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Built in c.1846, this is a fine example of a large Victorian house and is situated in the highly sought southern side of Tunbridge Wells in close proximity to the famous Pantiles, picturesque High Street and Tunbridge Wells Common. Originally part of the Abergavenny Estate, the property remained in the possession of Lord Abergavenny until c.1950 when it was bought by a trust and converted into accommodation for senior citizens. Now privately owned and having been in the same ownership since 1998, the property is arranged as a substantial family house with a large self contained flat on the second floor with both an internal entrance from the house and a separate external entrance.
Throughout the property the proportions of the rooms are superb and there are many fine features including a magnificent oak staircase rising to the galleried first floor landing, stained leaded glass windows in many of the rooms, tall corniced ceilings and many fireplaces.
6 First Floor Bedrooms (4 En Suite)
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