Falmouth property of the week: 1920's Edwardian house on Trescobeas Road


By Joseph Macey

16th Sep 2021 | Property of the Week


This four-bedroom house on Trescobeas Road is on the market at a guide price of £595,000.

The home is being sold by MAP Estate Agents.

This beautiful, unique detached Edwardian house dates back to, we believe 1924 when owned by a sea captain and sits proud and privately in this popular location with features associated with this era.

There are three bedrooms, two reception rooms, a kitchen, conservatory and utility. Upstairs the master bedroom has an en-suite and enjoys views across Falmouth Bay.

The views can be enjoyed from the rear of the house and there is the added bonus of a basement with its own separate entrance offering the opportunity for an annexe/multi-use room that comprises bedsit with kitchenette, shower and separate WC. To the rear, there is driveway access and space for two cars.

The gardens are established with a profusion of plants and there is a feature terrace and a lower garden with a summerhouse. The property boasts lovely features with some period stained glass work in windows and doors with feature porthole window and picture rails.

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