2 Pendennis, Barbican Hill
This beautifully presented five-bedroom period property enjoys stunning harbour views and boasts a wealth of period features to include original woodwork and doors, high ceilings and period fireplaces that grace the well-proportioned rooms. This property is offered to the market with no onward chain.
The Fine Details
This Edwardian property retains many original features and has a feeling of calm. From the original tiled entrance vestibule to the summer house at the top of the garden, the property offers a wealth of charm and character along with versatility. The accommodation is across three floors and comprises; to the ground floor there is an entrance vestibule with original tiled flooring, a light and airy living room with a feature fireplace housing a gas fire with cupboards to each side, the dining room boasts a wood burning stove with original cupboards and in turn leads into the well-equipped kitchen/breakfast room with separate utility and pantry to the rear of the house. There is also a door from the breakfast room that leads to an outside rear access/passageway. To the first floor there is a split-level landing where three bedrooms and the family bathroom are located. The top floor offers two further bedrooms with built in wardrobes and eaves storage. On the second (truncated)
Steps lead up from Barbican Hill and the parking area. The patio is laid to brick paving with decorative mosaic area enjoying views over the river and the harbour. Space for table and chairs. This front area benefits from the evening sun.
Accessed from the rear of the property, a series of steps and paths lead up to this generous and well-manicured garden offered over various levels, with areas of patio and stone which in turn support raised beds and well stocked mature herbaceous borders. Vibrant planting encases the terraced areas and mature plants include but are not limited to New Zealand Fern, Gunnera, Trachycarpus, Peony, Tree Peony, Fig. Self-seeding Foxglove, Nasturtium, Marigold, Wallflower, Euphorbia and Aquilegia. Bluebell and Grape Hyacinth carpet the flower beds at different times of year. At the top of the garden there is a well-positioned summerhouse affording the stunning and elevated views on offer. The garden borders onto the Wooldown field.
The parking area can be found directly under the property, there is room for one car.