The Beach House is a magnificent detached period residence, situated in a spectacular frontline position. Boasting views across falmouth bay and beyond. Arguably the most desirable of falmouth addresses, Boscawen Road.
Iimpeccably presented and offering the most versatile of coastal living. This wonderful spacious home is set within one ofthe largest plots on this road with large sub-tropical gardens, patio & decking area, triple garage, parking for several vehicles, grand entrance hall, several reception rooms, 6 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms including a 2 bedroom lower ground guest suite.
This is an extremely rare opportunity to acquire an idyllic coastal residence within this wonderful part of Cornwall. The property needs to be viewed to appreciate the vast accommodation on offer along with the plot size and position
Deceptive from the roadside, the sheer size of the accommodation which is spread over three floors is surprising. ‘The Beach House’ was built in the 1930’s on a large plot, on the seaward side of the now much sought after Boscawen Road. Superb views across Gyllyngvase Beach to Pendennis Castle are enjoyed from the gardens, the reception rooms and bedrooms to the front. The property is set within a large plot giving potential to extend or develop further, subject to any necessary consents.
The Beach House is tastefully presented throughout with a beach house feel and has been maintained and updated over the years yet retains many of the character features. The property is extremely versatile and can be utilised based on the buyers requirements. In brief the property consists of:
Ground floor - large vestibule, entrance hall and kitchen breakfast room with doors out to the rear patio, lounge, a large 26ft. Reception room. To the rear of the floor a further area that is currently a utility room and boot room but could easily become a self contained with kitchen/dining living area, bedroom and shower room.
First floor - 4 large double bedrooms all enjoying large shower/bathrooms with the 2 front bedrooms enjoying the incredible views over Falmouth Bay.
Lower ground floor - a guest suite with 2 en-suite bedrooms, kitchen, dining area and lounge.
The property has the huge benefit of a long gated driveway leading to a triple garage with electric remote control doors, light and power and generous parking for several vehicles, great for anyone looking to house a boat.
Outside a real feature is the delightful sub-tropical gardens boast specimen plants, trees, palms and large cacti, offering a haven of peace and calm. Watch the yachts sail by or see fishing boats bring home their catch at the end of the day.. There are various sections of the garden to enjoy including a large pond, further secluded lawned area and large patio and decking area of which beautifully 'inter-connects' with the living accommodation.
Boscawen Road is a highly regarded and one of Falmouths most sought after locations and comprises of a selection of individual and distinctive houses that enjoy a superb situation with views across Gyllyngvase Beach which is literally on your doorstop aswell as Pendennis Castle on the town's southern side and just a short 15 walk from the town centre and harbour.
What defines Falmouth more than anything else is the water surrounding the town. On one side there is the third largest natural harbour in the world and on the other long beaches with rockpools and sand, all within walking distance of the town itself. There is a huge array of water sports on offer - yacht racing, gig rowing, paddle-boarding, diving, fishing, surf-lifesaving to name but a few. There are three yacht marinas, besides a whole harbour full of deep-water moorings.
Falmouth enjoys an excellent and diverse selection of popular restaurants and an eclectic mixture of individual shops as well as national chains, together with quality galleries showcasing local talent.
Falmouth Docks along with Falmouth University (with campuses in Falmouth and Penryn) and Falmouth Marine School, specialising in traditional and modern boat building, marine engineering and environmental science, ensure an all year round and vibrant community. There are five primary schools and one secondary school in the town and highly regarded independent preparatory and senior schools in Truro.
Nearby train stations (Falmouth Town and Penmere Halt) provide a convenient link to the mainline at Truro for Exeter and London, Paddington. Just 12 miles from Falmouth you will find the Cathedral City of Truro, the county's retailing, commercial, administrative, health and educational centre.
services: Mains water, drainage, electricity & gas. For Council tax visit
heating & glazing: Gas central heating and UPVC double glazed windows.
Room sizes: Please see floorplan for layout and sizes.