Semi Detached House
Penryn is a small but busy town near to the port of Falmouth and just 9 miles from Truro. It lies on a promontory between two creeks and is a centre for sailing with its boatyards and chandlers. Penryn dates back to the thirteenth century and its narrow cobbled streets and old buildings reflect its historical past.
There are several restaurants, cafés and pubs in the town and lovely sandy beaches are within a short distance, while there are many walks through woodland and along river banks.
Travelling from Falmouth on the B3292, cross the Penryn bridge and at the traffic lights turn left towards the town centre. Bohill will be found on the left hand side after 150 yards.
Bohill is an impressive Grade ll listed building retaining many original period features, with views over the Penryn River. We believe the property was known as "Tristram Lord's House" in the 17th century and comprises: large lounge, kitchen diner with stove, utility and shower room downstairs with four bedrooms and bathroom upstairs, with loft space above. The property has a parking space nearby and there is a secluded well stocked garden.
Bohill is the turning on the left, marking the end of Quay Hill and the beginning of Broad St, when heading towards Market Street. No 2 is within easy access of all the amenities in Penryn including Quay side walks. The property can be entered by the front door (At the top of Bohill or through the garden and parking area adjacent to No 4.
LOUNGE: 6.23m by 4.43m 20'5" x 14'6"
Enter by the front door. There is a reception area just inside the door. The lounge is lit by windows in the front (sash) and side elevations, stairs adjacent to the rear elevation ascend to the first floor and a wooden door opens to the kitchen diner. The lounge has exposed granite, a timber floor, various alcoves, an impressive fire place and two radiators.
KITCHEN DINER: 4.69m by 4.17m 15'5" x 13'8"
Lit by a sash widow to the front elevation, this room has country style base units with roll edged work tops housing an electric hob with oven below and hood above. There is a multi fuel stove, exposed beams, wooden floor, a radiator and access to the scullery.
SCULLERY: 2.64m by 1.92m 8'8" x 6'4"
Lit by a window and door in the side elevation, opening to the courtyard garden, the scullery has further matching wall units and roll edged work tops housing a stainless steel drainer with mixer tap over, a tiled floor and door to the utility/shower room.
SHOWER ROOM: 2.60m by 2.60m 8'6" x 8'6"
The white suite comprises; low level WC with close coupled cistern, pedestal wash hand basin shower in cubicle. There is also a bay with space and services for a washing machine (with space for a dryer above). The floor is tiled and lighting distributed.
Return to the lounge and climb the stairs.
The landing has traditional pillars, access to the bathroom, four bedrooms and loft by ceiling hatch. There is also distributed lighting and a cupboard adjacent to the bathroom housing the central heating gas boiler.
BATHROOM: 2.51m by 2.41m 8'3" x 7'11"
The white suite comprises; roll edged bath, low level WC with close coupled cistern and designer wash hand basin. The floor is wood effect laminate, there is a heated towel rail and window in the rear elevation which provides light.
BEDROOM 1: 4.19m by 3.01m 13'9" x 9'11"
Bedroom 1 has superb views over the Penryn River by a sash window with window seat. The floor is stripped wood and the room is warmed by a radiator.
BEDROOM 2: 3.38m by 2.99m 11'1" x 9'10"
Sharing the views across the estuary, bedroom 2 has wooden floors, a built in cupboard (believed to have originally been a window) and is also warmed by a radiator.
STUDY/BEDROOM 4: 3.99m by 2.65m narrowing to 1.5m 13'1" x 8'8"->4'11"
Occupying the corner of the building, the study is almost triangular in shape, there is a window, built in cupboard and a radiator.
BEDROOM 3: 2.95m by 2.61m 9'8" x 8'7"
Lit by a window to the side elevation, bedroom 3 is currently used for storage, has a wooden floor, exposed beams and a radiator.
The courtyard garden is well stocked and very colourful in the summer, it also provides access to the summerhouse, a second modest garden and steps to the off street parking. Access to the basement is down granite steps from the courtyard garden.
BASEMENT: 4.42m by 4.18m 14'6" x 13'9"
Accessed by a covered way from the rear courtyard, the basement has approximately 5'10" in ceiling height, a window to the front elevation, exposed beams, light and power.
SUMMERHOUSE: 3.25m by 2.97m 10'8" x 9'9"
Currently used as a studio, the summerhouse has a timber floor, access to the courtyard garden and a further modest garden with access to the off street parking .
Electricity, Telephone, Water, Drainage, Gas
Immediate vacant possession on completion.
Energy Performance Certificates (EPC)
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