Guide price £250,000
- End of Terrace
- Allocated Parking
- View EPC Rating
This stylish and practical 3 bedroomed end terrace holiday home enjoys an intriguing exterior aesthetic, peaceful rural views and is within 2 miles of Falmouth town and sandy beaches.
This beautiful 3 bedroomed end terrace is one of a handful of barns at the end of a private drive and overlooks Falmouth Golf Course. Enjoying generously proportioned rooms, this property is perfectly arranged and located for its use as a holiday home. Cedar is nestled into a peaceful, rural position whilst being conveniently located just 2 miles from Falmouth Town centre and closer to a selection of beautiful sandy beaches (Maenporth 1.5miles, Swanpool less than 1 mile and Gyllyngvase less than 1.5 miles via Swanpool and the stunning Coastal Footpath).
Cedar uniquely boasts a barrelled roof design which not only makes for an architecturally intriguing approach to the property, but it creates a wonderful sense of space with the part glazed gable end increasing the level of light flooding into the first floor. An aesthetically pleasing exterior of hard wood cladding is quite a unique design for Cornwall but provides a sense of style and comfort that features throughout the property. The soft material finish allows this intimate cul-de-sac of holiday homes to blend into its rural surroundings enhancing the sense of privacy, just perfect for a tranquil retreat.
The property enjoys a great sense of space. The generous tiled entrance hall opens to the sizable kitchen/breakfast room to the front which is excellently equipped with a beautiful range of matching wooden floor and wall cabinetry in an L-shape. Inset appliances include a dishwasher, washing machine and fridge/freezer. There is also a fan oven, 4 ring gas hob, tiled splashback and extractor hood over. There is ample storage and worktop space which is tastefully finished in polished black granite. Generous floor space leaves ample room for a breakfast table and chairs making this a stylish and practical room for a holiday home/let. Further to the ground floor is a pleasantly appointed cloakroom with w/c and wash hand basin.
The living/dining room to the rear of the property is an excellent room of great proportions and light and benefits from a south/south west facing window and double doors that open to the decked sun terrace. This is an extremely comfortable and sociable living room with plenty of space for furniture.
Borrowed light from the interesting roof design floods the first floor landing and creates a great sense of space felt throughout this floor. Accommodation comprises three good sized bedrooms including a master en-suite and a family bathroom. The master bedroom enjoys a gorgeous elevated countryside view and also looks out onto the golf course. Its en-suite shower room is well appointed with a double shower cubicle, w/c and wash handbasin with tiled floor and part tiled walls. Bedroom two and 3 are both good doubles with the third to the rear enjoying the same views as the master.
The rear and side garden is the largest in this terrace and offers a gorgeous south/south westerly space to enjoy. A substantial decked area immediately to the rear of the property and a further lawned area to the side appreciate a stunning elevated view of rolling countryside and active golf course and plenty of room for holiday alfresco dining. Side access to the rear garden from the parking area for 2 cars which is directly next to the property is a big benefit of the end terrace position. The extra outside space is great for a shed for beachside belongings. There is further guest parking in the courtyard.
Cedar is restricted for holiday use only so can be a private holiday home, a holiday letting business or both.
SERVICES & COUNCIL TAX
The property is connected to mains water, electricity. Drainage via a private collection tank. LPG fired gas central heating.
Leasehold remainder of a 999 year lease. The property pays a contribution to a service charge see agent for detail.
The nearby south west coastal footpath offers an array of walks with breath taking coastal scenery, turning right towards Maenporth and The Helford and left to Swanpool Beach and Falmouth. Falmouth Golf Club is a stones throw and the nearby beaches offer further leisure activities by hiring a kayak or paddle board to explore the private peaceful coves by water.
Both neighbouring bays have an excellent restaurant, Hooked On The Rocks (Swanpool) and The Cove (Maenporth) with Falmouth itself offering a vast selection.
Falmouth (2miles) is the 3rd largest natural harbour in the world, guarded by the impressive castles of St Mawes and Pendennis. The town boasts golden sandy beaches as well as a range of national and independent shops, restaurants and bars, excellent for live music and the acclaimed Natural Maritime Museum.
There is railway link to Truro, which has mainline access to London. The city of Truro is approximately 10 miles distant & Newquay airport has daily links to the rest of the UK including Ireland.
From our office in Truro, follow the A39 to Falmouth continuing over Treluswell Roundabout, past the university campus, and B&Q/Asda. At the next roundabout (Hillhead) take the 2nd exit towards Budock Water. Continue over the next 2 roundabouts, at the 3rd, take the 2nd exit towards Swanpool/Maenporth. After 100 yards, turn left for Swanpool. Immediately after Falmouth Garden Centre take the next right for Pennance Holiday Barns and continue to the very end without deviation.