Bosvarren House, Constantine, Nr. Falmouth

At a Glance

Sleeps: 8

Changeover: Saturday

Price per week: 700-980

Dogs allowed: Yes

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  • archway
  • Sleeps up to 8 in 4 bedrooms
  • Two doubles and two twin rooms
  • Wood burning stove
  • Large kitchen, with utility off
  • Bathroom and separate shower room
  • Large spacious accommodation
  • Good sized gardens
  • Dogs allowed
  • Oil fired central heating

House

Bosvarren House is a spacious Georgian house with three floors, although the garden basement is unused.   The house is in open country between Constantine and Falmouth.  The south front looks over the garden.  Entry is usually from a small rear courtyard to the kitchen wing.  Around the house is a large garden which runs round all four sides and includes a lot of lawn, some good trees and a number of raised beds with shrubs.

The large kitchen has a dishwasher.  There is an oil fired cooking range as well as an electric cooker and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer.  Next to the kitchen is a small utility with washing machine and a separate WC.

The entrance hall has the original front door and fanlight and there are many other fine features including mahogany doors and original fireplaces.  There is a dining room, sitting room with fine cupboards, a large sitting room with wood burning stove, and the original Turkish style arch leads through to a small study area.   Upstairs are four good double bedrooms, two with double beds and two with twin beds.  There is one bathroom and a separate, small shower room with basin and WC.  Oil fired central heating.

History

Bosvarren House was built around 1812 and was built to impress. It has a south front of granite ashlar and became the country residence of the rector of Constantine.

Surrounding Area

The little hamlet of Bosvarren is up a tree lined drive from the road and the house has two drives opening off that track.

It is just over 3 miles from the coast and is well placed for beaches, facilities, restaurants and the activities of the South West, with Falmouth, Helston and the Lizard. Nearby is the Helford River.  There are good beaches at Falmouth, about 15 minutes away.  The North Coast is within a half hour’s drive.  There is a good pub and a riding stables nearby.  Also walks around the farmstead and fields by the house.

Access

There are a number of steps and different levels within the grounds and the property and we would not consider it suitable for very young children or for people who have difficulties with mobility.

Plenty of parking.

Dogs allowed (Maximum 2)