Rosehill Cottages, Mylor Bridge
Available for the first time in 28 years, situated within a short and level walk of the creek, this charming Victorian home is located in the highly desirable waterside village of Mylor Bridge near Falmouth, providing cosy and characterful accommodation with the scope to extend and improve.
- Victorian terraced house
- Charming original period detailing
- Close to creek
- Three bedrooms
- Spacious bathroom
- Three reception rooms
- Open fireplaces and contemporary woodburner
- Scope to extend
- Front and rear gardens
- No onward chain
Shops and amenities – 175 yards; Pandora Inn – 1; Flushing – 1.5; Mylor Yacht Harbour - 2; Falmouth – 4; Perranwell Station (branchline rail) – 5; Truro – 8.5; Cornwall Airport (Newquay) – 27
(All distances are approximate and in miles)
•Mid terrace Victorian home originally built in the 1880s
•First sale since 1992
•Retaining original features and period detailing
•Sitting room with open fire, ornate fireplace and exposed floorboards
•Living room with open fire, cast iron fireplace and exposed floorboards
•Light and bright dining room with contemporary woodburner
•Small galley kitchen
•Three bedrooms (two doubles, one single), two with original fireplaces
•Spacious bathroom with large shower and freestanding roll top bath
•Scope to extend into courtyard to create larger kitchen (subject to any necessary planning consents and building regulations)
•Scope to extend into attic (subject to building regulations)
•Offered for sale with no onward chain and for the first time in 28 years
•Private rear garden with lawn, vegetable bed and shed
•Lawned front garden
•Outbuilding providing useful storage
Situated within a short walk of Mylor’s shops, amenities, school and creek, Rosehill Cottages is an attractive terrace of Victorian houses set back from the roads; out of sight, discrete and tucked away.
Mylor Bridge enjoys a creekside position and provides a high standard of living just a few miles from bustling Falmouth and Truro. The village, popular with all ages, features a primary school, grocery store, newsagents, butchers, fish monger, pub, hairdresser, dentist, two churches, playing field and community centre. Just a mile away is the famous and iconic Pandora Inn, and only two miles away is the incredibly well equipped Mylor Yacht Harbour (where Sir Ben Ainslie learnt to sail).
The thriving university town of Falmouth, four miles to the south, is one of the country’s most historic harbour towns with its eclectic range of boutiques and restaurants, arts scene, sailing lifestyle, marinas and beaches.