Flushing, Falmouth


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  • Bedrooms: 4
A superb 3-storey, 4 bedroom, 2 shower room house, located in a lovely position within this highly desirable harbourside village, thoroughly improved extended and updated in recent years, now providing generous and well laid out accommodation with private, level and sunny courtyard gardens with highly useful outhouse .


Since the original construction during the Victorian period, Secret Harbour has been dramatically improved, extended and modernised and now provides family sized living, which is not apparent from the exterior. Both original reception rooms have been knocked through into a large spacious living/dining room, the kitchen has the benefit of a full width extension leading straight onto the courtyard garden, and the loft area has been impressively converted into a master bedroom with superb en-suite shower room, complementing the similarly refitted family shower room on the first floor, which serves the further (spacious) bedrooms. The house has the benefit of full double glazing, many windows and doors having been installed in very recent years, and an oil fired boiler provides central heating and hot water. Propane gas bottles supply the kitchen cooking and living room burner.

Our clients have successfully utilised the property as a holiday let for many years, although we believe it would be of equal interest to any prospective purchasers looking for a family home. Any existing/future holiday bookings should be discussed with Laskowski & Company during any negotiations.


Coventry Road is just a few moments' walk from Flushing's harbour edge with quays providing direct access onto Falmouth Harbour, the Penryn River, Fal Estuary and Falmouth Bay beyond. Day-to-day amenities within the village include two public houses, village store, primary school, highly regarded restaurant - 'The Waterside', active sailing club and regular passenger ferry to Falmouth on the southern banks of the harbour opposite, where there is a further, full range of shopping, commercial and leisure amenities including the National Maritime Museum, galleries and extensive choice of restaurants.

Day-to-day amenities within the village include two public houses, sub-post office/stores, primary school, highly regarded restaurant, active sailing club and regular passenger ferry to Falmouth, on the southern banks of the harbour opposite, where there is a further, full range of shopping, commercial and leisure amenities including a cinema, National Maritime Museum, galleries and extensive choice of restaurants.


(all dimensions being approximate)

Replacement double glazed front entrance door from Coventry Road opens into the:-


A spacious entrance area with timber panelled walls to dado rails, coat hanging space and a traditional timber inner door with stained glazing and starbursts with matching side screens and panels over.


Attractively appointed with a tiled floor, dado rails and a traditional timber staircase rising to the first floor landing with cupboard and additional storage under. Radiator. Door to the kitchen/breakfast room and double casement doors to the:-


Formerly two reception rooms, now opened-up to provide a particularly spacious and attractively presented room, loosely divided into sitting and dining areas, as follows:-


3.03m x 3.66m (9'11 x 12'0 )

Measurements exclude chimney breast recesses with fitted shelving, TV shelf and a high level free-standing real flame gas fired stove on a broad granite hearth. Radiator, skirting boards. This room is open to the:-


3.56m x 3.54m (11'8 x 11'7 )

Another spacious area, open to the sitting area via a broad entranceway. Replacement uPVC double glazed sash-style windows to the front elevation. Broad recess with fitted shelving and cupboard under. Radiator.


5.42m x 2.63m (17'9 x 8'7 )

An immensely light and spacious kitchen, an extension to the original property, featuring a beautifully fitted kitchen comprising polished granite worksurfaces with oak-fronted cupboards and drawers at base and eye level, with tiled splashbacks in between. Integrated fridge and recessed Belfast-style ceramic sink with contemporary mixer tap. Space for a broad 'Rangemaster-style' cooker/oven and space and plumbing for dishwasher. Broad sliding double glazed doors provide direct access onto the beautiful and sunny gardens with additional double glazed window. Tiled floor, ceiling down-lights and radiator.



A part galleried landing with a further staircase rising to the second floor landing with storage area under. A small flight of stairs to the rear accesses a fitted cupboard with slatted shelving and:-


2.79m x 2.72m (9'1 x 8'11 )

An ideal study, single bedroom or office with a double glazed window overlooking the rear courtyard garden. Radiator.


3.28m x 3.36m (10'9 x 11'0 )

Another extremely well presented and bright room with replacement double glazed sash-style window to the rear elevation. Original fireplace and radiator.


3.02m x 3.66m (9'10 x 12'0 )

The third double bedroom, again particularly well proportioned, featuring a replacement double glazed sash-style window to the front elevation. Radiator and original fireplace.


1.82m x 2.63m (5'11 x 8'7 )

Beautifully reappointed by the current owners, featuring contemporary stone-effect floor and wall tiling, superb shower cubicle with rainfall shower head and separate hand-held attachment, stylish wash hand basin with contemporary mixer tap and vanity cupboard under, low flush WC with concealed cistern and further storage. Tall heated towel rail.



uPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation with views across to North Parade and the Greenbank area of Falmouth. Door to:-


3.23m x 5.30m (10'7 x 17'4 )

Average measurements provided of this spacious and irregular-shaped room, featuring both double glazed windows and Velux windows to the rear elevation. Space for free-standing furniture and low level fitted cupboard. Radiator. Door to the:-


1.79m x 2.83m (5'10 x 9'3 )

Measurements taken from waist height and include the shower cubicle, Particularly well appointed with contemporary wall and floor stone-effect tiling. Low flush WC with concealed cistern and plenty of storage, wash hand basin with cupboard under and shower cubicle with rainfall shower head and separate hand-held attachment. Heated towel rail.



A beautiful and sunny area to sit out, paved for ease of maintenance. Secure stone and walled borders, mature shrubs and climbing plants for privacy. Raised flower bed with pond and thoughtfully planted with an array of flowering plants. A part screened storage area houses the oil tank supplying the boiler and Propane gas cylinders which supply the cooker/oven and living room burner.


1.43m x 3.30m (4'8 x 10'9 )

A perfect room for further storage, also housing the oil fired Worcester boiler providing central heating and hot water, space and plumbing for washing machine and further storage units and worksurface space. Flagstone slate flooring. uPVC double glazed door from the courtyard garden.



Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected to the property. Oil fired central heating. Propane gas bottles supply the kitchen cooking and living room burner.


Band D - Cornwall Council.




The property is currently holiday let through a reputable holiday letting firm - Falmouth Holiday Homes - and therefore vacant possession will be provided depending on proposed time scales for completion.


By telephone appointment with the vendors' Sole Agent - Laskowski & Company, 28 High Street, Falmouth, TR11 2AD. Telephone: 01326 318813.

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Laskowski & Co - Falmouth

28 High Street, Falmouth, Cornwall, TR11 2AD

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