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This is a fine 1920's detached family house in a prime location less than a mile from the famous Pantiles and enjoying views across the town. The house has a spacious interior with original features such as oak panelling, matching doors and polished oak flooring, etc. Further points of particular note include:
A delightful entrance/garden room which opens to the panelled reception hall creating an excellent first impression of this character house. The elegant well proportioned drawing room has outlooks on three sides with a wide bay window, a door to the garden and an open fireplace with Minster stone surround. The dining room is a good size room with arched glass fronted display cabinets to one end. The large kitchen/breakfast room is well fitted with an extensive range of cupboards and drawers under long granite work surfaces with a matching island unit, delightful original large dresser, walk in larder, butlers sink, hob and ovens etc. On the first floor there are five bedrooms all enjoying attractive outlooks plus a study. There is a large attic area with potential for further accommodation subject to planning approval. There is an integral garage which subject to the necessary consents could provide a further reception room if required. There is also a detached garage.
Forest Road is a highly regarded location on the southern edge of Tunbridge Wells. The mainline station, the High Street and the famous Pantiles, are all within about 1 mile. In the town centre there are excellent shopping facilities, particularly at the Royal Victoria Place shopping precinct where there are many major national stores. There are highly regarded schools in the town including grammar schools and a wide variety of recreational amenities.
Train Services: Tunbridge Wells station for trains to Charing Cross, London Bridge and Cannon Street about 50 minutes | Road Communications: The A21 is to the north of Tunbridge Wells for a direct route to the M25.
The gardens provide an attractive setting for the house with an excellent paved terrace on 2 sides facing south and west. This leads to a wide and long expanse of lawn interspersed by shrubs and flower beds with shrub borders . At the rear there is further lawn and all is well screened by mature trees and evergreens.
A shower in the attic requires building regulation approval.
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