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Bedrooms: 4
Situated on this, one of Falmouth's most sought-after residential roads by virtue of the nature of its Victorian houses and close proximity to both the seafront and beaches in one direction, and harbourside and town centre in the other, a charming semi-detached house, providing sympathetically updated and extended 4 bedroom accommodation, arranged over 3 storeys. Ample private off-road parking is provided on a large gravelled forecourt to the front of the property, with well enclosed, sunny, beautifully stocked and attractively landscaped gardens to the side and rear providing numerous sheltered outside sitting and dining areas. From the top floor, panoramic views are enjoyed over the town and harbour to Flushing, Trefusis Point, the deep sailing waters of the Carrick Roads and shoreline of The Roseland peninsula beyond.


Level access from the forecourt leads through an entrance porch with authentic arched door, into a hallway with staircase rising to a part galleried landing over. There is a useful ground floor cloakroom/WC and, to the front of the house, the cosy south-facing lounge features a log-burner, shuttered windows and painted timber flooring. To the rear, an extension provides a superb, family sized and highly versatile living room, dining area and kitchen, all with oak flooring. A glazed roof provides much natural light and double doors spill onto an adjacent side terrace, ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining etc. A separate utility room is accessed from the rear of the kitchen and has a stable door onto the gardens.

Upstairs, three bedrooms are accessed off the main landing, including a single which is currently used as a study. At mid landing level, the bathroom has been attractively reappointed to include a four-piece suite with roll-top bath and separate shower cubicle. A boiler cupboard contains a recently installed gas fired combination boiler which provides on-demand hot water as well as central heating through radiators in all rooms.

On the top floor, a good sized and extremely characterful double bedroom has a pitched ceiling with exposed roof trusses and two feature windows - one a large walk-in dormer, the other a Velux roof fold-out balcony, both of which enjoy panoramic views over Arwyn Place to nearby Arwenack Avenue, and over the town to the harbour and estuary beyond.

The forecourt provides space for two/three vehicles with a gateway through a red brick wall leading to an attractive side garden where there is a workshop/store, paved terrace from the living accommodation, and raised beds with numerous sub-tropical plants. The rear garden has recently been re-landscaped to provide lawned and gravelled terraces which enjoy a high degree of privacy and sunshine, with further stores including a timber shed and large open-fronted log store.

A complete family home, in one of the town's most sought-after settings, just minutes walk from Gyllyngvase and Castle beaches, the circular walk around Pendennis Point, Events Square, the harbourside, and town centre with its range of retail, commercial and leisure facilities.


(all dimensions being approximate)


Traditional arched panelled door with granite threshold. Slate tiling, walls panelled to dado height, electrical trip switching, glazed casement door with side screens and fan light opening into the:-


Oak flooring, dado rail, broad easy-rising staircase leading to the part galleried first floor landing with storage cupboard under. Panelled door with moulded architrave opening into the:-


4.19m x 3.65m (13'8 x 11'11 )

First measurement into broad shelved recesses to either side of the chimney breast. A light, well proportioned south-facing reception room with window to the front elevation overlooking the forecourt. Painted timber flooring, picture rail, tall skirtings, wall light points, radiator, fireplace with glass-fronted log-burner with raised slate hearth and timber mantel over.


White low flush WC and circular wash hand basin with mixer tap, set on vanity unit. Three ceramic tiled walls and tiled flooring. Extractor fan.


3.70m x 3.62m (12'1 x 11'10 )

First measurement into recesses either side of the chimney breast. A versatile open-plan through room with broad archway from the reception hall. Oak flooring throughout, shelved display recess, radiator, telephone point, full height chimney breast with inset glass-fronted log-burner on slate hearth. Broad opening into the:-


3.12m x 3.30m (10'2 x 10'9 )

An extremely light entertaining and daytime living area with tall glazed screens to three elevations and double casement doors opening onto the sheltered, walled and attractively stocked side garden. Oak flooring throughout with under-floor heating, glazed ceiling, dimmer switching, opening into the:-


3.18m x 2.73m (10'5 x 8'11 )

Comprehensively appointed with a range of high-gloss white wall and base units with oak worksurfaces between, including broad peninsula unit with inset Franke sink unit with cutlery drainer and mixer tap. Recess with plumbing for dishwasher, drawers, breakfast bar area. Space for tall fridge/freezer and broad range cooker with stainless steel splashback. Oak flooring continuing from the dining area, inset downlighters, tall contemporary radiator, telephone point, doorway to the:-


2.60m x 2.10m (8'6 x 6'10 )

Double glazed screen and part glazed small pane stable-type door overlooking and opening onto the gardens. Further complementary range of high-gloss white wall and base units with further timber worksurfaces between. Inset ceramic sink unit with mixer tap, recess with plumbing and space for washing machine and freezer units etc. Pitched ceiling with inset downlighters and Velux roof light. Radiator.



High level glazed screen to the rear elevation, air circulatory system control panel, panelled door opening into the:-


Attractively reappointed containing a white suite with low flush WC, Savoy wash hand basin, roll-top bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, separate walk-in mains-powered shower cubicle. Two windows to the side elevation, storage cupboard, tall towel rail/radiator, cupboard housing Ideal gas fired boiler providing domestic hot water and central heating.


Turning staircase continuing to the second floor, under-stair cupboard, radiator, part exposed timber floors. The rooms in a clockwise rotation from the top of the staircase:-


3.34m x 3.67m (10'11 x 12'0 )

Tall replacement window to the rear elevation overlooking the gardens and with glimpses of the harbour, estuary, Maritime Museum and Trefusis Headland. Picture rail, radiator, two full height built-in storage cupboards with lockers over.


3.00m x 3.73m (9'10 x 12'2 )

Replacement sash-style window to the front, south-facing elevation with fitted shutters. Picture rail, radiator, two full height cupboards.


1.97m x 2.64m (6'5 x 8'7 )

(Currently used as a study). Replacement sash-style window to the front, south-facing elevation. Radiator.



Turning staircase rising from the first floor, opening into the:-


5.15m x 3.90m (16'10 x 12'9 )

A stunning, light, triple aspect room with large walk-in dormer window to the side elevation and Velux roof light with 'balcony' facility, both providing magnificent, panoramic views over Falmouth to the inner harbour, Flushing, Trefusis Headland, deep sailing waters of the Carrick Roads and shoreline of The Roseland peninsula. Pitched ceilings with exposed trusses, shelved recess, radiator, built-in wardrobe and storage cupboard.



Number 11 benefits from a broad gravelled forecourt which provides private off-road parking for two/three vehicles. Front wall with granite coping, raised beds with mature shrubs, paved threshold to the front entrance door. Red brick wall with timber gate opening into the:-


Highly sheltered, secure, enjoying a high degree of privacy and attractively landscaped with paved pathways, broad entertaining patio, gravelled terraces and raised beds which contain many interesting plants including ferns, camellia and fan palms etc. Part glazed potting shed/store with light and power connected. Outside power point, double doors from the living accommodation, brick paved terrace with stable door from the utility room, exterior lighting and water tap, stone walling to the:-


An extremely sunny, sheltered and private area, with two-tier gravelled patio with raised dining terrace, further rockery-edged borders, recently laid lawn, timber shed and large log store. Enjoying a sunny southerly and westerly aspect with views towards Arwenack Avenue, Woodlane and the town.



Mains electricity, metered water, drainage and gas are connected to the property. Telephone points (subject to supplier's regulations). Gas fired central heating.


Band E - Cornwall Council.




Vacant possession upon completion of the purchase.


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


Walking from Falmouth town centre, proceed along Arwenack Street and Grove Place, keeping the harbour and Events Square on the left-hand side. Shortly after Arwenack Manor, turn first right onto Avenue Road and continue in the direction of the seafront. Immediately after Falmouth Town Railway Station, the entrance to Lansdowne Road will be found on the left-hand side, and Number 11 will be found a short way up on the left.

01326 318813

Laskowski & Co - Falmouth

28 High Street, Falmouth, Cornwall, TR11 2AD

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