Carlidnack Road, Falmouth


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
Set on the inner fringes of the desirable and well renowned village of Mawnan Smith, within walking distance of all local amenities and less than 10 minutes from the highly regarded Helford River, with its picturesque views and sublime day-sailing waters; a striking double fronted property of unique design and layout, with exceptional interiors modernised to a fine standard throughout. Offered for sale with no onward chain.


An iconic property within the village due to its striking double frontage, red brick elevations and uniquely shaped design; believed to date back to circa 1910, 'Hatherley' is an exceptionally well appointed and beautifully modernised home benefiting from a series of thorough updates from our clients during their ownership.

To the ground floor, the property offers a bright, semi open-plan living area, incorporating the kitchen/dining and living room via an open through way with central staircase leading to the first floor, comprising two double bedrooms, with distant countryside views respectively, serviced by the main bathroom. To the rear, a nicely proportioned and sunny rear garden complements the property allowing room to entertain or simply enjoy the sunny southerly aspect.

In all, Hatherley presents a rare opportunity to purchase a stylish home, charming village bolthole or holiday let investment.


Situated in the central outskirts of Mawnan Smith at the head of Carlidnack Lane, 'Hatherley' is within an approximate five minute walk of all village amenities, including a charming thatched public free house, village store, church, doctors surgery, restaurant, sub-post office and hairdressers. A regular bus service also serves the village linking to the harbour town of Falmouth, circa 4 miles distant. A beautiful wooded walk from the village leads to nearby Maenporth Beach where refreshments can be enjoyed in the beach cafe or more formal dining located at the highly regarded Cove restaurant (approximately 15 minutes). Notable walks continue on the South West Coast Path, along Church Road to Mawnan Old Church and the mouth of the Helford River, as well as to beautiful sub-tropical Glendurgan and Trebah Gardens only minutes away.


(all dimensions being approximate)

Approached by a small number of granite steps with cast iron hand railing, outside courtesy light.


4.92m x 3.81m (16'1 x 12'5 )

(Furthest measurement taken from bay window). Entered via traditional hardwood front door, a delightful semi open-plan room with central staircase ahead leading to the first floor, and open through way leading to the kitchen/dining area. Large bay window to the front elevation with charming window seat. Wood-burning stove with slate hearth and oak mantel. Under-stair cupboard, oak flooring. Column radiators.


4.15m x 3.00m (13'7 x 9'10 )

An unusually shaped room with large bay window to the front elevation and superb custom fitted kitchen to the side with oak worksurface, a range of below counter level units and inset Belfast sink. Range of high quality Neff appliances including electric 'hide and slide' oven with induction hob over, tiled splashback and stainless-steel extractor, slimline dishwasher and Bosch fridge. Large full height cupboard unit to the dining section. Oak floor, spotlights, column radiator.


2.98m x 1.75m (9'9 x 5'8 )

Of irregular shape, a convenient room with oak-effect worksurface along one side with ceramic inset sink, eye level cupboard units above and space/plumbing for washing machine and dryer. Traditional door with multi glass panes leading to rear garden. Electrical consumer unit housed in small over-head cupboard. Tiled floor. Column radiator. Single glazed sash window.



Split level landing providing access to all rooms. Sash window providing views over the rear garden. Loft access. Telephone point.


3.42m x 3.79m (11'2 x 12'5 )

Second measurement taken into the bay window. A bright and charming dual aspect room with built-in storage option and cast iron feature fireplace. Single glazed sash windows, one with bay feature to the side elevation, offering views over the village outskirts and distant countryside. Oak floor. Column radiator.


3.56m x 3.80m (11'8 x 12'5 )

Another double bedroom with two single glazed sash windows allowing for excellent penetration of light. Original cast iron feature fireplace, oak floor, built-in storage space to the far side. Column radiator.


2.48m x 2.20m (8'1 x 7'2 )

A well appointed three-piece suite comprising a pedestal wash hand basin, low flush WC and cast iron bath with tiled splashback and oversized mains powered shower over head. Sash window with half obscure glass. Shaver socket, water resistant floor. Cupboard housing Prostel hot water cylinder. Stainless steel heated towel rail.



A particularly appealing and southerly-facing garden area, with small lawned sections bordered by mature hedging on two sides and granite stone wall with side gate leading onto Carlidnack Road. A central resin based patio area provides ideal sitting-out space for entertaining or enjoying the sunny southerly aspect.



Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected to the property. Wet electric central heating. Telephone points subject to suppliers regulations.


Band C - Cornwall Council.




Vacant possession upon completion of the purchase with the added benefit of no onward chain.


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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