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This is an outstanding attached Victorian townhouse restored and renovated to an exceptional standard by the current owners preserving all of the original style and character. The property has excellent features including a superb kitchen with a range of beautifully crafted bespoke base and wall units, granite work surfaces, butlers sink, food store with marble shelf, gas fired Aga, integrated dishwasher and fridge/freezer etc. This room opens to the breakfast room/dining room with its marble surround fireplace with wood burner, bay window and views. The delightful drawing room also has a marble fireplace and bay window with views and similarly the principal bedroom has a wide bay window with views and a range of fitted cupboards. On the top floor there is an excellent double bedroom with a well fitted en suite bathroom. There is also a lower ground bedroom or office with fitted cupboards. The family bathroom is beautifully fitted and unusual with its curved ceiling and attractively tiled walls. Throughout the house there are further notable features such as the polished wood floors and stairs, fireplaces and original renovated radiators.
The house, which is in a Conservation Area, can be approached either from Cumberland Walk, formerly known as Patty Moon's Walk, or from Eden Road, a private unmade lane, a quiet backwater in the sought after "Village Area" of Tunbridge Wells. It is close to the amenities in the southern part of the town including the boutiques and restaurants in the famous Pantiles, the shops in the High Street, the mainline station and a large Sainsbury's supermarket. Further on in the town centre, there are excellent shopping facilities. Tunbridge Wells is renowned for its schools including Grammar schools for girls and boys and there is a wide range of recreational amenities.
To the front of the house there is parking in the private lane, the garden on the south side comprises an attractive brick paved terrace on two levels with a wall to the side and a gate to Cumberland Walk.
Train Services: Tunbridge Wells mainline station for trains to Charing Cross, London Bridge and Cannon Street in about 50/55 minutes. Road Communications: The A21 is to the north of Tunbridge Wells for a direct route to the M25 national motorway network.
Entrance Hall and Lower Hall
2 Bathrooms (1 En Suite)
Gas Fired Central Heating
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