Glasney Road, Falmouth

Fixed Price £330,000 | SSTC

3 bedroom Property Sold STC
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Standout Features
Property Description
This end of terrace property is situated on a large corner plot and offers fantastic scope for refurbishment and, subject to consents, extension.

The front door is raised slightly above street level and is accessed via the front garden which provides some privacy from the road.

There is also access to the side of the property with a garden gate leading into the rear courtyard and, at the rear, there is also access through the garage.

On entering the property there is a hallway, with two large, interconnecting reception rooms, the lounge having lovely bay window to the front and the dining room to the rear having French windows opening onto the courtyard. At the back of the house there is a large galley kitchen which leads into a utility / porch with the back door going out to the rear garden.

Stairs lead from the ground to the first floor, with a half landing leading to a roomy bathroom. The first floor landing is spacious with two double bedrooms and a single bedroom. Loft ladders provide access to a large loft space which has two velux windows and would lend itself well to a loft conversion subject to planning consents and building regulations.

To the rear of the property there is an enclosed garden with patio, lawn and pond, with a large garage at the end of the garden with a garage door providing vehicular access onto Hichens Lane.


EPC D
Council Tax Band B
Gas Central Heating & Hot Water
Mains Gas, Electric and Water

LOCATION:
The property is very well located for the amenities of both Falmouth and Penryn and is ideally located for local schools plus Sainsburys' and Lidl supermarkets are also just around a 10 minute walk away. Falmouth is exceptionally located on the south coast of Cornwall and has an abundance of facilities as well as being well connected by roads and train services to the rest of Cornwall and beyond. Swathed in maritime history, Falmouth is now a vibrant hub for sporting and cultural pursuits with three beaches offering fabulous sea swimming, paddle boarding and coastal hiking opportunities. Being home to the world famous Falmouth School of Art, Falmouth is a hub for the Arts in Cornwall, with the Princess Pavilion and The Poly offering a rich programme of events throughout the year. There are ample bus routes which stop close to the property and Penmere Train Station, on the Falmouth branch line which connects to Truro, is just a 20 minute walk away.
Material Information
  • Tenure: Freehold

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Glasney Road, Falmouth

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