Trevethan Road, Falmouth


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Enjoying elevated views from the rear, across the town centre to the harbour, Carrick Roads and The Roseland Peninsula, an attractively refurbished and well proportioned 3 (possibly 4) bedroom terraced home, full of character and original features, including timber joinery, floorboards and fireplaces, with the added benefit of low maintenance front and rear gardens leading to parking to the rear.


Having been vastly updated by the current owners, including tasteful redecoration, restoration of many original features, installation of a wood-burner, refitting of the kitchen, installation of a new roof, re-laying both garden areas and general upgrades throughout, this delightful home feels bright, spacious and well equipped. In addition, a large basement provides extensive storage for sports equipment, garden furniture and a useful utility area with plumbing for white goods . Unusually for a property this close to the town centre, a parking space is located beyond the rear garden leading from a rear lane.

The relatively traditional layout briefly comprises an entrance porch, hallway, deep opened-up living and dining rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, three first floor bedrooms with large bath/shower room at mid level, second floor loft area which is partly converted into a room and, with the installation of a fixed staircase, could provide a superb master bedroom with space/potential for an en-suite, subject to consents.


(all dimensions being approximate)

A slate-laid pedestrian pathway within the front garden leads up to the covered front entrance and traditional entrance door, opening into the:-


A traditional entrance area with original tessellated tiled floor, dado rails, skirting boards and inner door with glazed panel over, opening into the:-


Retaining many original features, including moulded ceiling arch, skirting boards, dado rails and timber staircase rising to the part galleried first floor landing. Original (painted) timber floorboards and timber panelled doors to both reception rooms and the kitchen/breakfast room. Radiator. Under-stair cupboards.


An incredibly light 'opened-up' double reception room with broad archway in between and loosely divided into living and dining areas, as follows:-


3.68m x 4.74m (12'0 x 15'6 )

A broad archway to the dining room and timber panelled door from the hallway. An attractively decorated light and appealing room, featuring a broad bay window with uPVC double glazing overlooking the front garden. Free-standing Charnwood wood-burner with slate hearth. Picture rails, skirting boards, radiator, stripped original floorboards, continuing into the:-


2.90m x 3.98m (9'6 x 13'0 )

A tall double glazed window enjoys an elevated aspect over The Moor area and Pendennis Castle. Broad archway to the living room. Archway recesses either side of a chimney breast, one with a concealed radiator. Exposed timber floorboards.


2.54m x 3.69m (8'3 x 12'1 )

Attractively refitted in 2016 with solid oak worksurfaces and contemporary cupboards and drawers at base and eye level. Ceramic sink with mixer tap. Four-ring gas hob with electric oven under and extractor hood over. Fitted/concealed dishwasher. Retro-style tiled splashbacks and space for a tall fridge/freezer. uPVC double glazing to the side and rear elevations, the latter enjoying far-reaching elevated views over The Moor area and surrounding residential roads. uPVC double glazed door to the rear garden. Concealed modern gas fired combination boiler providing central heating and hot water.



Again, retaining much original joinery including dado rails, skirting boards, architraves and staircase with timber handrail. At mid level, there is a door to the bathroom and the upper landing level retains the original timber panelled doors to all three bedrooms.


2.55m x 3.91m (8'4 x 12'9 )

An extremely generous bath/shower room enjoying quite expected views across Falmouth Harbour, the deeper waters of the Carrick Roads to the entrance to the Percuil River, St Mawes and Pendennis Castles. Broad shower cubicle with mixer shower and sliding doors, timber panelled bath with tiled splashback, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap, heated towel rail.


2.69m x 3.99m (8'9 x 13'1 )

Measurements exclude the recesses either side of the chimney breast, ideal for free-standing wardrobes, and an intriguing window seat with uPVC double glazed windows enjoying an interesting outlook over the town and across to the entrance to the Carrick Roads and The Roseland peninsula beyond. Original fireplace, picture rails, timber floorboards. Radiator.


2.66m x 3.81m (8'8 x 12'5 )

Measurements exclude the recesses either side of the chimney breast. uPVC double glazed window to the front elevation, radiator. Timber floorboards, skirting boards and picture rails.


1.65m x 2.74m (5'4 x 8'11 )

A perfect study or child's bedroom with a uPVC double glazed window to the front elevation, radiator, picture rails, skirting boards, floorboards.


4.72m x 5.55m (15'5 x 18'2 )

Measurements taken from waist height. A partly converted loft area, currently accessed by a substantial folding ladder, recently re-insulated and installed with a replacement Velux window to the rear elevation which enjoys superb views over Falmouth Harbour, the deeper waters of the Carrick Roads to The Roseland peninsula beyond. Views of Pendennis Castle and central town areas surrounding The Moor. Power and lighting connected.


7.62m x 4.45m (24'11 x 14'7 )

Accessed from an external door, leading from the rear garden and positioned immediately beneath the living and dining room, a vast storage space, loosely divided into two areas, a highly useful utility space with sink, further worksurfaces and space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, and the further area which reduces in head height, although provides excellent storage for sports equipment, kayaks, surfboards, garden equipment, etc. In addition to this, there is also an externally accessed wood store beneath the kitchen.



Attractively re-laid with slate chippings and a slate pathway leading to the covered entrance. A few shrubs to the front and side border.


Most attractively arranged and laid for ease of maintenance with artificial grass and high painted timber fencing for privacy. Timber steps lead down to the:-


A broad parking area for one wide vehicle with mature dracaena palm adjacent.



Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected to the property. Gas fired central heating.


Band C - Cornwall Council.




Vacant possession upon completion of the purchase.


By telephone appointment with the vendors' Sole Agent - Laskowski & Company, 28 High Street, Falmouth, TR11 2AD. Telephone: 01326 318813.

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Laskowski & Co - Falmouth

28 High Street, Falmouth, Cornwall, TR11 2AD

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