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Situated in a central and convenient location, a handsome semi-detached Victorian house dating back to around 1896 and providing spacious versatile family accommodation over three generous floors. Currently run as a bed and breakfast and with many notable period features, the house is offered with no onward chain. Points of note include:
- An attractive stained glass front door opens into the hallway with an elegant staircase rising to the first floor giving a fine first impression of the house.
- A well proportioned dining room with tall bay windows and features a fireplace with marble surround.
- A breakfast room with large pantry which leads into the well fitted and equipped kitchen with wall and floor mounted units, long work surfaces and a range of appliances. An adjacent lobby leads to the cloakroom and a door to outside.
- A lovely sitting room with an open fireplace with decorative tiled surround and fitted shelves either side and a door which opens to the Peter Edmondson garden room with lovely outlooks and French doors opening directly to the garden.
- To the first floor there are four bedrooms which are well served by a large family bathroom with all facilities and a shower cubicle; there is also an adjacent and additional WC.
- The top floor has two further bedrooms, a good double with views over the garden and beyond; the other with an en suite bathroom and both have generous eaves storage.
The house is located superbly; not only is it a brief walk to the train station but also has benefit of shops close by including a convenience store (with cash point), a bakery and restaurant within a 350m walk. Across the road is the entrance to the recently lottery funded Grosvenor and Hilbert recreation ground with woodland walks and a children's playground. About 1 mile away, Tunbridge Wells has outstanding shopping facilities in the Royal Victoria Place shopping centre, the historic High Street and within the famous Pantiles. Tunbridge Wells is well known for its educational facilities with schools for boys and girls of all ages including the renowned grammar schools and Public schools including Tonbridge.
To the front there is parking for a number of cars and a shared driveway to the side leads to a garage and a gate opening into the garden. The main garden at the rear includes a paved pathway to the side and a secluded terrace behind the garage. The garden is laid to two lawns linked by a path through the rockery with a fine selection of established plants and shrubs and with a garden shed at the far end.
Train Services: High Brooms station (0.4 miles) or Tunbridge Wells Station (1.1miles) for trains to Charing Cross, London Bridge and Cannon Street, about 50 minutes.
Road Communications: Access to the A21 (2 miles) for a direct route to the M25 national motorway network.
6 Bedrooms (One En Suite)
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