McCarthy & Stone - Trelawny House, TR11
Prices around £349,995
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Welcome to Trelawny House in Falmouth a development of spacious, comfortable low maintenance retirement apartments which are now available to move in to.
Trelawny house has a bus stop located directly in front of the development and a train station within walking distance, providing excellent transport links. Located in the popular coastal town of Falmouth with its year-round events, range of amenities and fantastic scenic location within walking distance of the town, marina and beaches.
Apartments are suitable for anyone over 55 who are keen to maintain an independent lifestyle, whilst benefiting from peace of mind and comfort provided by the small and carefully considered details in our apartments.
Falmouth is a lively town on the south coast of Cornwall, famed for its artsy buzz and warm, welcoming ambience. This charming coastal location is the perfect spot for a relaxed yet exciting retirement beside the sea.
With one of the largest natural harbours in the world, Falmouth has a seriously impressive maritime heritage. Locals are keen to keep the legacy going, and offer a great range of watersports, boat trips and sailing events all year round. Of course, if you prefer to keep your feet on dry land, you can opt for a casual stroll around the harbour to soak up the atmosphere and admire the world-class yachts.
Falmouth is home to several Blue Flag beaches, including Gyllyngvase, Castle Beach and Swanpool Beach. Each showcases a golden bay and crystal clear waters, perfect for sunbathing, paddling or kayaking. There's a great assortment of refreshments on offer, too. Back in town, you'll find a selection of great shops and eateries, along with a cinema, bookstores and art galleries.
Cornwall is renowned for its stunning valley gardens, and your Falmouth base means these beauty spots are within easy reach. Discover the magic of Trebah, with its four miles of winding footpaths and thick, exotic canopies. You should also head to Glendurgan, which offers a flourishing garden on the waterside.
Falmouth golf club is a must-visit for keen golfers. The course combines links and parkland style golf, and is sure to provide an exciting round. Best of all, every tee provides a beautiful view of Falmouth Bay, which is particularly enjoyable on warm, sunny days.
Residents benefit from three local railway stations, connecting residents to London, South Wales and the Cotswolds region. There are also regular buses linking Falmouth with Truro and the other surrounding villages.
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