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Situated in an excellent location, this detached family house was built in 1963 and has been in the same family for over 50 years. With spacious and versatile accommodation along with tremendous scope for updating and refurbishment, points of particular note include:
- A spacious entrance hall with cloakroom and double doors opening into a well proportioned drawing room with a shelved display recess to one side and large sliding doors opening to the garden.
- A dining room and a study with large picture windows overlooking the garden and enjoying the view and a further reception room which is currently used as a 5th bedroom with wash basin and cupboards and has an adjacent utility room.
- A fitted kitchen with a range of painted cupboards and large larder cupboard, integrated appliances and space for fridge/freezer and dishwasher.
- Four first floor bedrooms which all enjoy the far reaching southerly views, have fitted cupboards and are well served by a family bathroom and separate WC.
Whybourne Crest is a highly regarded no-through road in the sought after southern part of Tunbridge Wells. The mainline station, the High Street and the famous Pantiles are all within about 1 mile and in the town centre there are excellent shopping facilities including major stores and individual boutiques. There are highly regarded schools in the area for boys and girls of all ages and there are a wide variety of recreational amenities including Hawkenbury recreational grounds which, via a twitten, is just a short distance from the house and has tennis courts, an all-weather pitch and a children’s play park.
Train Services: Tunbridge Wells station for trains to Charing Cross, London Bridge and Cannon Street about 50 minutes.
Approached by a driveway which provides parking for several cars and access to a garage, there is an area of lawn to the front of the house and a side gate leads to the rear. The rear garden is near level and extends to just over 100ft and is mostly laid to lawn with established shrub borders and hedging to one side and fencing around the perimeter with a terrace adjoining the house.
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