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Situated in a highly regarded and sought after area within close proximity to a number of schools and less than 1 mile to the town centre, an attractive attached 'Arts and Crafts' house with many period features and planning permission to extend.
Originally built in around 1870 the property offers both spacious and versatile accommodation arranged over three floors. Offered with no onward chain, points of particular note include:
- A superb spacious reception hall with polished wood floor, feature fireplace, cloakroom and staircase to the first floor.
- An elegant drawing/dining room to the rear of the house with wood flooring, fireplace and feature bay window with French doors opening directly to the garden.
- The kitchen has a pretty window to the front, wood flooring and a range of cupboards and drawers and leads into a lean-to utility room which in turn leads to a family room - both of which provide potential for further updating and renovating.
- To the first floor there are three bedrooms and a well fitted family bathroom with roll top bath with claw feet and a large walk-in shower. The top floor has the remaining two bedrooms with eaves storage and a cloakroom.
The house stands back from Culverden Down less than a mile from the centre of Tunbridge Wells with all it has to offer and just a little further from the train station which provides a regular service to London. The house is very well placed for access to excellent educational facilities including Bennett Memorial School (100m), Rose Hill School (0.4 miles), The Skinners School for boys (0.3 miles), Tunbridge Wells Girls Grammar School (0.3 miles) and Tunbridge Wells Grammar School for Boys (0.9 miles).
Train Services: Tunbridge Wells main line station for trains to Charing Cross, London Bridge and Cannon Street about 50-55 minutes.
A shared gated drive leads to a gravel driveway in front of the house which provides parking and turning for a number of vehicles. To the rear, the gardens have been very well landscaped and are mainly laid to lawn with shrub and laurel hedge borders and an excellent sandstone terrace provides a superb entertaining area. In addition, there are two sheds to the bottom of the garden (previously a garage) providing excellent storage.
Lean-to Utility Room
Second Floor Cloakroom
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