Trefusis Road, Flushing, Falmouth
Guide Price £425,000
Located in the heart of Flushing with the waterside just seconds away, a charming and immaculately presented cottage including an enclosed roof garden, an outlook towards the water and complemented by the rarity of gated parking.
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- Immaculate end of terrace cottage
- Two double bedrooms
- Close to waterside
- Planning consent to extend
- Water views from first floor
- Two receptions and kitchen / breakfast room
- Parking behind secure gates
- No onward chain
Flushing quay – 50 yards; Mylor Yacht Harbour (via coastpath) - 2; Mylor Bridge – 2; Tremough campus (university) – 3.5; Falmouth – 4.5; Truro – 9.5; Cornwall Airport (Newquay) - 29
(All distances are approximate and in miles)
•South facing end of terrace cottage
•Originally built in the 1850s with rear extension in the 1960s
•Sitting room with woodburner, painted beams and wood panelling
•Dining room with painted beams and wood panelling
•Kitchen / breakfast room with galley-style shaker units including washing machine, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, hob and oven
•Double glazed stable door from kitchen to gated parking area
•Spacious master bedroom with fitted cupboard and water glimpses
•Second double bedroom with two fitted cupboards and view along Trefusis Road towards the water and Falmouth harbour
•Planning permission granted for first floor extension (additional bedroom and bathroom), ref PA17/05916
•Double glazed windows throughout (2012)
•New central heating system (2016)
•New flat roof (2018) and enclosed roof garden (2019)
•Enclosed roof terrace glimpses of the river and views of the charming terrace along Trefusis Road
•Gated and enclosed parking space
Full and detailed brochure available to download.
The picturesque waterside village of Flushing occupies a beautiful position across the water from Falmouth, bordered to the north and east by open countryside. Dating back to the 17th century Dutch builders who first came to construct piers and sea walls before settling, the village subsequently became a place of style and refinement where the many captains of the Packet Ships lived.
Flushing retains style and taste with renovated 17th and 18th century houses combining with narrow winding streets characterised by smaller houses and cottages. The village also enjoys a sunny southerly aspect and is reputed to have one of the mildest climates in Britain.
Local facilities include a convenience store, two public houses and a popular quayside restaurant. Flushing also has its own primary school, church and chapel. A passenger ferry service provides easy access to Falmouth and watersports enthusiasts are well catered for with an active sailing club in the village as well as close proximity to Mylor Yacht Harbour.