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Cornwall Terrace, Penzance£400,000 Sold (STC)

3 Bedroom House - End Terrace

  • Period Town House
  • 3 Double Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Study/Breakfast Room
  • Well Presented Accommodation
  • EPC - E
  • Landscaped Garden
  • Parking for 2 Cars
  • All Mains Services Connected

Built in the early 19th Century is this well presented town house. Originally a detached house for the church it now adjoins the adjacent terrace and is situated in a sought after location. The property is situated between Penlee Park and Morrab Gardens and is a few hundred yards from the seafront promenade, open air Jubilee Pool and the town. The accommodation has been extensively updated and maintained to a high standard. The spacious and well proportioned accommodation gives a feeling of grandeur to this fine home. There are many features including high ceilings, period fireplaces and dado rails and stylish window shutters together with parking for 2 cars and a landscaped, walled garden. On the ground floor is a lounge, dining room, kitchen and study/breakfast room while on the first floor are 3 bedrooms, a shower room and the family bathroom. There are three outbuildings; one housing the utilities and the second a general store room.

The ancient market town of Penzance has a comprehensive range of facilities including shopping facilities, hospital, primary and secondary schools and a college. The town is rich in history and the architecture in Chapel Street is famous for this as is the promenade and open air Jubilee Pool. Further leisure facilities are dotted around the town with wonderful parks close to the seafront and beach stretching between Penzance and Newlyn.

(Property Ref: 14469083)


  • 3.38 x 4.00 (11'1" x 13'1")
  • 3.34 x 3.82 (10'11" x 12'6")
  • 2.39 x 3.80 (7'10" x 12'5")


  • 2.98 x 4.79 (9'9" x 15'8")

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