Kernick Park, Penryn


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
An internal viewing of this extremely unique and versatile house is highly recommended; the property is much more appealing and adaptable than can be portrayed on paper . Providing a total of 3 (possibly 4) bedrooms including the option of a self-contained annexe at ground floor level, also featuring 2 garden areas, 2 kitchens, 2 spacious living rooms, garaging and parking a total of just under 2,000 sq ft of accommodation in a convenient and quiet position within Kernick Park a popular development of individual homes.


The Bell House , in its original form, is a period house likely to be built in the Victorian era, full of character with many original features including flagstone flooring, large fireplaces and formal reception rooms. In more recent years, the property has been dramatically extended to provide an additional two bedrooms and two shower rooms, with a spacious self-contained annexe benefiting from its own garden area. Each section of the property has its own gas fired central heating system, but should one prefer to incorporate into one dwelling, little needs to be done, other than personal preferences and updating of some areas, as required. For example, the kitchen area of the annexe could be refitted into a superb en-suite for a fourth bedroom, which is currently the annexe living room. The house already features majority double glazing and plenty of storage within the garage and over-head storage area.


Kernick Park is a 'little-known' development of individual houses of varying size and age, tucked away in tree-lined and stone walled surroundings off Kernick Road, close to the western outskirts of the town, hidden from the outside world, yet within walking distance of the university campus, secondary and junior schooling, superstore, town centre and excellent public transport facilities.


(all dimensions being approximate)

The main entrance features an arched entrance way within the original stone wall, with wrought iron gates opening into:-


Featuring stone walls on all sides, a polycarbonate roof and granite-edged flower beds. Hardwood front entrance door opening into the:-


Part of the original building with masses of character, including a large original fireplace with slate hearth and timber mantel, original bread oven with secondary chimney featuring a stunning brick arch. Secondary glazed timber sash window to the side elevation and double glazed window to the 'orangery'. Two radiators. Small pane casement doors to the bedroom hallway/annexe hall and the:-


5.84m x 4.94m (19'1 x 16'2 )

A quite superb triple aspect room. Measurements exclude areas either side of a large inglenook fireplace with granite lintel and slate hearth. Double glazed windows overlooking both garden areas. Three radiators, original flagstone flooring and an open staircase rising to the main bedroom.


2.16m x 6.54m (7'1 x 21'5 )

A particularly extensive galley kitchen with fitted units and worksurfaces on either side and uPVC double glazed windows overlooking the enclosed courtyard. Space for electric cooker/oven, wall mounted Worcester Bosch gas boiler providing central heating and hot water. Space and plumbing for dishwasher, two tall larder cupboards, one which could house an integral fridge, if required.


A further hallway and a few steps lead to matching doors to bedroom two and the shower room.


2.41m x 3.43m (7'10 x 11'3 )

A bright room with double glazing to the rear elevation, wall mounted sink and radiator.


Corner shower cubicle and low flush WC.



1.42m x 2.80m (4'7 x 9'2 )

A spacious en-suite with timber panelled bath, low flush WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Radiator, Velux window.


4.86m x 3.77m (15'11 x 12'4 )

A quite stunning master bedroom suite comprising a large triple aspect bedroom area with two fitted wardrobes, dressing area and built-in airing cupboard. Part vaulted ceiling with exposed beams. Door to the:-


Small pane casement door from the dining room and doors to the annexe living room or fourth bedroom, annexe bedroom/bedroom three and the annexe shower room.


4.03m x 5.72m (13'2 x 18'9 )

Providing huge flexibility for prospective purchasers as either an annexe living room or, possibly, conversion into a master en-suite bedroom, featuring full height double glazed doors onto the second garden area and additional double glazing to the side elevation. Radiator. Door to the:-


1.92m x 2.81m (6'3 x 9'2 )

A well fitted kitchen with double glazed window to the second garden area. Sink with mixer tap and drainer, oven and two-ring electric hob, space for fridge. Wall mounted Worcester gas boiler providing central heating and hot water. Radiator.


4.02m x 3.18m (13'2 x 10'5 )

A well proportioned double bedroom with double glazing to the side elevation, radiator, fitted wardrobes.


1.96m x 2.04m (6'5 x 6'8 )

A spacious shower room with low flush WC, shower cubicle with electric Mira shower unit, shelf mounted sink with cupboard under and double glazed window to the front elevation.


Perfectly positioned in the centre of the plot, overlooked by its own kitchen and living room windows, featuring a central rockery/flower/pond. Paved for ease of maintenance with a pedestrian door to the:-


Another sunny south-facing garden area, featuring beautifully mature and well stocked flower beds, sweeping gravelled pathway in between. Patio adjacent to the annexe living area and a pedestrian gate provides access from the adjacent 'Walled Garden' development. Secure walled borders.


3.50m x 5.14m (11'5 x 16'10 )

Metal up-and-over door and vehicular access from the gravelled rear driveway, shared with the neighbouring properties. Pitched storage over.


We understand there is allocated parking immediately adjacent to the front entrance with space for two vehicles.


Tenure; Freehold with a development service charge of approximately £40 pcm to cover maintenance of shared gardens/roads etc.


Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected to the property. Telephone points (subject to supplier's regulations). Gas fired central heating with two boilers independently servicing the main house and the annexe.


Band C - Cornwall Council.


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


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


Travelling from Penryn town centre along Kernick Road, in the direction of the A39 bypass near Asda, continue over the mini roundabout adjacent to Penryn Rugby Club. Take the fourth left-hand turning into Kernick Park and The Walled Garden. Continue down the tree-lined lane, passing The Walled Garden on the right-hand side, and when the road opens out into a large parking area, 'The Bell House' entrance can be found immediately on the right-hand side.

Arrange viewing 01326 318813

Laskowski & Co - Falmouth

28 High Street, Falmouth, Cornwall, TR11 2AD

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