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4 Bed House - Semi-detached - Dracaena Avenue, Falmouth


  • Semi-detached extended house
  • 3 double bedrooms
  • Multi-vehicle parking
  • Sunny rear garden and patio
  • Detached studio/workshop
  • Well presented
  • Double glazing
  • Central heating


Within a popular stretch of Dracaena Avenue, being within a 15-20 minute walk of both Gyllyngvase Beach and the town centre/harbourside, an extended 1930's semi-detached house with well proportioned 3-bedroomed, 3 reception roomed accommodation, including a superb 26' kitchen and dining room, with the additional benefit of multi-vehicle driveway parking, sunny, level, rear garden and patio with detached timber studio/workshop.


Constructed, we understand, in the 1930's, a particularly well proportioned semi-detached bay-fronted home, retaining many original features including fireplaces, floorboards, architraves and updated with modern additions such as uPVC double glazing and central heating. The layout of the accommodation is well thought out and adaptable, and offers versatile three/four double bedrooms.

Set back from popular Dracaena Avenue, a driveway for up to four vehicles leads to the front entrance porch, and a deep side pathway accesses the rear of the property where there is a detached timber workshop and well enclosed, level and sunny rear garden, facing south-west, laid mainly to lawn, with a broad patio and further storage shed.

An entrance porch, with original tessellated tiling, leads to an attractive hallway with stripped floorboards, providing a pleasant introduction to the property, with timber panelled doors to the three main ground floor rooms and cloakroom/WC. A well proportioned lounge to the front retains many original features including a box bay window, open fireplace and exposed timber floors. An attractively refitted kitchen within an extension to the rear, is accessed from a dining area - making a superb, particularly deep 26' room overlooking the garden to the rear of the property. An additional ground floor reception room, currently utilised as a study, could provide a separate dining room, lounge or bedroom, behind which is a sun room/utility with French doors opening onto the patio and garden. The three double bedrooms and family bathroom are found to the first floor, with a good sized walk-in cupboard, which could provide an en-suite or dressing room to the main bedroom, if required.

All in all, a superbly proportioned family home and, as the vendors' Sole Agents, we strongly recommend an early viewing appointment is made to appreciate.


The property is located on this highly popular palm-lined road, which leads towards Falmouth beaches and seafront, an approximate fifteen minute walk away. Killigrew Street, Kimberley Park Road and the town centre are all located within easy walking distance and nearby are Kimberley Park, corner stores and newsagents, junior and secondary schooling, as well as bus and rail services to the nearby university town of Penryn and beyond, to the cathedral city of Truro, the county's administrative, retailing and commercial centre, approximately twelve miles distant.


(All dimensions being approximate)

From the generous tarmacadamed driveway, two steps lead up to the replacement uPVC double glazed front entrance door, with matching side screens to either side, opening into the:-


An authentic and welcoming entrance area with original tessellated floor tiling and an archway to the entrance hall. Recessed built-in seat with storage under and fitted cupboard suitable for cloak storage etc.


Floor plan

Exposed timber floorboards, original door architraves, skirting boards and panelled doors to all ground floor rooms. Turning staircase, with traditional banisters, to the first floor landing, with fitted under-stair cupboard. Radiator.


Positioned adjacent to the entrance porch. Low flush WC, wash hand basin with vanity unit under and tiled splashback. Fitted cupboard with shelving and an obscured uPVC double glazed window to the side elevation.


4.00m x 4.26m (13'1 x 13'11 )

Floor plan

Measurements exclude the broad bay window which features large multi-pane uPVC double glazed windows to the front. Another characterful/traditional room, open fireplace with authentic cast iron surround, timber mantel and slate hearth. Exposed timber floorboards, high skirting boards and radiator. Cornicing. TV aerial lead.


2.76m x 7.98m (9'0 x 26'2 )

A through kitchen and dining room, as follows:-


2.76m x 3.61m (9'0 x 11'10 )

Floor plan

Traditional panelled door from the entrance hall. Skirting boards and radiator. Open fireplace recess with fitted larder-style cupboard to one side housing a newly fitted boiler providing central heating and hot water, and, to the other side, worktop with shelving and space for fridge under - ideal as a bar! Square arch open from the:-


3.61m x 4.22m (11'10 x 13'10 )

Floor plan

Second measurement narrows to 1.94m(6'4 ). A particularly impressive kitchen extension, with broad uPVC double glazed windows overlooking the rear garden and uPVC double glazed rear door. Broad archway from the dining area and archway to the sun room/utility. The kitchen itself comprises a range of contemporary units with modern round-edged worksurfaces over. Integral dishwasher, contemporary ceramic sink unit with modern mixer tap and drainer. Retro-style tiled splashbacks. A broad Rangemaster double oven with five-ring gas hob and grill plate. Velux window and ceiling spotlights. Space for American-style fridge/freezer. Archway to the:-


2.90m x 2.17m (9'6 x 7'1 )

Archway from the kitchen area and also double doors (currently partitioned-off) from the bedroom/study. Replacement uPVC double glazed doors leading to the rear patio and garden, with matching uPVC double glazed windows on either side.


3.63m x 3.59m (11'10 x 11'9 )

Floor plan

A particularly versatile room, perfect as a study or fourth bedroom, with a uPVC double glazed window to the side elevation. Exposed timber floorboards, radiator and double doors leading to the sun room/utility. Fitted cupboard with shelving and high skirting boards.



Floor plan

A turned staircase rises from the ground floor hallway to the landing, with matching 1930's panelled doors to all bedrooms, the bathroom and the walk-in storage cupboard. A glazed ceiling panel and Velux window within the attic provides natural light. Skirtings boards, picture rails and original door architraves.


1.81m x 1.38m (5'11 x 4'6 )

A versatile walk-in cupboard, positioned above the stairwell, with potential as an en-suite or dressing room, or simply useful storage (its current usage). Radiator.


3.23m x 3.71m (10'7 x 12'2 )

Floor plan

Measurements exclude the extensive fitted wardrobes running along two walls, with sliding doors, hanging rails and shelving. A large uPVC double glazed window to the front elevation, with radiator under. Skirting boards and ceiling spotlights.


3.66m x 3.58m (12'0 x 11'8 )

Floor plan

Second measurement taken into wardrobes. Another light and well proportioned room, with contemporary fitted wardrobes with sliding doors, a uPVC double glazed window overlooking the rear garden, skirting boards and picture rails. Radiator.


3.25m x 3.60m (10'7 x 11'9 )

Floor plan

Another well proportioned double bedroom, with a uPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation. Radiator, skirting boards.


1.78m x 2.14m (5'10 x 7'0 )

Floor plan

White suite comprising a low flush WC, panelled bath with mixer shower over, shower screen and tiled walls, wash hand basin with mixer tap. Heated towel rail and tiled floor. Obscured uPVC double glazed windows to the side and front elevations. Extractor fan and ceiling spotlights.



A deep and enlarged driveway with tarmacadamed off-road parking for four/five vehicles. Walled boundaries to the front and neighbouring property. A gravelled walkway, with pedestrian gate to one side of the house, provides access to the:-


Floor plan

Facing south-west and catching sun throughout the day, a level and manageable garden with a broad paved patio area with doors from both the kitchen and sun room, beyond which is a level lawned area, with well stocked flower bed borders and high walled and fenced boundaries to the side and rear, perfect for families or pet owners. A well maintained timber shed provides storage in addition to the:-


2.84m x 5.16m (9'3 x 16'11 )

Of timber construction, with a pitched roof and three side windows overlooking the garden, a perfect tradesman's or hobbyists studio/workshop, with power and lighting connected, internally lined and featuring double doors from the rear patio and side access walkway.



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


Band D - Cornwall Council.




Immediate vacant possession upon completion of the purchase - the vendor offering the additional benefit of no onward chain.


Strictly by prior appointment with the vendor's Sole Agent - Laskowski & Company, 28 High Street, Falmouth, TR11 2AD. Telephone: 01326 318813.


Travelling along Dracaena Avenue, passing the fuel filling station on the right-hand side, continue through the traffic lights and Number 24 will be found after a short distance on the right-hand side.

For identification purposes only - not to scale.

Floor plan

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.