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A spacious and extended detached old counting house in a tranquil setting and offering views to the surrounding countryside and with a southerly facing aspect. Accommodation comprises: Ground Floor: Entrance porch, hallway, utility room, WC, a roomy kitchen diner and a substantial lounge and further dining room with wood burning stove and high ceilings. First Floor: landing, family bathroom and 4 bedrooms with an en-suite to the master bedroom. Exterior: 'The grounds are a particular feature and approached by a private lane with lawns, terraces and various seating areas. A plantsman's typically Cornish garden it is abundant with camelias, agapanthus, acanthus and exotic tree ferns and palms. There is also a kitchen garden with a greenhouse and vines. There is plentiful parking and a wood built garage/workshop.
Total approximate floor area: 113.1 square metres (1217 square feet).
Council Tax band D, please call Local Cornwall Council general line number 03001234 100 to clarify.
Schools in close proximity to the property include Junior School: Marlborough. Senior School: Falmouth. For clarification of actual catchment areas please contact Cornwall Council admissions line on 01872 322798.
Heating and Glazing
Oil fired central heating, wood burning stove, Rayburn. Single glazing.
Mains electricity and drainage. The property also has a private natural well water supply.
The property is less than 1 mile from the outskirts of Falmouth, and a short picturesque walk away from Maenporth Beach and the beautiful south Cornish coastline. Occupying a wonderfully tranquil setting nestled in a rural location yet just a short walk to the beach in the coastal hamlet of Maenporth Cove located between Falmouth and the Helford River on the south Cornish coastline. Pendennis Point to Rosemullion Head is a stunning stretch of coastline wrapping around Falmouth Bay. The small sandy cove of Maenporth lies approximately two miles south of the colourful and cosmopolitan harbour town of Falmouth, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and not far from the mouth of the wonderful Helford River immortalised by Daphne Du Maurier in her novel Frenchman's Creek.
Kitchen / Diner
17' 5" x 11' 6" (5.30m x 3.50m)
Lounge / Diner
25' 7" x 11' 6" (7.80m x 3.50m)
10' 6" x 12' 10" (3.20m x 3.90m)
11' 2" x 6' 11" (3.40m x 2.10m)
11' 6" x 8' 10" (3.50m x 2.70m)
12' 2" x 11' 10" (3.70m x 3.60m)
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