Savills | Nevill Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN4 8NW | Properties for sale
523.23 sq m(5,632 sq ft)
Guide price £3,250,000($4,072,221)

Nevill ParkTunbridge Wells, Kent, TN4 8NW

  • Under offer

Key features

  • An impressive period Villa in this sought-after private park setting
  • far-reaching rural views from the principal rooms, yet about a mile by foot to the mainline station, historic Pantiles and the town centre
  • superbly presented with generously proportioned family accommodation arranged over three floors and attractive period features
  • lower ground floor office or bedroom, with private access
  • private garden and off-street parking
  • wide choice of well regarded state and private schools in the vicinity including Kent grammars

A substantial and elegantly proportioned attached period Villa with a commanding position within one of the region's most prestigious private parks.

About this property

  • Nevill Park combines the very best attributes of country-living with the convenience of being situated within the heart of a historic and culturally vibrant town, which is located only 35 miles from central London.

    The private park setting brings seclusion and privacy, whilst the elevated position of the property affords it spectacular southerly views, initially over the parkland and then to beautiful countryside comprising the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the Ashdown Forest.

    The extensive Parkland is a natural habitat for a variety of indiginous wildlife. Tunbridge Wells and Rusthall Commons - 250 acres of wood and heathland - are accessible about 500m to the east, at the end of the estate's private road. The town's famous Pantiles area is about 0.7 miles to the south down Major Yorks Road, and its mainline railway station and High Street are just over a mile away.

    The sandstone and yellow brick main elevations of number 6, together with twin-bay frontages at ground and first floor level, floor levels, afford the property with a timeless grace and confidence.

    The original architect ensured the design of the property made the most of the stunning views to the south. All main reception rooms and bedrooms, a vaulted central hallway at ground level and a Juliet balcony were positioned accordingly, with these areas benefiting from very wide and tall sash windows, or French doors.

    The interior exudes a calmness and serenity. All rooms are generously proportioned, with ceiling heights reaching up to 11' 6'', and featuring extensive period detailing such as window shutters, high skirting, decorative architraves and surrounds, picture rails and intricate ceiling mouldings.

    Natural light flows in abundance throughout the property and circulation space is a signature feature, especially at ground floor level where the vaulted central hallway serves the three formal reception rooms, the kitchen/diner and main entrance.

    The property's current configuration extends to seven bedrooms. A gym at second floor level, however, could be converted easily to bedroom use.

    The lower ground floor enjoys its own separate access and is presently used as a large home office suite but this space would work equally well as an annexe, or as a family room.

    The property is superbly presented.

    6 Nevill Park is not detached. A separate, third-party owned property, 6A Nevill Park, is attached to the northern elevation. 6A Nevill park was built originally as an annexe to 6 Nevill Park, before being separated and sold with the benefit of its own freehold title.

    The driveway forms part of the ownership of 6 Nevill Park; the owners of 6A Nevill park have a right of access over it.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

My favourite view in Tunbridge Wells and quite a house to go with it!

Robert JacobsProperty agent

Local information

  • Royal Tunbridge Wells is a very popular place to live and benefits from good road connections, convenient train commuting to London, many excellent grammar and public schools, and an enviable setting surrounded by the Kent and East Sussex countryside. The town has a variety of cultural, entertainment and shopping attractions, including two theatres and The Pantiles, with its elegant and historic colonnaded walkway full of restaurants, cafes and artisan shops.
  • Nevill Park is a highly sought-after private park lying on the western side of central Tunbridge Wells.
  • Independent Preparatory Schools include Rose Hill, The Mead and Holmewood House
  • Tunbridge Wells Girls Grammar School, Tunbridge Wells Grammar School for Boys and the Skinners School for Boys
  • Iindependent Senior Schools: Tonbridge School, Sevenoaks School, Eastbourne College, Bedes (near Eastbourne), Mayfield, Battle Abbey, and Kent College for Girls (Pembury).
  • Rail travel from Tunbridge Wells is via a direct line to London Charing Cross and London Cannon Street, both via London Bridge. A short drive north to Tonbridge gives access to further services to London Blackfriars, London St Pancras and London Victoria. A new multi-story car park provides secure parking at Tonbridge station.
  • A recent major road improvement scheme has vastly enhanced access for Royal Tunbridge Wells to the M25. The A21 trunk road is now entirely dua sectioned from Junction 5 of the M25 to a few miles south of the town.
  • The M25 brings excellent access to Gatwick, Heathrow, Luton, Southend and Stansted international airports, and to the Eurostar transcontinental rail service at Ebbsfleet International and Ashford International.

Additional information

  • The residents of Nevill Park own their estate's road and parkland through two separate dedicated companies, each structured on a fractional-ownership basis to protect against commercial development.
  • Further protection is afforded from Nevill Park falling within a statutory Conservation Area and being designated as an “Acadian Area”.
  • The property is not listed.
  • Services: Mains gas-fired central heating, mains water, electricity and drainage.
  • Outgoings: Tunbridge Wells Borough Council: 01892 526121.
  • Directions: From Savills office in Tunbridge Wells, head down the High Street to join London Road. At the roundabout take the second exit and at the next roundabout take the second exit onto Major Yorks Road. Proceed up the hill and Nevill Park will be found on the left-hand side, before you reach the roundabout at the top. Enter through the gates to Nevill Park and number 6 will be found on the right-hand side.
  • EPC Rating = D