Main Description*A highly individual, detached, 1950’s house set amongst beautiful, well-stocked gardens located along a sought-after no through-road.
*Desirable location tucked at the edge of town within a few minutes walk of the town centre as well as Swanpool and Gyllyngvase beaches*Three first-floor double bedrooms and a luxuriously refitted four piece bathroom.
*Bay windowed living room with open fireplace and separate dining room with sunroom.
*Fitted kitchen with large shelved pantry and side porch/small conservatory.
*Ground floor shower room.
*Gas central heating and double glazing.
*Stunning, cottage-style gardens stocked with a wide variety of plants, flowering shrubs and trees.
Vegetable garden and herb garden.
*Two cellars beneath the property, ornamental pond and large greenhouse.
*Random slate driveway providing off-road parking and giving access into the attached garage.
*The property has gained planning permission for an extension - PA19/01171*EPC - CThis lovely home is one of only a few detached properties of this nature available in Falmouth.
It was built in 1954 and retains much of the charm and character of the day with sizeable three double bedroom accommodation, two reception rooms with a long galley style kitchen, side porch/conservatory, ground floor shower room and a luxuriously fitted four piece bathroom on the first floor.
The gardens are a real feature both the front and rear have cottage-style lawned gardens with deep planted borders containing a fine array of flowering plants, shrubs and established trees.
There is an ornamental pond and a large greenhouse.
Beneath the property are two handy cellar areas, ideal for storage.
There is an attached single garage to the side and large driveway providing ample parking.
We are expecting demand for this property to be particularly high so please register your early interest and contact us to arrange a viewing appointment at your earliest convenience.
Marlborough Avenue is a highly desirable and little-known no-through-road leading from Western Terrace heading towards Swanpool.
It is a lovely tree-lined avenue developed between the 1930’s and the 1950’s with a range of attractive and individual stylish homes.
It is a highly convenient location with Swanpool Lake and Nature Reserve literally located at the end of the Avenue together with the beach which offers various watersports and a great cafe.
Swanpool is part of the south-west coastal path so Gyllyngvase is a short and stunning 10 minute walk and Maenporth can be found around a mile away in the other direction.
There is a whole host of local amenities including a Co-op store, a range of shops at Boslowick, a Spar located along Albany Road and Penmere train station is walkable within 10 minutes which is a branch line providing access onto Penryn (Tremough campus) and onto Truro where it connects with the national rail network.
Falmouth town centre is walkable within 10 minutes where there is a whole host of shopping and leisure facilities.
Front approachA random slate drive leads from Marlborough Avenue giving access to the front entrance.
Open storm porch leading to attractive, original solid oak front door with obscured glazed pane to:Entrance Hall13' 7" x 6' 4" (4.
14m x 1.
93m) 5' 5" (1.
65m) Radiator, ceiling mounted smoke alarm.
Stairs rise to the first floor with deep storage cupboard under housing the electric meter, solar controls and ‘sniffer’ to divert the extra solar power to the emersion heater.
Wall mounted cloakhooks and storage shelf.
Three glazed doors give access from the hall to the lounge, the dining room and the kitchen.
Lounge15' 4" x 12' 3" (4.
67m x 3.
73m) A lovely bright room to the front with multipane-effect double glazed bay window overlooking the front garden with random slate sill.
The room focuses on an open stone fireplace with random slate hearth.
Double glazed obscured window to the side.
Dining room12' 1" x 10' 7" (3.
68m x 3.
23m) With arch to sunroom 10' 10" x 6' 4" (3.
30m x 1.
93m) narrowing to 4' 1" (1.
24m) Focal original tiled fireplace with matching hearth.
Hatchway to kitchen.
Arch to sun lounge which has double glazed windows overlooking the rear garden and a half glazed door giving access out into the garden and a further door giving access to the ground floor shower/cloakroom.
Shower room/Cloakroom6' 4" x 5' 6" (1.
93m x 1.
68m) Fitted with a three-piece suite comprising a corner shower unit with electric shower, low-level WC and pedestal wash hand basin.
Wall mounted convector heater, radiator, ceramic wall tiling and obscure double glazed window to the rear.
Kitchen17' 1" x 8' 8" (5.
21m x 2.
64m) narrowing to 6' 2" (1.
88m) Fitted with a range of wall mounted cupboards and matching base cupboards and drawers with work surfaces over.
There are spaces for a dishwasher and fridge as well as space for a cooker with an extractor hood over.
Door giving access to a walk-in pantry 4' 9" x 3' (1.
45m x 0.
91m) with a good range of shelving, double glazed window to the side and tiled floor.
There is a small fitted range (not currently used) with slate tiled top to either side.
Hatchway to the dining room with fitted cupboard beneath.
Double glazed window to the side and further double glazed windows to the rear overlooking the garden.
Wooden half-multipane door giving access to the:Side porch/conservatory10' 1" x 6' 4" (3.
07m x 1.
93m) With obscured double glazed windows on three sides and half glazed doors giving access to both front and rear garden.
Double glazed pitched roof.
First floorLandingBuilt-in airing cupboard with large hot water cylinder, emersion and solar panel control.
Slatted linen shelf with further storage cupboard above.
Access to loft space.
Wall mounted smoke alarm.
Four doors lead to the three first four bedrooms and also into the bathroom.
Bedroom One12' 2" x 12' 1" (3.
71m x 3.
68m) Multipane effect double glazed window overlooking the front garden.
Radiator and further multipane effect double glazed window to the side.
Bedroom Two12' x 10' 7" (3.
66m x 3.
23m) Double glazed window to rear.
Radiator, exposed wooden floorboards.
Bedroom Three9' x 8' (2.
74m x 2.
44m) Double glazed windows the rear.
Bathroom8' 5" x 6' 2" (2.
57m x 1.
88m) narrowing to 5' 3" (1.
60m) Recently refitted with a luxurious four piece suite in white comprising; a deep double ended panelled bath with mixer tap, low-level pushbutton WC with wall mounted douche to the side, wall mounted wash hand basin with mixer tap and generous corner shower unit with glazed screen and glazed sliding door.
Wall mounted chrome heated dual fuel ladder-style towel rail, fitted long mirrored bathroom corner cabinet.
Two obscured double glazed windows to the side.
Under floor heating.
ExteriorThe gardens are an absolute feature - to the front a deep cottage-style garden sets the property well back from the avenue with an established mature hedge planted across the front boundary giving a very good degree of privacy.
There is a shaped lawn with deep planted borders containing a fine array of flowering plants and shrubs including Agapantha and a range of chamellia to name a few.
A random slate patio runs across the front of the property and a large random slate driveway provides off-road parking for several cars and leads into the attached garage 19' 8" x 8' 1" (5.
99m x 2.
46m)To the side of the property there is an established herb garden currently boasting a range of Mint, Rosemary and Marjoram to name a few.
GarageWith up and over door to the front and door giving access from the side porch as well as a multipane door giving access into the rear garden.
Wall mounted gas combination boiler which serves domestic hot water and radiators.
Wall mounted solar panel control and electric meter.
Plumbing for washing machine.
There is a passageway to the rear with door giving access to a cloakroom housing a low-level WC.
To the rear is a delightful two tier garden, the top tier is a lovely lawn surrounded by deep borders containing again a wide variety of flowering plants, shrubs and trees including Fuchsia, Bottlebrush, Acer, Roses and ferns.
A brick paved pathway leads to the bottom tier where there is a paved patio and large ornamental pond sheltered by a Beech tree and Conifer.
A large vegetable garden forms the side boundary and at present is planted with a variety of peas and beans, as well as fruiting canes and even a rhubarb patch.
At the end of the garden there is a fantastic greenhouse which has raised beds to each side with an established grapevine and is ready for planting tomatoes, peppers and courgettes! There's also a handy potting table.
To the rear of the greenhouse is a handy utility area with open block storage shed.
Beneath the property runs a good size cellar and there is also a further small cellar ideal storage.
Agents Noteservices: The following services are available at the property however we have not verified connection, mains electricity, mains gas, mains water, mains drainage.
Solar panels (currently raise approx.
00 pa towards electricity bill.
Currently annual electricity and gas bills per year are around £1000.
Planning Permission: PA19/01171 - Alterations to the rear, removal of single rear extension, new roof over garage and general improvements to the external appearance.
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