The quaint and quiet village of Flushing sits opposite the busy port of Falmouth on the south coast of Cornwall. It was settled by a Dutch community in the 17th century who came from Vlissingen in Holland, also known as Flushing.
The impressive Queen Anne style houses are large and elegant for such a small place down a dead end road but they were built for ships’ captains who favoured the peace of Flushing to bustling and at that time smelly, town of Falmouth a short boat ride across the Penryn River.
July 9th, 2019
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