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Built circa 1908, this distinctive detached family house has many delightful period features including feature fireplaces, dado and picture rails together with deep skirting boards and attractive bay and arched windows. Further points of particular note include: The sitting room with its bay window to the front and an open fireplace with Jetmaster, carved surround and mantle. Elegant dining room with fitted shelves and cupboards either side of a decorative fireplace and door in a square bay to the garden, double doors lead to the garden room with glazed double doors to the garden. The well fitted and equipped kitchen has a range of floor units with granite work surfaces, and a dresser style unit with solid wood work top, a Rangemaster double oven with five ring gas hob, and steps lead down to a pantry and door to garden. Adjacent is a utility/cloakroom. On the first floor the dual aspect principal bedroom has fitted cupboards and outlooks to the rear garden. Two of the three remaining bedrooms have fitted cupboards and there is a well fitted family bathroom.
The house is situated along East Cliff Road, a popular residential road about a mile from the town centre and Royal Victoria Place shopping precinct where there are major national stores and a wide variety of individual shops. The gates of Tunbridge Wells Girls Grammar School are about 350 yards away and both the Skinners' school and the boys Grammar School are less than half a mile distant. Recreational amenities in the town include a sports and leisure centre, multi screen cinema complex, theatres, two golf courses and numerous restaurants etc. Tunbridge Wells main line station is just under 1.5 miles away and access to the A21 is just over 2.8 miles away, for a direct route to the M25 national motorway network.
To the front of the house a brick edged driveway provides parking and access to the garage. To the rear there is a long paved terrace and path flanked by flower borders . The well stocked L- shaped garden is mainly laid to lawn with a selection of mature plants, shrubs and trees on the outer boundaries, along with an original brick garden store.
Tunbridge Wells or High Brooms station for trains to London (Charing Cross, London Bridge and Canon Street) about 50/55 minutes. Or
Tonbridge mainline station has a fast, frequent service to London Bridge/Charing Cross in about 45 minutes
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