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Guide Price 695,000 - 750,000. A charming four bedroom Victorian villa which has been restored and refurbished to an exceptionally high standard whilst retaining a wealth of character, wood burning stove and original cornicing.
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The accommodation comprises a covered entrance porch leading into the entrance hall with stairs to the first floor landing. To the front is the sitting room with large bay window, plantation shutters, marble fireplace, wood burning stove and original cornicing. The rear of the property has been opened up and extended to create a large open-plan kitchen with a dining/reception area flowing into the refitted kitchen with quartz worktops and integrated appliances and a breakfast area at the rear with bi-folding doors to the garden, skylight and oak flooring throughout.
The first floor comprises a master bedroom with bay window and beautifully appointed brand-new 'Porcelanosa' shower room, two further bedrooms and a brand new 'Porcelanosa family bathroom. The attic has also been converted to create a light and spacious fourth bedroom.
There is a low maintenance gravelled front garden with a traditional Victorian mosaic pathway leading to the front door and an attractive wrought iron fence with matching gate. A side gate leads to the newly paved rear garden which spans the width of the house and down the side. The fencing has all been replaced by the current owner, and a new raised flower bed has been planted along the rear wall.
The property is situated in a highly sought after area within walking distance of the town centre and mainline station. The Royal spa town of Tunbridge Wells offers a vast range of shopping facilities and the mainline train station provides regular commuter services to London Bridge, Charing Cross and Cannon Street. The A21 provides access to the M25 and national motorway network with connections to London Heathrow and Gatwick airports, the Channel Tunnel and ferry ports. The area is renowned for its choice of educational facilities within the state and private sector including grammar schools for both boys and girls.
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