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This excellent detached family house dates back to around 1947 and has only had two owners since built. The house has been extended in recent years, and is situated along a very popular and highly convenient road less than a mile from Tunbridge Wells station. The accommodation is arranged over two floors and points of note include: An inviting entrance hall with parquet flooring, staircase to fist floor, storage cupboard, cloakroom and door to the utility room which has a further door to outside. The elegant sitting room has a brick surround open fireplace, windows to the front and rear and a French door to the side. The dining room has parquet flooring and fitted shelves. The well fitted kitchen with a good range of floor and wall mounted units has a large archway opening into a spacious breakfast room with terracotta tiled flooring continued from the kitchen. Adjacent is a snug/family room with outlooks to the front and side and fitted cupboards. On the first floor the principal bedroom has an en suite shower room and a good range of fitted wardrobes and drawers. The three remaining bedrooms, are well served by the family bathroom which has a separate WC.
Warwick Park is a very highly regarded road in the popular southern part of Tunbridge Wells close to the famous Pantiles, the High Street and the mainline station. There is also a Sainsbury's superstore nearby and in the town centre there is a comprehensive range of shopping facilities. There are renowned schools including grammar schools and independent schools etc. for children of all ages. Recreational amenities include a sports and leisure centre, cinema complex, theatres, two golf courses and numerous restaurants. Tunbridge Wells Tennis Club and the Nevill Cricket Club are both within a short walk of the house.
To the front of the house, a gravel driveway provides parking for several vehicles and access to the garden at either side. There is an area of lawn and mature flowering shrubs and hedging provide seclusion from the road. To the rear, a patio adjoins the house providing a lovely spot in which to entertain. The majority of the garden is laid to lawn with a wide brick paved pathway to the side. There is a profusion of mature plants, flowering shrubs and trees and two garden sheds.
Train services Tunbridge Wells station for trains to Charing Cross, London Bridge and Cannon 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.
Principal Bedroom with En Suite Shower Room
Three Further Bedrooms
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