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1,674 sq ft(155.52 sq m)
Guide price £365,000

Cambridge PlaceFalmouth, Cornwall, TR11 4QR


    Key features

    • Close to town centre and beaches
    • Three/ Four bedrooms
    • A west facing garden
    • Access to private communal gardens
    • High ceilings
    • Period building
    • Grade II Listed

    Positioned within a select and extremely elegant terrace, an attractive Victorian apartment, enjoying outside space and private communal gardens.

    About this property

    • The property is set over two floors and comprises three/four bedrooms and provides particularly light and airy accommodation with a good deal of space, and benefits from its private garden. This Grade II listed property is a double fronted first and second floor apartment entered via the garden from the ground floor.

      The first floor comprises three bedrooms, sitting room, good sized bathroom with separate shower and bath, and a kitchen. The second floor is also a large space and is where the potential fourth and fifth bedrooms are located. The apartment is positioned conveniently close to Falmouth's famous seafront, harbour, town and local beaches. This apartment would make the perfect main home, lock up and leave or indeed holiday investment. The property overlooks the private gardens for Cambridge Place and has glimpses of sea views. This property is a great example of an apartment in a Victorian building.

      Gardens

      There is an enclosed garden to the side of the property which is gravelled and contains some mature plants and shrubs. There is access to Cambridge Place Gardens which is a communal garden laid to lawn with a variety of mature shrubs and plants and is solely for the benefits of the residents of Cambridge Place.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    The perfect Falmouth apartment – extensive living space and access to private communal gardens.

    George HillProperty agent

    Local information

    • This wonderful apartment is located within walking distance of Falmouth's seafront, Gyllyngvase and Castle beaches. It is also just a few minutes from central Falmouth. The town has a wide range of amenities, as well as delightful golf course, the acclaimed National Maritime Museum and famous art college.
    • Along with many charming and unique shops, many pubs and restaurants, cafés and bars, Falmouth lies at the entrance to the Carrick Roads, a beautiful estuary bordered by countryside and small waterside villages and home to sheltered anchorages and yacht marinas. Falmouth also has wonderful sandy south facing beaches and is consistently voted as one of best places to live in the south west (The Sunday Times).

    Additional information

    • There is a huge collection of water sports on offer in Falmouth, from weekly dinghy racing, to gig rowing, paddle-boarding, diving and fishing. Falmouth is also an eventful university town with one of the country's principal media and arts universities on a glorious purpose-built campus. A railway line operates from Falmouth to Truro, which is on the main Paddington-Penzance line with a sleeper service. There are four daily return flights to London Heathrow from Newquay airport, about 30 miles away.
    • SERVICES
    • Mains water, drainage, gas and electricity. Gas central heating. Superfast broadband available.
    • Tenure
    • Leasehold
    • 999 years from 25/6/1987
    • Directions: Upon entering Falmouth, proceed along Dracaena Avenue and past the Falmouth Rugby Club on the right. Take the 2nd exit at the roundabout, then head along Western Terrace, take the 5th turn on the left and continue to Cambridge Place. Distances Gyllyngvase Beach – 0.5; Falmouth town centre – 0.5; Royal Cornwall Yacht Club – 1.5; Mylor Yacht Harbour – 5 Truro – 10.5; Cornwall Airport (Newquay) – 29.5 (all distances are approximate and in miles)
    • EPC Exempt