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2 Bed House - Terraced - Waterloo Place, Falmouth


  • 2 double bedrooms
  • Broad living room
  • Refitted kitchen
  • Stylish bathroom
  • Replacement double glazing
  • Front and rear courtyards
  • Open views from first floor
  • Quiet traffic-free location


Originally 2 separate dwellings and now an extremely well proportioned 2 double bedroomed terraced cottage, delightfully positioned in a quiet and 'tucked-away' location, close to the town's amenities and central facilities, offering exceptional living space, refurbished with great thought and style, with the additional benefit of front and rear patio/courtyards.


Situated in a completely traffic-free location, down a delightful opeway, within a few minutes' walk of the town's amenities, restaurants and sailing facilities surrounding the harbour, a two-bedroomed cottage (originally two dwellings), with fantastic proportions and featuring many original characteristics coupled with various recent improvements by the current owners, including refitting of the kitchen and bathroom, installation of sash-style double glazed windows and many other general upgrades.

The living/dining room covers the full width of the cottage and, like the rest of the property, benefits from being light and airy with two large sash-style windows to the front. To the rear of the ground floor and on opposite sides, stands the refitted kitchen and stylish bathroom, the former providing access to the courtyard via the rear door. Upstairs, two bedrooms of good proportions feature further replacement sash-style double glazed windows, the master offering fitted cupboards. From both bedrooms, the outlook is elevated and countryside views of Flushing's rural surrounds can be enjoyed, with a small glimpse of the river in front.


Waterloo Place is accessed via a pedestrian pathway, just off Waterloo Road, centrally located within a few minutes' walk from the town itself, junior school and harbourside.

The town's excellent range of shops, services and restaurants etc are therefore very close at hand, together with the water sports facilities centred around the harbourside and shorelines, including the Royal Cornwall Yacht Club, water sports centre and various marinas. Also within a few minutes' walk is the recently developed Events Square, adjacent to the Maritime Museum and Rick Steins fish and chip restaurant.

Falmouth's safe bathing beaches and beautiful clifftop walks are also nearby, as is Falmouth's railway station which leads to Truro, approximately twelve miles distant, which connects to the main Penzance to London (Paddington) line.


(All dimensions being approximate)

Set back and away from the roadside and accessed via a delightful pedestrian pathway, a replacement uPVC double glazed front entrance door opens into the:-


A welcoming entrance area with coat hanging space and built-in seat under and concealed consumer unit over. Open entranceway to the:-


7.25m x 4.10m (23'9 x 13'5 )

Floor plan

An exceptionally well proportioned and particularly light room, with loosely divided dining and sitting areas, both featuring tall replacement uPVC double glazed sash-style windows overlooking the front courtyard. Fireplace with tiled and timber surround and raised hearth, suitable for installation of a wood-burner (subject to inspection). Staircase rising to the first floor. Entranceway to the kitchen and part glazed door to the bathroom. Two radiators.


1.98m x 2.38m (6'5 x 7'9 )

Floor plan

A tastefully refitted kitchen with solid oak worktops, inset ceramic sink with mixer tap (with hose attachment). Four-ring gas hob with electric oven under, retro-style wall tiling and authentic floor tiling. Space and plumbing for washing machine, space for fridge/freezer. Window and part glazed door to the rear courtyard.


2.00m x 2.46m (6'6 x 8'0 )

Floor plan

A spacious and stylishly upgraded bathroom with timber floorboards, cast iron bath with timber panelled sides, mixer shower with rainfall showerhead attachment, curtain rail and retro tiled wall. Sink unit with cupboards under, low flush WC and heated towel rail. Two obscure windows to the side elevation.



Stairs rise from the living room below, boiler cupboard housing the Worcester combination boiler for the central heating and hot water. Traditional timber panelled doors to both bedrooms. Concealed radiator.


3.51m x 4.00m (11'6 x 13'1 )

Floor plan

A particularly spacious double bedroom enjoying lovely elevated views across to Flushing village, the unspoilt countryside and a glimpse of the Penryn River. Fitted wardrobe with hanging rail and additional cupboards adjacent. Large uPVC double glazed sash-style window to the front. Radiator, ceiling loft hatch.


3.47m x 2.97m (11'4 x 9'8 )

Floor plan

Another spacious room, again enjoying the elevated views towards Flushing and unspoilt surrounding countryside. uPVC double glazed sash-style window to the front. First measurement narrows to 8'5 (2.59m).



Floor plan

The pedestrian gate from the front pathway and enclosed by timber fencing, a part paved, level, sitting-out area also housing a timber shed.


Accessed from the rear kitchen, a small but south-west facing courtyard area, highly secure with high wall borders for privacy and level sitting-out space. Outside tap.



Mains water, electricity, drainage and gas are connected to the property. Gas fired central heating.


Band B - Cornwall Council.




Vacant possession upon completion of the purchase.


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


Travelling up Killigrew Street away from The Moor, take the first left-hand turning into Trelawney Road, continue up this hill taking the second left-hand turning into Waterloo Road. Continue along this road, passing Norfolk Road on the right-hand side, and after a short distance pedestrian access to Waterloo Place will be found on the left-hand side, well before reaching the end of this road.

There are no floor plans available for this property.

These particulars have been prepared as a general guide only for prospective purchasers. Although every effort has been made to provide a fair and reasonable description of the property, no specific survey or detailed inspection has been carried out in relation to the building, services, appliances and any fixtures and fittings. All measurements, dimensions, acreages and distances are approximate and should not be relied upon for accuracy. All buyers should rely on their own surveys and investigations in connection with a purchase of the property.