3 bed Detached bungalow (for sale) St. Anthony Way, Falmouth TR11

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Lewis Haughton Wills
61 Church Street
01326 567094
First Published

10th Nov 2020

Last Published

26th Feb 2021



  • Type: Detached bungalow
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Listing status: sale
  • Country: England


Main Description
* Handsome, detached, three double bedroom, two reception room 1960s dormer residence.
* Set in a substantial plot of around a third of an acre.
* Angled views towards Falmouth Bay, Pendennis headland and St Anthony's Lighthouse.
* Well cared for immaculately presented accommodation but in -need of a scheme of cosmetic updating throughout.
* Three double bedrooms, large living room, dining room, conservatory, kitchen, utility room, bathroom and
* Scope to create a further bedroom and bathroom on the first floor (subject to the necessary planning permission and
building regulations).
* Sought after location close to Falmouth's renowned seafront.
* Current EPC rating F
This lovely home has been very well cared for and it is presented to an immaculate standard yet most prospective purchasers would look to adopt a scheme of refitting and redecoration throughout.

It offers generously proportioned three double bedroom, two reception room accommodation along with a sunny conservatory at the rear, a kitchen and utility room with the original fitted units along with a bathroom and separate cloakroom. From the living room and large master bedroom there are lovely elevated views across Falmouth around to Gyllyngvase with a view of Falmouth Bay through neighbouring properties over to Pendennis Headland and the Castle and over to St Anthony's lighthouse on the Roseland.

The property sits centrally in a beautiful plot approaching a third of an acre comprising lovely lawned gardens to both front and rear with planted beds and mature boundaries affording a good degree of privacy.

There is a long driveway providing ample off- road parking leading into an extremely large garage with electronic roller door.

The garden at the rear is an absolute delight facing south comprising a large raised lawned garden interspersed with good range of established flowering plants and shrubs and a broad patio running across the rear elevation providing the perfect space for entertaining.

In all this lovely home offers a rare opportunity to purchase a well-proportioned quality house in one of Falmouth's best locations within a short walk of the seafront and the Anthony Way is one of Falmouth's most desirable residential locations situated just off the seafront with Gyllyngvase Blue Flag beach just a few moments’ walk away on Cliff Road. Cliff Road forms part of the Southwest coastal path leading up around Pendennis Headland which is the home of Henry viii's Castle. In a southerly direction the coastal pathway leads down to Swanpool and onto Maenporth Cove around to the Helford River with its many tributaries.

Falmouth's colourful harbourside and town centre are accessible within a 10 to 15 minute walk. Falmouth has certainly grown in reputation over recent years into one of the most desirable places to live in the whole of the UK. The centre boasts a profusion of independent shopses, galleries cafes and restaurants.

The colourful harbour is the world's third deepest natural harbour and is now home to the National Maritime Museum playing host to many sailing events and transatlantic races including the tall ships race.

Falmouth is now a university town expanded from the original Art School along Wood Lane. The Dell railway station is located within a 15 minute walk from the property which is a branch line providing access onto the neighbouring town of Penryn and onto Truro where it links with the national rail network.

In all this is an exciting opportunity to purchase a sizeable, detached well maintained property enjoying a lovely position standing in a third of an acre garden enjoying angled views towards Falmouth Bay.

Front approach
From St Anthony Way a long driveway runs to the side of the front garden . A random slate winding pathway leads to the front entrance.

Open Storm Porch
With double doors with glazed panels opening to the:

Entrance vestibule
6' 3" x 3' 7" (1.91m x 1.09m) Tiled floor glazed door and matching side panel to entrance hall.

Entrance hall
9' 6" x 6' 2" (2.90m x 1.88m) A generous entrance to the property with double built-in cloaks cupboard with hanging rail and shelves. Radiator. Opening to the inner hall - see later. Glazed door to living room.

Living room
20' x 13' (6.10m x 3.96m) A lovely bright reception room enjoying triple aspects with a large double glazed picture window to the front with secondary glazed windows to either side a long window to the side enjoying a glimpse of Falmouth Bay and sliding double glazed doors giving access into the conservatory. The room focuses on a tiled fireplace. TV aerial point, two radiators four wall light points.

13' 4" x 6' 8" (4.06m x 2.03m) A lovely bright hexagonal shaped conservatory enjoying a southerly aspect with windows overlooking the rear garden. Two wall light points. Tiled floor. Glazed door giving access out into the garden.

From the living room there is an opening giving access to the dining room.

Dining room
10' 1" x 10' (3.07m x 3.05m) Large secondary glazed window overlooking the rear garden. Radiator and glazed doors giving access to the kitchen.

12' x 10' (3.66m x 3.05m) Fitted with the original range of base units comprising several cupboards and drawers with two areas of work surface over. Inset single drainer stainless steel sink unit and mixer tap. Matching double larder cupboard with shelving. Floor mounted gas central heating boiler serving the hot water and radiators. Wall mounted extractor fan. Double glazed window to the rear. There are doors from the kitchen that lead through to the hallway and also to the utility room.

Utility room
12' 1" x 5' 9" (3.68m x 1.75m) Fitted with a range of the original units with inset stainless steel sink with mixer tap. Radiator. Small wall mounted cabinet. Double glazed windows overlooking the rear garden. Half glazed door giving access to the part covered side porch.

Side Porch
Part covered with a wrought iron arched gate giving access into the front garden. A door give access into the garage (see later). A door giving access into a storage cupboard former coal store and a door giving access out into the garden.

From the entrance hall:

Inner hall
Which has a built-in airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and slatted linen shelving. Two wall light points. Four doors leading to the two ground floor bedrooms, the cloakroom and the bathroom.

Bedroom two
15' x 14' (4.57m x 4.27m) A bright triple aspect room with large secondary glazed window to the front overlooking the gardens, one to the side enjoying angled glimpses of Falmouth Bay through to St Anthony's Lighthouse. Two windows to the side elevation. Radiator. Telephone point.

Bedroom three
12' x 11' 9" (3.66m x 3.58m) Secondary glazed window to the front elevation. Fitted sink unit with mirror and light over. Radiator. Built-in double wardrobe with hanging rail and shelving. One wall light point.

5' 2" x 2' 6" (1.57m x 0.76m) Fitted with a low- level WC. Ceramic wall tiling and double glazed obscured window to the side.

6' 9" x 5' 6" (2.06m x 1.68m) Fitted with a two piece suite comprising the original panelled bath with Victorian style mixer tap with shower attachment, vanity style unit with inset large wash hand basin and mixer tap. Floor mounted heated towel rail, wall mounted electric convector heater. Double glazed window to the side.

First floor landing
The turning staircase rises to the first floor to a small landing which provides access to the loft space and a door giving access into further attic space.

Attic space
With an approximate usable measurement of 10' x 10' (3.05m x 3.05m) some limited headroom. Which could be converted to provide a first floor bathroom subject to the necessary planning permission and building regulations.

Bedroom one
20' 4" into dormer windows narrowing to 12'5" x 15' 10" (6.20m to 3.78m x 4.83m) A particularly spacious main bedroom with full height double glazed dormer windows to both the front and rear aspects enjoying angled views towards Falmouth Bay through to Pendennis Headland and the Roseland Peninsula. Fitted double wardrobe with hanging rail and further cupboard with shelving to side. Radiator, fitted wash hand basin with mirror and light over. Two radiators.

Potential to create further double bedroom
To the rear of the fitted wardrobe in the master bedroom there is a hatch which opens providing access into the rest of the loft space which measures approximately 19' 6" (5.94m) in length which could be developed to provide further accommodation if required subject to the necessary planning permission and building regulations.

The property occupies a substantial plot of around a third of an acre with a lovely lawned garden to the front sloping gently down to St Anthony Way planted with a range of established flowering shrubs along the front boundary and various bedded areas containing a good range of plants including Azalea, Palm and Hydrangeas. There are two random slate patios and a winding pathway leads the front entrance.

The long driveway provides off-road parking for several vehicles and gives access into the detached garage.

Detached Garage
30' x 9' (9.14m x 2.74m) A very long garage/workshop with new automatic roller door. It is fitted with a range of wall mounted shelving as well as a workbench. There is a cold water tap, wall mounted electric consumer box and meter. Light and power sockets.
Door giving access to side porch and window to the rear....


Local info for TR11

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Property Value Data/Graphs for TR11

Property Type % Avg. current value Avg. # beds Avg. # bathrooms
Detached house 19.6% £577,328 3.9 1.6
Flat 18.8% £270,999 2 1.2
Semi-detached house 11.9% £292,702 3.2 1.1
Terraced house 10.8% £289,381 3.1 1.1
End terrace house 8.3% £264,643 3.1 1.5
Other 6.6% £313,831 3 1.8
Detached bungalow 5.2% £400,158 2.7 1.1
Bungalow 4.7% £347,941 2.7 0.9
Mobile/park home 3% £154,314 1.7 0.4
Town house 2.5% £412,778 3.9 0.8
Semi-detached bungalow 1.9% £276,779 2.3 1
Cottage 1.9% £260,714 2.9 1.1
Land 1.7% £155,333 1 0.7
Maisonette 1.1% £290,000 3 1
Link-detached house 0.8% £348,333 3.3 1.3
Barn conversion 0.3% £395,000 2 2
Parking/garage 0.3% £25,000 0 0
Leisure/hospitality 0.3% £120,000 2 1
Terraced bungalow 0.3% £350,000 3 0

Area Information

Average Price Paid




Current Average Value


Value Change

£5,679 1.7%


Current Asking Prices in TR11 Average: £346,634

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)

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