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Offered with no onward chain this is an impressive detached family house built to a traditional design around 1945 with a spacious, light and airy interior which has been extended and updated in recent years. There was planning consent for a further extension which has now lapsed. Throughout there are points of particular note some of which include the following:- The spacious entrance hall has stairs rising to the first floor, doors to the receptions rooms and a door to the cloakroom. The elegant well proportioned sitting room has outlooks to the front and rear, an attractive open fireplace with a Stovax dual fuel wood burning stove and French doors opening to the south facing terrace. The study has outlooks over the garden and an adjacent family room with French doors in a bay opening onto the terrace and garden. The well fitted and equipped bespoke Rencraft kitchen has an extensive range of solid wood cupboards and drawers with long worktops and cupboards above and a good range of integrated appliances. This room opens into a delightful dining room with a vaulted ceiling, tiled flooring and double aspect outlooks with French doors opening to the terrace. The utility room has doors to a 2nd cloakroom and to the outside. To the first floor the long landing has doors to all of the bedrooms. The majority of the bedrooms have deep fitted wardrobe cupboards and outlooks over the garden and beyond and are served by a well fitted family bathroom and a separate shower room.
The property located in Kingswood Road is within very easy reach of the town centre which is just over half a mile away and is also close to the beautiful Dunorlan Park with its parkland grounds and boating lake. In the town centre there are comprehensive shopping facilities particularly at the Royal Victoria Place shopping mall and Calverley Precinct where there are many major national stores and a wide variety of individual shops. In the lower part of the town are the main line station, the High Street and the famous Pantiles where there are many boutiques, restaurants and tea rooms. There are excellent schooling facilities in the town including grammar, independent, private and state schools for children of all ages. Recreational amenities include a cinema complex, two theatres, two golf courses, a sports and leisure centre, fitness gyms etc. Tunbridge Wells mainline station is about 3/4s miles away for Charing Cross, London Bridge and Cannon Street about 50/55 minutes.
The house is centrally set in its attractive gardens and is approached at the front by a wide drive flanked by shrub borders and lawn. The drive continues through double gates to the rear wide paved area and timber garden store. There is ample space for a substantial garage subject to the necessary consents. The rear south facing garden is also mainly lawn with a paved terrace and pergola by the house. On the outer boundaries there are mature trees and hedges and it is well fenced. In all about 0.27 acres.
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