The Fitzroy: Luxury Falmouth Property
A new residence on Cliff Road
The Fitzroy is a new collection of one, two and three bedroom apartments with panoramic views of Falmouth Bay and Pendennis Castle. Award-winning architects Allford Hall Monaghan Morris have designed the five-storey building as a modern interpretation of the grand apartments and hotels, such as The Falmouth and The Royal Duchy, which line Falmouth's seafront.
The grounds have been inspired by Falmouth's 19th-century tradition of collecting tropical plants brought back from overseas expeditions. One particular touchstone is Darwin's voyage to the Galapagos on the HMS Beagle, which returned to Falmouth in 1836 with a host of previously unknown species and varieties. Drawing on this history of seafaring and discovery, the gardens host a variety of exotic plants, while areas of Cornish walling form a series of nooks and crannies and sheltered seating areas.
Prices starting from £400,000
Life at The Fitzroy
Here you'll find areas for relaxing amid the vibrant greenery and taking in the panoramic coastal views. Catch up with neighbours for a coffee in the lounge, where floor-to-ceiling glass windows let you look out across Falmouth's bay.
At reception, the Host will be happy to deal with any queries, whether that's taking guest suite bookings, recommending local restaurants or providing information on the range of locally sourced produce in the social kitchen.
The lounge is the development's central hub, with beautiful views over the bay through floor-to-ceiling glass windows. In the warmer months, double doors open out to the outdoor terrace, which adjoins the maritime garden at the front of the building.
This is the perfect spot to relax with friends and enjoy a spot of sun in the warmer months.
The gardens are a prominent feature around this development. Numerous indigenous trees offer privacy from the road and a planted path leads up toward the front entrance of this Falmouth property. The north-facing woodland floor garden is designed to act as an outdoor living room in the summer.
Bordered by a boundary wall with climbing vines, this sheltered area is planted with spring bulbs, ferns and evergreen plants.
The Living Area
The living rooms at the Fitzroy Falmouth are open plan, spacious and flooded with natural light. Sliding glass doors open onto the balcony and offer incredible views out across the sea.
All bedrooms at the Fitzroy Falmouth are fitted with carpet and contain custom-designed, fully integrated wardrobes in the master bedrooms. All bedroom can fit a double bed and have plenty of storage space for clothes and belongings.
The large fully fitted kitchens have lacquered cabinetry and contemporary handles. It is also fitted with overhead storage, timber-effect workshops and integrated appliances.
Part tiled, the bathroom is elegantly decorated and contains mirror fronted cabinets. It is also fitted with a spacious walk in shower.
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Living in Falmouth
Situated on Cornwall's South Coast, Falmouth is a bustling town with plenty going on. A choice of boutiques, cafés and restaurants line Church St and Market St, while the sailing and watersports opportunities attract people from across the country.
The town is also renowned for its rich artistic heritage. One of the artists inspired by this stretch of Cornish coastline was JMW Turner, who visited the town in 1811 and captured the distinctive Cornish light in his depictions of Falmouth harbour and Pendennis Castle.
Falmouth's reputation as an artistic and cultural hub continues today, with galleries such as the Falmouth Art Gallery and the John Dyer Gallery hosting a collection of local and international art.