Savills | Down House, 22 Broadwater Down, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN2 5NR | Properties to rent
100.99 sq m(1,087 sq ft)
Guide price £1,195($1,497)
MonthlyFees apply

Down House22 Broadwater Down, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN2 5NR

  • Under offer
  • Part furnished

Key features

  • Large reception room with magnificent ceiling height
  • Communal gardens
  • Garage
  • Off street parking for 2 cars
  • Sought after location
  • Council Tax Band = D

A very elegant one bedroom apartment with magnificent ceiling height located in a sought after road in Tunbridge Wells.

About this property

  • A beautifully presented ground floor one bedroom apartment in an impressive Victorian building with direct access to charming communal gardens.

    The apartment boasts exposed original wooden flooring to the reception room as well as incredible ceiling height throughout, spacious kitchen/ breakfast room, good sized bedroom & bathroom.

    Additional benefits include a garage and residents parking for 2 cars.

Elegant one bedroom apartment located on a sought after road.

Mike ChurchillProperty agent

Local information

  • Broadwater Down is a historic and sought-after wide tree-lined residential road within a conservation area on the south side of Tunbridge Wells. The town centre is easily accessible and offers an extensive range of shops, restaurants, bars and two theatres. The historic Pantiles and main line station are just under a mile away and parks and open spaces include the Common and Dunorlan Park. There are many places of historic interest and attractive walks in the area. Recreational facilities include The Nevill Golf Club and Nevill Ground (tennis and cricket), sailing and fishing at Bewl Water and a multi-screen cinema complex, bowling alley and health/fitness club at Knights Park.

Additional information

  • COMPREHENSIVE SHOPPING: Tunbridge Wells with the Royal
  • Victoria Place Shopping Centre and the historic Pantiles and High
  • Street offers a wide selection of shopping facilities from Marks &
  • Spencer and Fenwicks to smaller speciality shops.
  • MAINLINE RAILINE SERVICES: Tunbridge Wells to Charing
  • Cross or Cannon Street - 50/60 minutes.
  • SCHOOLS: Kent provides one of the most sought after education systems in the country and is one of the main reasons for many people choosing to move to Tunbridge Wells. Places for many of the schools are in demand. Kent County Council still maintains the Grammar School system for which an 11 Plus entry exam must be taken. There is a broad mix of State, Public, Nursery and Preparatory schools within the area. Further details can be obtained from Kent County Council on 01622 696565 or via
  • LEISURE FACILITIES: There are many local places of historical
  • interest, countryside walks, golf at the Nevill Golf Club, sailing
  • and fishing at Bayham Abbey and Bewl Water near Lamberhurst.
  • Easy access to public tennis courts in Calverley Grounds, The
  • Nevill LTC and the St John's Sport Centre. Tunbridge
  • Wells also offers a wide range of restaurants, brasseries and
  • wine bars catering for every taste. The South East Coastal resorts are approximately an hours drive away as is the Channel Tunnel.
  • ROAD LINKS: The M25 can be accessed via the A21, linking to
  • other motorway networks and Gatwick and Heathrow Airports.
  • Directions: From our office in Tunbridge Wells turn left onto the High Street then left onto the London Road. At the roundabout turn left onto Frant Road and continue straight up the hill past the Mead School. The third turning on the right is Broadwater Down (just after zebra crossing). Number 22 can be found approx 1/2 mile down Broadwater Down on the right handside.
  • EPC Rating = D