On the instructions of the co-executors and to be sold for the first time in over 50 years: A distinguished, detached, pre-war house, designed by the eminent architect, Corfield, providing well proportioned, extended three (possibly four) bedroom accommodation, enjoying far-reaching views to the outskirts of the town, and with glimpses of Falmouth Bay, set in large, attractively landscaped and superbly stocked gardens, with garage, off-road parking for 6 vehicles and immense block-built workshop with potential for conversion (subject to consents).
Built, we understand, during the 1920's and designed by the eminent local architect, C Russell Corfield ariba, 23 Trescobeas Road is a distinguished, detached, individual house on this conveniently located and highly regarded residential road, within large and beautifully stocked gardens which previously benefited from planning permission for the construction of a second, separate, detached, dwelling.
To be sold for the first time in over fifty years, the property provides well proportioned, extended and highly versatile accommodation, benefiting from double glazing and gas fired central heating, with the main rooms overlooking the attractive rear gardens and beyond, to the outskirts of Falmouth and Falmouth Bay in the distance.
The gardens are beautifully stocked and extremely sunny due to the south westerly aspect. Two large parking areas provide off-road space for six vehicles, in addition to which there is a detached garage, below which, there is an immense workshop (34' x 18' 5"), which may offer potential for conversion to a self-contained flat, annexe or large home office, subject to any necessary consents.
A short walk along Trescobeas Road leads to Falmouth Hospital, health centre, secondary school, and nearby Kimberley Park Road, which leads directly into the town centre - an approximate ten minute walk away. The town of Falmouth continues to be voted as one of the best places to live anywhere in the UK (Sunday Times) and demand for properties in the area is exceptionally high, with more and more prospective purchasers wishing to move to Cornwall, and the Falmouth area in particular.
Planning permission was granted on 21 May 2008, for the erection of a new dwelling, 23a Trescobeas Road, application reference PA02/0705/08/R. Subsequently, an extension of time for this consent, was granted on 13 April 2011, which lapsed after three years.
The planning consent formerly granted, provided for a detached three bedroom house, which retained the existing garage, additional parking area and extensive workshop. Prospective purchasers should, if interested, make their own enquiries through Cornwall Council, should they wish to reinstate such permission.
(all dimensions being approximate)
Hardwood entrance door with double glazed panels and matching side screens from the sheltered porch. Window to the side elevation, radiator, door to the:-
Low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap, part tiled walls, shaver socket, obscure glazed window to the front elevation.
Turning staircase with window at mid-level to the front elevation. Under-stair storage cupboard.
First measurement reducing to 12'1" (3.70m) in a triple aspect extension, with windows to the side and rear elevations, the latter with views over the gardens and to the outskirts of Falmouth. Sliding patio door opening onto the gardens. Polished marble fireplace with inset real-flame gas fire. Circular window to the side elevation, two radiators, picture rail, TV aerial socket, dimmer switching.
Bay window to the rear elevation with an attractive outlook over the gardens to the outskirts of Falmouth. Picture rail, radiator. Suitable for use as a ground floor bedroom (four) if required.
First measurement reducing to 10'1" (3.08m) in the breakfast area. Double aspect with window to the side elevation and sliding door opening onto, and overlooking the gardens, to the outskirts of the town. Comprehensively appointed with a full range of base and wall units with granite-effect timber-edge worksurfaces between with complementary tiled splashbacks. Breakfast bar, display shelving, glass-fronted display cabinet. Tricity four-ring gas hob with canopy over. Inset sink unit with antique-style mixer tap, filtered water and cutlery drainer. Blomberg double oven/grill with further cupboards above and below, and tall pantry cupboard to one side. Broad window to the front elevation, adjustable inset down-lighters, radiator, Baxi Brazilia gas heater, TV aerial lead.
Glazed casement door from the inner hallway, recess with plumbing for washing machine, wall mounted gas fired Worcester boiler providing domestic hot water and central heating. Shelved storage cupboard. Coats cupboard, electrical meters and fuses, hardwood door to the exterior and parking area.
Over-head loft storage area. Former separate WC (now a store), window to the side elevation, inner landing leading to:-
A light double aspect room with views over the town, and with glimpses of Falmouth Bay. Radiator. Measurements include a full range of built-in wardrobes, drawers and 'dressing' units.
Another double aspect room with windows to the front and side elevations. Radiator, telephone point.
Broad window to the rear elevation overlooking the garden and outskirts of the town to Budock Church. Radiator, fitted cupboard.
Most attractively appointed and re-configured to provide a white four-piece bathroom suite, comprising a separate shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap, panelled bath with hand grips, and low flush WC. Ceramic tiled walls and flooring, windows to both front and side elevations, shaver socket, radiator, built-in linen cupboard with radiator and slatted shelving.
Immediately to the front of the house is a large tarmacadam parking area sufficient for three/four vehicles. Granite wall and broad entrance to Trescobeas Road, steps to the accommodation.
Immediately to the front of the house are well stocked shrub borders and a pathway leading to the entrance door. Exterior water tap, courtesy light, store for gas meter, pathway continuing to the workshop and garage.
A particular feature of the property, laying mainly to the south west side of the house, where there is a paved terrace and lawned area with patio doors from the living accommodation. Flower and shrub borders, greenhouse, steps and pathway leading to the main lower garden area which comprises an attractively shaped lawn with many varied and interesting plants including azaleas, heathers, roses, camellias, rhododendrons, hydrangeas and ferns etc.
An exceptional and highly versatile ancillary area, of block construction, under a beam and block roof, with secondary parking area and garage above. Currently used as a workshop, potting area and for boat storage, with useful office area. Light and power connected, windows to both the rear and side elevations, double doors to the gardens. Offering much potential, possibly suitable for conversion to a flat (subject to planning) ideal for a dependent relative etc.
There is an additional and extremely well stocked area of garden adjacent to the workshop, with many mature camellias, rhododendrons and azaleas etc. Paved pathways and a gravelled terrace.
Situated above the workshop, suitable for a further two vehicles, with galvanised balustrading, and access to the:-
Of block construction under a pitched roof of natural slate. Up-and-over door, light and power connected, courtesy lighting.
|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|
|Houses||£80,833 (3)||£235,662 (69)||£341,241 (113)||£496,668 (67)||£560,820 (20)|
|Flats||£183,863 (15)||£283,124 (40)||£287,692 (13)||£463,333 (3)||£375,000 (1)|
|All||£166,692 (18)||£249,309 (112)||£335,716 (126)||£495,239 (70)||£551,971 (21)|