacious area with plenty of room, if needed, to house a second staircase rising to the attic for those wishing to create extra room in the loft space (subject to all the necessary planning and building regulations). Four period doors lead from here giving access into the four first floor rooms. There are three bedrooms, two of which are generous doubles and the third is a surprisingly good sized single. The bathroom is a particular feature, being much more spacious than the average Victorian room! It is a fitted four piece, highly individual suite including a generous shower and very attractive fitted, period wash stand with inset 'his' and 'hers' basins. Super views over the town from here too!

Gas central heating has been installed with a gas combination boiler serving the domestic hot water and heating the old school style radiators.

The rear garden is a particular feature being generous for an "in-town" property comprising a lower courtyard/utility area and a good sized raised lawn, a range of herbs, shrubs and maturing trees bounded by attractive stone walls and enjoying a sunny south westerly aspect.

Property ref: 121_1775_4527838

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31 October 2017


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