Built, we understand, in the 1920's on this highly regarded road close to Falmouth Hospital and schooling, an intriguing, detached, individual house, of striking architecture, substantially refurbished and improved by the present owners over the last 10 years, now providing 3 bedroom, 3 bath/shower room accommodation with exceptional living areas and immense charm and quality throughout. Enjoying far-reaching views from the rear and with garaging, additional private off-road parking and large, beautifully stocked and extremely sheltered gardens.
Built, we understand, in the 1920's to a striking design, 31 Trescobeas Road occupies a highly convenient, yet almost hidden position off this highly regarded road, close to Falmouth Hospital and secondary school, and within an approximate ten minute walk of The Moor and town centre.
An electronic gate opens onto a broad tarmac parking area, sufficient for three vehicles, adjacent to which is the detached double garage, with electronic roller door and light and power connected. Steps and a pathway then lead through profusely stocked front gardens, which contain main sub-tropical plants, and where a summerhouse with decking has been sited - ideal as a studio or home office etc.
Benefiting from full gas fired central heating and replacement double glazing, mainly in high quality aluminium, the property provides an extremely attractive balance of original charm with a more contemporary open-plan layout, which provides large living/entertaining areas which open into bay windows and a stunning conservatory which, in turn, open onto the broad and extremely sunny, south west-facing rear terracing.
Upstairs, the master bedroom features an en-suite shower room, dressing lobby and Juliet balcony, with two further bedrooms served by an attractively appointed family bathroom/WC. A third bath/shower room on the ground floor, situated close to the side entrance, is ideal for visitors and those returning from a day in the garden or out on the boat.
The rear gardens are a particular feature of the property, being extremely deep, well enclosed to all sides, highly sheltered and, again, enjoy the sunny south westerly aspect.
In all, a superb family home in this, one of the South West's most sought-after locations.
(all dimensions being approximate)
Providing a sheltered entrance to the property with paved path and steps from the front gardens, parking area and garage. Replacement door with inset glazed panel and matching screen to one side. Oak flooring, telephone point, picture rail, radiator, door to useful under-stair storage cupboard.
Oak flooring, radiator. Plate shelving, elegant, turning, staircase rising to the part galleried first floor landing with, at mid level, glazed screen to the lounge.
A superb, double aspect room, formerly two rooms, extended by the present owners, split level, providing two distinct living spaces:-
Picture rail, window overlooking the front gardens, oak flooring, range of built-in book and display shelves. Shelved recess, tall contemporary radiator, dimmer switching, wall mounted gas fire, broad opening to the:-
Second measurement excludes broad walk-in double glazed bay with sliding doors opening onto the rear terrace, enjoying a lovely outlook over the gardens to the outskirts of Falmouth and Budock church on the skyline. Again, completely oak floored. One wall in slate tiling, tall contemporary radiator, window to the front elevation and feature window to the side.
Arched doorway from the reception hall, comprehensively appointed with a full range of cream-painted Shaker-style units with brushed steel handles and polished granite worksurfaces. Two deep silled windows to the front elevation enjoying an attractive outlook over the gardens. Space for upright fridge/freezer, inset ceramic sink unit with mixer tap and cutlery drainer, integrated Bosch dishwasher. Recesses with plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, tall pantry cupboards. Ceramic tiled flooring, deep polished granite peninsula unit/breakfast bar with space for broad range cooker with gas point. Wine shelves, dimmer switching, tall contemporary radiator.
Ceramic tiled flooring continuing from the kitchen; an adaptable living area with the broad peninsula unit providing further storage below. Bi-folding double glazed doors to the:-
Of substantial block and aluminium framed, double glazed construction, providing another light and extremely versatile living space with sliding doors opening onto the rear terrace and enjoying the views over the gardens to the outskirts of the town. Ceramic tiled flooring, radiator, Expelair air conditioning unit.
Archway from the kitchen, stable-type uPVC double glazed door to the side elevation, traditional pitch pine door opening into the:-
Attractively appointed with a contemporary white three-piece suite comprising a low flush WC, wash hand basin with mixer tap and storage cupboards below and panelled bath with hand grips and mains-powered dual head shower. Ceramic tiled walls, stained glass screen from the conservatory, window to the side elevation. Wall mounted Worcester gas fired boiler providing domestic hot water and central heating. Fitted storage cupboards.
Traditional panelled pitch pine doors, tall contemporary radiator, access to loft storage areas.
Extending the full depth of the property and featuring oak flooring throughout:-
Radiator, range of fitted wardrobes, inset down-lighters.
Aluminium framed double glazed doors with Juliet balcony to the rear elevation enjoying a lovely outlook over the gardens and beyond, to the outskirts of Falmouth. Full height fitted wardrobes with sliding doors.
Contemporary white three-piece suite comprising a low flush WC with concealed cistern, broad wash hand basin with mixer tap and storage cupboards below. Broad walk-in shower cubicle with twin head shower. Fully ceramic tiled walls, towel rail/radiator, access to eaves storage area, strip light/shaver socket, inset down-lighters, extractor fan.
Window to the rear elevation, again enjoying the far-reaching views. Radiator, traditional bedroom fireplace (now blocked).
Window to the front elevation, picture rail, radiator, shelved storage cupboard and access to eaves storage area.
Again, attractively reappointed with a contemporary white suite comprising a wash hand basin with mixer tap and cupboards below, low flush WC and 'free-standing' bath with mixer tap. Fully ceramic tiled walls, window to the front elevation, oak flooring, towel rail/radiator, strip light/shaver socket.
31 Trescobeas Road enjoys a broad frontage to Trescobeas Road with an electronic gate providing secure vehicular access, with pedestrian gate to one side.
Providing off-road space for three vehicles in addition to the:-
Of block construction under a pitched roof with light and power connected. Electronic roller door, courtesy door to the side elevation and fitted wall shelving. Exterior water tap, courtesy/security lighting.
From the forecourt, broad paved steps and pathway lead through the gardens to the front of the house and entrance porch. Most attractively landscaped with two lawned areas and extremely well stocked borders with a fine array of mature and exotic plants, including camellias, rhododendrons, bay tree, magnolia, tree terns, banana trees, grasses, echiums and yew tree etc. A paved pathw...
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||8.3%||£264,643||3.1||1.5|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
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