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This excellent detached family house was built around 1970 and has spacious well-arranged accommodation over the three floors. There are good sized rooms, some enjoying the views across the town. Points of particular note include:
- The inviting entrance hall has stairs to the first floor, doors to the reception rooms and door to the cloakroom, all creating an excellent first impression of the house.
-The sitting room with window to the front and French door opening directly to the rear terrace has an attractive fireplace with a wood burning stove. Double doors open into the superb conservatory which has views, self-cleaning glass and French doors leading out to a terrace and the garden. Further double doors open from the sitting room into the dining room which has a wide bay window with outlooks over the garden. The good size study could equally be a family room.
-The well fitted and equipped kitchen/breakfast room has a good range of floor and wall mounted units, long granite work surfaces, oven and hob, plumbing space for appliances and a door to outside.
- On the first floor the principal bedroom has outlooks to the front and to the rear, an excellent range of fitted wardrobe cupboards and a well fitted en suite bathroom with a separate shower cubicle.
-There are two further bedrooms, on this floor and two on the second floor, one with outstanding views over the town. All are well served by a family bathroom. There is scope for some updating.
The house is set at the end of Wybourne Rise, which is off Forest Road, and is a highly regarded no-through road in the sought after southern part of Tunbridge Wells. The High Street and the famous Pantiles both with boutiques and restaurants are within about 1 mile. In the town centre there are excellent shopping facilities including major stores and a wide variety of individual shops. There are highly regarded schools in the area for children of all ages including grammar schools and independent schools and there are a wide variety of recreational amenities with the Nevill Golf Club nearby and in the town the two theatres, a sports centre, a cinema complex and numerous restaurants.
Tunbridge Wells station is about 1 mile for trains to Charing Cross, London Bridge and Cannon Street in about 50/55 minutes. For road communications the A21 is to the north of Tunbridge Wells for a direct route to the M25.
To the front the driveway provides parking for several cars and access to the large double garage, a side gate leads to the rear and there are steps leading up to the house. The delightful rear garden is arranged with split levels and is well screened with banks of rhododendrons and further established shrub borders hedging to one side and fencing around the perimeter with a terrace adjoining the house. In all is just under ¼ acre.
Principal Bedroom with En Suite Bathroom
4 Further Bedrooms
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