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This property's price has dropped from £625,000 to Offers in excess of £595,000.
Situated along a popular road in a very convenient central location just off the town centre, this Victorian town house arranged over three floors has many period features including feature fireplaces, high skirting boards and corniced ceilings. Offered in good order throughout, points of particular note include the following:
- The elegant sitting room has a large bay window to the front and an attractive feature gas coal effect fire with granite hearth and fitted shelves and cupboards to the side.
- The dining room has a French door opening to the garden and a decorative gas coal effect fire with carved wood mantle. This room opens into the well fitted kitchen with a range of wood units, work tops, integrated appliances, a larder cupboard and door to the garden.
- On the first floor the delightful principal bedroom at the front has a wide bay window, fitted wardrobes and feature fireplace with shelves and cupboards either side. The guest bedroom at the rear also has fitted wardrobes and views. The well fitted family bathroom has a panelled bath and a separate shower etc and a cupboard with the gas boiler and space for tumble dryer.
-On the second floor is the third bedroom with eaves storage and fitted wardrobes and adjacent is a shower room.
York Road, a one way street, is made up of attractive, mainly Victorian period houses, located in this Conservation Area. It is within close proximity of Tunbridge Wells Common (about 250 metres) and the town centre for all its amenities. The house is in a very convenient location, 0.3 miles from the train station providing a fast commuter service to London Charing Cross, London Bridge and Canon Street. A little further on are the restaurants, pubs, cafes and boutiques on the High Street and Pantiles, as well as the growing independent restaurant, cafe and bar scene on and around Camden Road.
A brick paved parking area leads to the front door which provides off road parking for one or two cars. The attractive, south-facing rear courtyard garden is part walled on one side with a brick pathway to the side.
Train Services: Tunbridge Wells mainline station for trains to Charing Cross, London Bridge and Cannon Street in about 50/55 minutes.
Road Connections- The A21 is to the north of Tunbridge Wells for a direct route to the M25 /M20 national motorway network.
Gas Fired Central Heating
Off Street Parking
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