- Cul-De-Sac Location
- Immaculately Presented Semi-Detached Victorian House
- Sitting Room with Wood Burner
- Shaker-Style Kitchen with Integrated Appliances
- Spacious Bathroom
- Double Glazing
- Gas Central Heating
- Timber Office / Hobbies Room
- Garden with Decked Area
- Off Road Parking for 2 / 3 Cars
The accommodation comprises a sitting room with wood burner, dining room, a well fitted Shaker-style kitchen with integrated appliances, plus a family room with double doors to the garden. Upstairs, there are two bedrooms and an extremely spacious bathroom / WC with twin wash basins, a curved bath and a step-in shower. The property has double glazing, gas central heating and is thoroughly recommended for an early inspection.
By appointment with Bracketts.
Tunbridge Wells attracts many Londoners, ex pats, and up / down sizers for multiple reasons, not least because the proximity to London for commuters, but especially due to the vast array of good schools for all ages. The Grammar schools are a particular pull to the area, with two boys’ grammars and one girls’ grammar. Many of the primary schools are Ofsted outstanding and there is also a good range of independent schooling available. Tunbridge Wells has a plethora of open spaces provided by a multitude of parks, including the best known, Dunorlan Park, with its popular boating lake and elegant vistas. Tunbridge Wells Common provides another excellent town centre vista with some landmark views of the area and its own distinctive benches. To the south of the town centre lies the famous Pantiles with elegant colonnades and often hosting fairs and festivals. For the sporting enthusiasts, there is a host of amenities including the sports centre with its large pool and indoor courts, whilst outdoor courts are available in several of the parks. There are golf, tennis and cricket clubs in the area. The town offers two stations on Network South East, with fast trains from both Tunbridge Wells and High Brooms. Access to the A21 lies just to the east of town providing useful motorway connections.
ROUTE TO VIEW
From our office in the High Street proceed in a northerly direction and turn left into Vale Road, at the slip road turn right onto London Road, continue uphill passing through the Common. At the roundabout take the first exit north onto St John’s Road, having passed St John’s Church on the right take the second turning right into Newcomen Road and first left into Shaftesbury Road where No.7 will be found on the right hand side.
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