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5 Bed House - Terraced - Dunstanville Terrace, Greenbank, Falmouth


  • Fine period house
  • Close to amenities
  • 5 bedrooms
  • Walled rear gardens
  • Panoramic harbour views
  • Many authentic features
  • 3 reception rooms
  • Viewing recommended


Enjoying one of Falmouth's finest views, looking directly over the Royal Cornwall Yacht Club and constant marine activity within Falmouth's inner harbour, from Flushing to the Carrick Roads, a tall, elegant, 3-storey house, on one of the town's finest period terraces, within easy walking distance of the town centre and excellent sailing amenities, providing highly characterful and versatile, 5-bedroomed accommodation, with delightful, walled and extremely well stocked, sunny, west-facing rear gardens.


Located on one of Falmouth's finest period terraces, 9 Dunstanville Terrace dates, we understand, from the early 18th Century and was subject to major modification in the early 19th Century. Throughout, the property retains a real and authentic sense of history and character, and is, undoubtedly, one of the finest properties of its type in the sought-after harbour town of Falmouth.

Indeed, the views from the property are, simply, outstanding; directly overlooking the Royal Cornwall Yacht Club, destination for many ocean-going sailors and the start/finish line for much classic racing, the panoramic, unobstructed, 180 vista extends from the Greenbank Hotel, Little Falmouth and the picturesque village of Flushing, and across the constant marine activity within Falmouth's inner harbour, to Trefusis Point, the port area, deep sailing waters of the Carrick Roads and unspoilt shoreline of The Roseland peninsula beyond.

A traditional 'box' glazed porch provides a sheltered entrance to the property, opening into a particularly fine reception hall with tall skirtings, panelled hardwood doors, moulded architraves, tessellated tiled flooring, rear door to the courtyard garden, and particularly elegant, broad, easy rising turning staircase, with traditional, tall, small pane windows to the rear elevation, leading to the galleried first and second floor landings over. There is a ground floor bedroom with bay window to the front elevation and en-suite shower room, ideal for visiting guests etc; together with a 'self-contained' flat, ideal as a source of letting income if required, with harbour-facing lounge, large double bedroom (with concealed Cornish Range), kitchen and shower room.

The main living accommodation is located on the first floor where a 20' lounge and 17' separate dining room both, again, enjoy magnificent unobstructed harbour views. An adjacent kitchen combines to provide exceptional entertaining space and benefits from a fine marble fireplace, ornate ceiling cornice and double French doors opening onto a particularly sheltered and sunny south and west-facing patio and terrace.

Accessed at mid landing levels are a shower room/WC and family bathroom, serving three second floor bedrooms, all of which enjoy the magnificent and constantly changing marine outlook.

Outside, there is a pretty rear courtyard with stone flag paving, laundry room and part open-fronted workshop, easily enclosed for those requiring a studio or similar. Steps rise from the courtyard onto a paved and cobbled terrace which extends the width of the rear of the property, and beyond which there is a surprisingly large, well stocked, secure walled garden with gently sloping lawn and wide array of flowering shrubs and specimen trees.

In all, an incredibly charming and highly versatile home, perfectly positioned for Falmouth's town centre and excellent sailing amenities, enjoying one of the finest views imaginable. We, the vendors' Sole Agents, have no hesitation in recommending interested prospective purchasers arrange an early viewing appointment.


(All dimensions being approximate)


Of stripped pine and glazed construction, providing a sheltered entrance to the property, commanding sensational views over the harbour, with double entrance doors and original panelled entrance, with reveals, opening into the:-


Electrical meters and modern trip switching, tall skirtings and authentic tessellated tiled flooring continuing, through a broad door with etched glazing, and side screens to either side, to the:-


Floor plan

A fine and highly authentic reception area with tall skirtings, archway with fluted columns at mid point, tall skirtings, hardwood dado rail and panelled hardwood doors, with moulded architraves, to the ground floor harbour-facing rooms. Radiator. Magnificent, broad, easy rising, turning staircase leading to the part galleried landing and the second floor beyond. Large walk-in under-stair cupboard with modern Vaillant gas fired boiler providing domestic hot water and central heating, casement window to the rear courtyard, stone flooring.



3.85m x 5.30m (12'7 x 17'4 )

Floor plan

Second measurement into a tall bay window to the front elevation enjoying the magnificent views. Timber-effect flooring, radiator, built-in storage cupboard, small pane casement door to the:-


3.77m x 5.35m (12'4 x 17'6 )

Floor plan

Sash window to the rear courtyard, radiator, ceramic tiled flooring, Cornish Range (now concealed), inter-connecting doorway with the reception hall, if required. Panel door leading to the:-


1.77m x 2.97m (5'9 x 9'8 )

Part glazed door to the courtyard, range of fitted wall and base units, inset stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. Zanussi two-ring hob, space for fridge/freezer, quarry tiled flooring, continuing into:-


Radiator, storage space, panel door to the:-


Containing a contemporary white suite with low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap and tiled shower cubicle with instant shower and curved glazed screen. Extractor fan, ceramic tiled flooring.



3.75m x 5.26m (12'3 x 17'3 )

Second measurement into a tall bay window to the front elevation with stunning harbour views. Timber-effect flooring, cast iron fireplace with marble surround, wall light points, radiator. Currently fitted with a kitchenette making this ideal as a continued and further source of letting income, if required. Panelled door to:-


High level glazed screen to the rear elevation, white three-piece suite comprising a pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splashback, low flush WC and tiled shower cubicle with instant shower. Ceramic tiled flooring, storage recess with shelf and towel rail/radiator.

Turning staircase rising from the reception hall with, at mid landing:


Located off the elegant turning staircase rising from the reception hall. Fitted with a white suite comprising a pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splashback, low flush WC and tiled shower cubicle with instant shower. Radiator. Casement window to the rear elevation.



Floor plan

A charming circulatory area with beautiful turning staircase leading to the floors above and below. Tall small pane sash window to the rear elevation overlooking the picturesque courtyard and gardens, providing much natural light. Radiator, hardwood dado rail, exposed timber flooring continuing from the stairwell.


6.08m x 5.40m (19'11 x 17'8 )

Floor plan

Second measurement into a further broad, walk-in, bay window to the front elevation, again enjoying magnificent, unobstructed, 180º views, along Dunstanville Terrace, to the Greenbank Hotel, and over the Royal Cornwall Yacht Club opposite, to the inner harbour, Flushing, surrounding unspoilt countryside, Falmouth's main harbour, the port area, Trefusis Point, deep sailing waters of the Carrick Roads, Pendennis and St Mawes Castles, the mouth of the Percuil River and shoreline of The Roseland peninsula. Exposed timber flooring throughout, magnificent marble fireplace with tiled slips and slate hearth. Two radiators, archway from the landing, panelled door to the:-


3.90m x 5.30m (12'9 x 17'4 )

Floor plan

Second measurement, again into a broad walk-in bay window, enjoying the magnificent ever-changing marine views. Marble fireplace with tiled slips, radiator, shelved storage cupboard, telephone point, panelled door to the:-


5.90m x 3.72m (19'4 x 12'2 )

Floor plan

Another beautifully proportioned room, featuring another fine marble fireplace with broad slate hearth and raised cast iron grate. Panelled doors with moulded architraves from the landing and dining room, tall skirtings, exposed mellow timber flooring throughout, fine moulded ceiling cornice. Fitted with a comprehensive range of white painted wall and base units with timber-edged worksurfaces between with tiled splashbacks. Glazed display cabinets, inset sink unit with mixer tap and cutlery drainer. Neff four-ring electric hob. Split level oven and Neff microwave with further cupboards above and below and end display shelving. Integrated automatic dishwasher. Radiator, double French doors overlooking and opening onto the extremely sunny, west-facing rear patio, and walled garden beyond.

Turning staircase rising from the first floor landing with, at mid-point:


Floor plan

A light and well proportioned family bathroom, again with a white three-piece suite featuring a broad pedestal wash hand basin with marble splashback, low flush WC and panelled bath with mixer tap and Mira shower. Casement window to the rear elevation, roof light, part tiled and timber panelled walls, ceramic tiled flooring. Radiator.



Again, featuring exposed timber flooring continuing from the stairwell. Small pane casement window to the rear elevation overlooking the courtyard and gardens.


3.87m x 5.38m (12'8 x 17'7 )

Floor plan

Second measurement into broad walk-in harbour-facing bay, enjoying the superb and uninterrupted harbour, estuary and coastline views. Traditional bedroom fireplace with tiled slips and slate hearth, painted timber flooring, radiator, built-in shelved storage cupboard.


2.89m x 5.40m (9'5 x 17'8 )

Floor plan

Second measurement into a magnificent harbour-facing bay window. Exposed timber flooring throughout, bedroom fireplace with tiled slips and slate hearth. Built-in wardrobe and storage cupboard. Radiator.


2.67m x 3.06m (8'9 x 10'0 )

A versatile room, currently used as a study. Window to the front elevation overlooking the harbour, radiator.



Low stone retaining walls from Dunstanville Terrace, granite pathway and steps to the entrance porch. Gravelled and paved for ease of maintenance.


A traditional, sheltered, west-facing and highly sunny area with stone flag paving, panelled door from the reception hall, half glazed door to the laundry room and granite steps rising to the rear patio and garden.


6.00m x 2.86m (19'8 x 9'4 )

Of part stone and brick construction, likely to have been an original laundry. Part open-fronted to the courtyard, easily enclosed, ideal for use as a studio or similar. Light and power connected.


Floor plan

A delightful, sheltered and extremely sunny west-facing area comprising a paved sun terrace, ideal for outside dining, with double French doors opening from the kitchen. Gateway and cobbled path and terrace bordered by attractively stocked shrub and flower beds, with steps descending to the courtyard: sheltered by an over-hanging apple blossom tree.


Floor plan

Completely enclosed by secure stone walling, slate capped to one side, comprising a sloping lawn with shaded sitting-out area and paved pathway and steps rising past a well stocked rockery-edged border to a raised rear garden area, planted with highly interesting and sub-tropical plants including dracaena palms, tree fern, hydrangeas, laurel and eucalyptus trees. Small raised patio area to the rear boundary with views over the rooftops to the harbour beyond.



Mains electricity, water, drainage and gas are connected to the property. Telephone points (subject to supplier's regulations). Gas fired central heating.


Band E - Cornwall Council.




Vacant possession upon completion of the purchase.


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

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.