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This property is a spacious detached house with period features including picture rails, high ceilings and skirting. Originally built in the 1930's and in the same ownership for over 30 years, the house has accommodation arranged over two excellent floors and has clear potential to update/modernise. Offered with no onward chain, points of particular note include: A spacious reception hall with cloakroom and storage. Triple aspect dining room with bay window and two further windows either side at the front and a feature fireplace with marble surround. A delightful triple aspect drawing room with gas fire, marble surround and door to the garden. There is a separate kitchen and breakfast room with the kitchen fitted and equipped with a range of cupboards, drawers, work surfaces and space for freestanding appliances and a door to the side of the house. The breakfast room has a door opening directly to the garden. To the first floor all four bedrooms are well proportioned with two at the front and two to the rear, and all are very well served by a family bathroom with a separate shower cubicle and WC.
Culverden Park is a highly regarded and sought after road within easy reach of the town centre, (about 0.7 miles) where there are excellent shopping facilities including many major national stores and a wide variety of individual shops. A little further on are the High Street and famous Pantiles where, as well as many further shops, there are numerous restaurants. The house is very convenient for the renowned schools in the town which include grammar and independent schools, primary and preparatory schools. Recreational amenities in the town include a cinema complex, theatres, sports and leisure centre, tennis and squash clubs and two golf courses etc.
To the front of the house a driveway provides parking and access to the garage. To the rear, a terrace adjoins the house and provides an ideal spot in which to entertain. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with a selection of mature plants, shrubs and trees, including an impressive Magnolia and Acer, and a shed.
Train Services : Tunbridge Wells main line station for trains to London, (Charing Cross, London Bridge and Canon Street) about 50/55 minutes.
Road Communications: The A21 is to the north of Tunbridge Wells for a direct route to the M25 national motorway network
Family Bathroom with Shower
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