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Available for cash buyers only is this striking 1930's Art Deco style house set well back off Dracaena Avenue, with three bedrooms, two reception rooms, garage, driveway parking for several cars, garage and good sized enclosed rear garden.
Having undergone many improvements by the current owners the property still retains many original features and enjoys high ceilings, harbour views from some of the rooms and is set back from the road behind a gated entrance.
Dracaena Avenue is aptly named for its Dracaena palms that flank the road that leads into Falmouth and is perfectly located also for ease of access to the town, to Penryn or to the A39.
Opposite the property is a vast park green where children can play, sport is played and also where you can exercise your dog. Just a short walk away is Falmouth Marina where you can enjoy the cafe and restaurant views and watch the boats go by. Falmouth Town centre is approximately one mile away where there is a multi-screen cinema, numerous shops, cafes, restaurants and banking facilities. At the far end of the town is Events Square with the National Maritime Museum, cafes and restaurants and this is also home to the annual famous Sea Shanty and Oyster Festival.Local out of town supermarkets are also located close by. The day sailing waters of the Carrick Roads are amongst the finest in the world, making Falmouth a truly lovely place to live.
Double glazed front entrance door.
Picture window with views out over the harbour. Original stripped wood floor. Radiator. Under stairs cupboard housing gas meter. Turning wooden staircase to first floor. Doors off to:-
Curved feature bay picture window to front elevation enjoying the view of the green opposite. Laminate flooring. Radiator. Feature fireplace housing bespoke wood burner.
Double glazed window and door opening onto deck. Fire surround and mantelpiece with shelved cupboard to side. Laminate flooring. Heating thermostat. Breakfast bar with seating. From hallway, step down to:-
Double glazed window to rear elevation. Free standing gas cooker with stainless steel splash back and hob over. Range of wall and floor mounted cupboard with roll edge working surfaces over incorporating sink and drainer and tiled splash back. Tongue and groove to rear wall. Stone flooring. Space for fridge. Wall mounted gas boiler. Double glazed door to side elevation opens to driveway. From hallway, turning staircase to:-
Picture window with fabulous views out across the harbour.
Loft access with ladder. Original doors off to:-
A feature bay window to the front elevation enjoying views across to the harbour and the park opposite. Radiator. Laminate flooring.
Double glazed window to rear elevation. Fire surround. Built-in cupboard housing immersion tank. Tongue and groove to outside wall. Radiator.
Double glazed window with roller blind. Currently used as a sewing room. Two radiators. Laminate flooring.
Obscured double glazed window. Low level WC. Wood flooring.
Dual aspect with obscured double glazed windows. Tiled shower cubicle housing mains shower, pedestal wash hand basin with cupboard below and mirrored cabinet over. Wall mirror. Heated towel rail. . Radiator with towel rail over. Linoleum floor tiles.
The property is accessed from Dracaena Avenue via a gated off-road entrance that opens to driveway parking and turning space for several vehicles. The front garden is laid to lawn and enclosed by fencing and hedging with a range of mature shrubs. A raised terrace and lawn with steps and a pathway leads the front of the property.
From the dining room a door opens onto the deck with patio. A path leads up to the rear of this good sized garden to a greenhouse and further shed (power connected). Feature pond and vegetable beds and lawn with apple trees and mature shrubs that include a Japanese Maple. Gate opens to driveway that provides access to the:-
Space for freezer, washing machine. Light, plumbing and power connected. Wood store.
Up and over door.
We have been advised following a mundic block test carried out in 2017, the results were a 'B' classification that deems the property unmortgageable. A copy of the report is held on file at our office.