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to C L I F F R O A D Steeped in seafaring history and renowned for its subtropical gardens, exotic plants, and having the third largest natural deep-water harbour on earth, Falmouth has long been Britain's port to the world. Drawing on the town’s history of discovery and exploration, The Fitzroy is a new collection of 34 one, two and three bedroom apartments offering panoramic views across the bay and towards Pendennis Castle on the headland.

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Designed by award-winning architects Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, The Fitzroy has been conceived as a modern interpretation of the grand hotels – such as The Falmouth Hotel and The Royal Duchy Hotel – on Cliff Road. The development rises to five storeys and has floor-to-ceiling glass windows, giving the building a glazed exterior and letting in plenty of natural light.

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an E N G L I S H P A R A D I S E As one of Britain’s main ports throughout the 19th century, Falmouth amassed a broad collection of exotic plants and tropical species brought back from expeditions overseas. Drawing on this heritage, the grounds at The Fitzroy are made up of sub-tropical gardens populated with a range of exotic plants. These grounds are dotted with a series of nooks and crannies, providing sheltered seating areas among the greenery.

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At The Fitzroy, it’s easy to make the most of life on the Cornish coast. For a chat with neighbours, make your way to the lounge to enjoy a catch-up and a coffee while taking in the impressive coastal views through the floorto-ceiling windows. In the warmer months, pour yourself a gin and tonic from the honesty bar and head out onto the lounge terrace, which leads down to the maritime garden at the front of the building. If you fancy a day sunbathing on the sand, pack a hamper of fresh bread, cheese and jam at the larder, before heading for the nearby path that winds down from Cliff Road to the beach.

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to H E L P At reception, the Host is happy to provide recommendations on everything from nearby beaches and coastal walking trails to local restaurants and art galleries. They’re also on hand to take Guest Suite bookings whenever friends and family wish to stay overnight.

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W H A T 'S

on O F F E R All facilities and many of the services are offered as standard to all homeowners as part of the service charge. There are further services and items available at an additional cost. Specific pricing of these will be finalised prior to taking up residence – expect this to be similar to what one might pay at a hotel or club.


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Receiving Deliveries | Arranging Post | Newspaper Delivery Plant Watering | Visitor Management and Access | Errands Restaurant Reservations | Sunset Drinks | Guest Suite Bookings* Support and Introduction of Local Services Organising Taxis | Service and Car Hire | Grow and Share

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Wellbeing Services Available in Apartments | Accompanied Shopping Pet Care | Accompanied Holidays and Travel | Ironing Social Diary Management | Correspondence Management Housekeeping and Cleaning | IT Support | Laundry | Dry Cleaning

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Wake-Up and Turndown Support | Medication Administration Post-Hospital and Convalescent Support | Round-the-Clock Care

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Over the past four centuries, Falmouth has played an important role in Britain’s seafaring history. Between 1689 and 1851, the Falmouth Packet Service carried mail to and from Britain’s growing empire. This helped establish Falmouth as one of the most secure ports on the southwest coast. As a result, it was often the choice port for returning Royal Navy ships. The port was continually entrusted with the competent handling of information and goods sent from overseas. Falmouth received first word of Britain’s victory and Admiral Nelson’s death at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. From there, the news was passed on to London. by stagecoach.

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Between 1831 and 1836, Charles Darwin, while living aboard the HMS Beagle, sent specimens back to the UK via Falmouth for examination. On the 2nd October 1836, at the end of Darwin’s revolutionary expedition, the Beagle docked in Falmouth. Upon stepping ashore, Darwin reportedly stated: “

We made the shore, of England, and at Falmouth I left the Beagle, having lived on board the good little vessel nearly five years. ” The ship remained docked at Falmouth for a few days while its captain, Robert FitzRoy, visited the Fox family at the nearby Penjerrick Garden. Darwin, no doubt eager to return home after five years away, spent the day in Falmouth before leaving for Shrewsbury the same evening. In 2009, researchers from the Falmouth Art Gallery set out to identify the exact spot from which Darwin left Falmouth to board the Royal Mail coach that would take him home to Shrewsbury. Today, a commemorative granite plaque marks that very spot.


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Falmouth’s central role in Britain’s network of overseas exchanges in the 17th and 18th centuries encouraged local interest in the exotic goods that were constantly being channelled through the town’s port.

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In the early 1800s, men such as Sir Charles Lemon, George Croker Fox and Robert Were Fox had the wealth and social rank to make connections with sailors and traders passing through Falmouth. The Fox family in particular established links with captains of Packet ships, who would return from their trips with exotic plants and previously unknown species for the Fox family’s gardens. The Foxes received palm trees and ferns, magnolias and camellias, rhododendron seeds from the Himalayan expeditions of Sir Joseph Hooker, and a brain coral – which can have a lifespan of several hundreds of years – from Captain FitzRoy upon his return from Darwin’s voyage on the HMS Beagle in 1836. The brain coral, along with azaleas, bamboos and a number of hybrid rhododendrons, resides at Penjerrick Garden to this day. Falmouth was one of the first parts of the country to popularise the sub-tropical garden, and this legacy can still be seen in full bloom at the gardens at Fox Rosehill and nearby Trebah and Glendurgan.


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Falmouth has inspired numerous artists over the centuries. At the start of the 1800s, JMW Turner captured the drama, beauty and unique light of Cornwall’s south coast in a series of distinctive paintings that included depictions of Falmouth Harbour and Pendennis Castle.

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Just over a century on, Falmouth welcomed some of the most prevalent figures in the Surrealist art movement. Holidaying at a manor house at Lambe Creek on the banks of the River Fal, Man Ray, Lee Miller, Max Ernst and Paul Eluard supposedly indulged in a week of debauchery while penning ideas on art, literature and culture that would

become some of the most influential theories of the 20th century. Falmouth’s reputation as an artistic hub continues today, with the Falmouth School of Art attracting students from across the world and the Falmouth Art Gallery exhibiting a diverse and progressive collection of local and international art.

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Travelling

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The Maritime Line is one of Britain's great scenic rail journeys.

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Situated on the ground floor, this light, welcoming space is where you’ ll find the Host. With an extensive knowledge of all that’s going on at The Fitzroy and around Falmouth, they’re your first port of call for any queries.

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The open-plan lounge is the place to meet neighbours for a chat, enjoy an evening glass of wine from the honesty bar or simply take in the coastal views through the floor-to-ceiling windows. Patio doors open up onto the outdoor terrace, which adjoins the maritime garden at the front of the development.


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L A R D E R — The ground-floor larder stocks a range of artisanal and locally sourced produce. You can catch up with neighbours over a quick snack while picking up some fresh ingredients to enjoy in your apartment.


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G U E S T S U I T E — Whenever friends and family wish to stay overnight, book them into the spacious Guest Suite. It’s complete with an ensuite, a tea and coffee station, and a TV. Speak to the Host to make a booking.


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— The open-plan living rooms are spacious and flooded with natural light. Sliding glass doors open onto the balcony and offer views out across the sea.


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K I T C H E N — The large kitchens are fitted with overhead storage, timber-effect worktops and integrated appliances.


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B E D R O O M — All bedrooms can fit a double bed and have plenty of storage space for clothes and belongings.


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B AT H R O O M — The part-tiled bathrooms have mirror-fronted cabinets and a spacious walk-in shower.


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B A L C O N Y — The large balconies are sheltered from the elements and offer sea views, facing out either towards the bay or to Pendennis Castle.


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Typical

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Kitchen

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Kitchen

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12'2" x 8'2"

13'5" x 9'6"

7'7" x 6'11"

13'5" x 9'2"

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Bathroom

Balcony

Cupboard

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Specifications

FIXTURES & FIT TINGS

B U I L D I N G S P E C I F I C AT I O N

Ceilings

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Building Specification

The ceilings are constructed from plasterboard and painted white.

There are 21 parking spaces in the gated rear car park.

Main structure

Internal doors

Lifts

The development has a crosslaminated timber structure mounted from a concrete base.

The doors have a contemporary finish.

Lifts serve all floors.

Floors The floors are solid timber with a screed topping. Flooring The apartments have engineered wood flooring in the living areas, with fitted carpet in the bedrooms and tiled bathrooms and kitchens.

Leisure facilities Decoration The internal walls are painted with washable emulsion.

A generous entrance hall leads into the residents lounge and social kitchen space, which opens out onto a communal terrace overlooking the coast.

Wardrobes Custom-designed, fully integrated wardrobes are fitted in the master bedrooms.

In-apartment storage Each apartment has built-in, full-height storage.

Heating & hot water KITCHENS

Stairs

All apartments have underfloor heating and receive hot water from the development´s central plant-room. Each apartment has its own timecontrol and metering equipment.

Stairs are carpeted and have a metal balustrade.

Electrics

Hob

Kitchens, halls, bathrooms and ensuites are fitted with energy-efficient lighting. Switch plates and sockets are fitted in accordance with IEE regulations. Living rooms include plug-in points for broadband internet access. Smoke and heat detectors are fitted as standard.

The ceramic four-ring-burner hobs have rotary controls.

Roof The roof is natural slate.

External doors The external doors are lined with timber. Windows The windows have composite timber and metal frames. Walls The walls are constructed from plasterboard and painted white. Balconies The balconies have composite decking with metal balustrades.

Oven The stainless-steel ovens are single-fan operated.

Integrated dishwasher The stainless-steel dishwasher is fully integrated. Integrated fridge-freezer

Management & security Management is provided 24 hours a day as part of the service charge, with alarms in the ground-floor apartments. The infrastructure is designed for 24-hour telecare.

The full-height 70/30 fridgefreezers are fully integrated. Kitchen sink mixer tap The single-side lever taps are finished in polished chrome.


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The extractors have silver-grey canopy hoods.

Basin taps

The toilet is made from white porcelain.

Kitchen sink

The deck-mounted taps are finished in polished chrome.

Cistern & lever flush

The kitchen sinks are stainless steel.

Shower head

The cisterns are concealed, with a chrome flush plate.

Washing machine

The wall-mounted raineffect showerhead is finished in polished chrome.

Vanity washbasin

The washing machines are white and free-standing. Tumble dryer The tumble dryers are white and free-standing. Kitchen units Custom designed from modular cabinets, the fully fitted kitchens have lacquered cabinetry and contemporary handles. Worktop The worktops are finished in timber effect. Worktop lighting Concealed led lighting is fitted underneath the overhead cabinets. Microwave The integrated microwaves are finished in stainless steel. Splashback Kitchen worktops have a contemporary tiled splashback.

Bath taps The polished-chrome bath taps are thermostatically controlled. Wall-mounted shower set Shower sets include a polishedchrome contemporary wall fitting with a hose and hand attachment. Shower control The showers are controlled by a polished-chrome thermostatic three-way diverter. Shower screen The shower screen is a frameless, toughened-glass panel. Heated towel rail The heated ladder-style towel rail is finished in polished chrome. Toilet roll holder The toilet roll holder is wallmounted and chrome-plated.

The white washbasins are semi-recessed. Bath The pressed-steel, white rectangular bathtubs have an anti-slip finish. Bath panel Bath panels are fully tiled. Shower tray The white shower trays are low level with an anti-slip finish. Bathroom cabinet The wall-mounted, mirror-fronted cabinets have built-in lighting and an integrated shaver socket. Tiling & finish Floors and vanity areas are fully tiled. Grab rail The shower handle is finished in polished chrome.


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Introducing PegasusLife PegasusLife is a business on a mission to fundamentally rethink and reinvent the places and ways in which we live as we get older. The company is currently in the process of developing 30 sites across the UK.

Howard Phillips, Chief Executive Officer Our central idea is that everyone shares an aspiration to live independently within an intelligently designed, socially inclusive environment, supported by an intuitive service offer and an efficient and ethical approach to property management. Working in collaboration with the country’s leading designers, academics, creative thinkers and producers, we ensure that the highest level of detail and quality is brought to all aspects of our developments.

Mark Shirburne Davies, Chief Operations Officer We strive to meet the needs and expectations of the people who live in our developments now and those who may choose to in the future. Working with partners who share our goal, we look to create places to which people can aspire. From purchasing land through to the planning and construction phase and beyond, we ensure each development is unique, valuable and of the utmost quality. Our role continues when our developments are up and running. We work in tandem with the next set of delivery partners − our hosts and concierges − to make sure the PegasusLife difference is there for everyone to see, every day.


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John Nordon, Design Director In the design team, our work is about creating imaginative places that foster natural interactions between neighbours. Our approach doesn’t follow a ‘cookie cutter’ style. No two PegasusLife developments are the same. Each one carefully conceptualises the history, architectural character, culture and personality of its location and, most critically, embodies the spirit of the people we believe will want to live in it. We make use of the highest-quality materials and craftsmanship – not just to create beautiful places for people to live, but to protect the future of our customers’ homes and investments. We take the architectural legacy of cities and towns seriously, and we prioritise developing sustainable buildings that are sympathetic to their surroundings.

Lorena Brown, Sales Director Our approach to selling is based very much on our core value of transparency. Many of our customers are moving from more traditional freehold family homes and won’t have lived in modern apartments set within communal developments before. There are significant advantages to this way of living; however, it is different. We see it as our responsibility to make sure not only that we’ve communicated what it’s about but also that our audience has understood it. One of the major hallmarks of our approach is the way we’ve considered property management – which we run on behalf of our residents on a not-for-profit basis. Furthermore, when customers purchase a property with PegasusLife, they become shareholders of the development’s management company, guaranteeing them voting rights and a say in how their development is managed.

Clare Bacchus, Customer Experience & Marketing Director Our starting point in everything we do is the people who choose to live in our developments. What will they want to do here? What type and style of service is appropriate? What kind of living environment do we need to create to generate the right atmosphere and give people the experience they’re looking for? This philosophy goes right down to the level of detail of considering which plants to include in the gardens and which furnishings to use in the development. It extends through to the type of attitude we look for in the team we recruit to deliver a personal, informal and efficient approach to service.

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A unique approach to property management When we talk about maintenance, we mean much more than a lick of paint or changing a light bulb (although we will, of course, take care of that too). The exotic plants, areas of Cornish walling and various seating areas that make up the gardens at The Fitzroy come with a set of individual requirements for maintenance, which we’ll make sure are met. This specific care ensures that your investment is secure and you can enjoy living in an environment that improves rather than deteriorates with age. From maintaining the sub-tropical gardens to cleaning the floor-to-ceiling glass windows, our approach is tailor-made and detail-oriented. The management company for The Fitzroy is run on a strict not-for-profit basis. This ensures that work is carried out solely for the purposes of caring for the buildings and maintaining the quality of the offer and experience of living here for the residents.


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On purchasing a property at The Fitzroy, homeowners, together with PegasusLife, automatically become shareholders of the management company, giving you voting rights and a say in how the company is managed and run. When it comes to the operation of the management company, we believe passionately that true transparency is fundamental to maintaining residents’ peace of mind and the management company’s integrity. For this reason, we’ve invested in creating our own digital tool for property management – an online members-only system, which is designed to provide you with a detailed understanding of how your money is spent on servicing The Fitzroy and to enable you to keep track of expenditure on, and investment in, the buildings over time.


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Other developments by PegasusLife Wildernesse House Sevenoaks

We’re rejuvenating this historic country estate so it can be cherished for years to come. This involves a respectful restoration of the main house and several sensitively designed new buildings within the landscape. Architects Duggan Morris Architects and Purcell Architects

Chapter House Lichfield

Built on the site of the old Friary, Chapter House blends with the rich architectural history of Lichfield, while incorporating modern conveniences and aspirational gardens.

Architects Proctor and Matthews Architects

One Bayshill Rd Cheltenham

These two Grade II listed villas are linked by a new modern building in the heart of this Regency town.

Architects Glenn Howells Architects


FA L M O U T H

95

Chapelwood

The Landing

Hampstead Green Place

This development of two striking red-brick pavilions is inspired by the Victorian mansion vernacular of Wilmslow and the surrounding area.

On the prestigious coastline between Sandbanks and Poole, The Landing is a development that has been designed with thoughtful consideration of its environment.

This new development is a landmark between the Royal Free Hospital and Haverstock Hill. It offers a contemporary response to the inspirational architecture of Hampstead.

Architects Glenn Howells Architects

Architects Snug Architects

Architects Duggan Morris Architects

Steepleton

79 Fitzjohn’s Avenue

Woodlands

Drawing inspiration from the Cotswold farmstead, Steepleton has a structured layout that brings the garden village aesthetic to life.

Based on the mansion vernacular of this prestigious road, the two red-brick buildings are a short walk from Hampstead Village.

Innovatively designed to blend organically with its landscape, this development draws inspiration from the pines, sand and sea of Canford Cliffs.

Architects Proctor and Matthews Architects

Architects Sergison Bates Architects

Architects Snug Architects

Wilmslow

Tetbury

Sandbanks

Hampstead

Hampstead

Canford Cliffs


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