The Crossway, Nevill Court, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN4 8NL | Property for sale | Savills
2,906 sq ft(269.98 sq m)
Excess of £3,000,000

The CrosswayNevill Court, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN4 8NL

    Key features

    • One of the town's most desirable residential areas
    • Attractive character home with many original features
    • Impressive bespoke Kitchen/Breakfast room opening to the garden
    • Principal bedroom with balcony and far reaching view toward the Ashdown Forest
    • Four further good-sized bedrooms
    • Established landscaped garden providing a good level of privacy
    • Driveway parking for several cars and integral garage
    • Well placed for choice of well regarded schools
    • Within half-a-mile of The Common, with the mainline station and the Pantiles approximately a mile

    A handsome family home enjoying a wonderful position with views in this sought-after private park on the edge of town.

    About this property

    • An attractive family home located in one of Tunbridge Wells' most desirable residential areas on the western edge of the town, well placed for Holmewood House School in Langton Green. The Common is within half-a-mile, the mainline station and the historic end of the town, including the Pantiles, are approximately a mile.

      Eversley dates back to the 1930s and has been carefully renovated by our client and features much of the original quality craftsmanship. The property is set in an elevated position within an established garden which wraps around to all sides, and enjoys far reaching views to the south.

      The impressive wisteria clad front entrance opens into a welcoming oak panelled hallway with oak flooring and through to two well proportioned principal reception rooms. The dining room is notable for the French polished oak panelling and original built-in Douglas Fir crockery cupboards, complete with a clever hatch and servery draw linking through to the kitchen. The sitting room has a marble fireplace with a coal effect electric fire, and an anteroom opening out to a large covered garden terrace to the side.

      The impressive bespoke modern fitted kitchen/breakfast room opens out to the garden through large glazed doors and has been designed to match the original full height Douglas Fir storage cupboards. It is well equipped with Gaggenau appliances including twin electric ovens, steam oven and combi microwave, with space for an American-style fridge/freezer and a large island unit with a sink, Quooker hot tap and a Bora extractor induction hob. A well fitted utility room adjoins the kitchen, and the rear lobby serves as a practical boot room, with a cloakroom off.

      There are five good-sized bedrooms on the first floor, a contemporary-style family bathroom and a separate shower room. The bedrooms all have a lovely outlook and the principal bedroom has access to a balcony which extends to bedroom 4, and is perfectly placed to enjoy the wonderful view towards the Ashdown Forest.

      The attractive garden has hedging and fencing to the boundaries providing a good level of privacy and flexible space for entertaining with several flagstone terraces. Steps and paths lead up to areas of lawn with several mature trees and shrubs, including a yew, rhododendron, azalea and acer, herbaceous borders and topiary features.

      To the front, Eversley is set well back from the private road with an attractive approach and driveway parking for several cars in front of an integral garage.

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    For me, the approach into Nevill Court is perhaps the most perfect in Tunbridge Wells and the individual detached family houses never fail to impress.

    Robert JacobsProperty agent

    Local information

    • Tunbridge Wells is the only spa town in the south east of England, lying about 30 miles south of London, surrounded by countryside and known for its architecture, cultural, leisure and shopping attractions. This wealth of amenities, together with the highly-regarded state and private schools, make the town a popular base for City commuters and their families.
    • Nevill Court is an impressive private tree lined no-through road located off the prestigious Nevill Park on the west side of town.
    • There are many leisure options in the area including tennis and cricket at the Nevill Grounds, the Nevill Golf Couse, historic buildings and gardens including Penshurst Place, Hever Castle and Scotney Castle, sailing, fishing, walking and cycling at Bewl Water and country pubs in Langton Green and Speldhurst.
    • Comprehensive shopping: Tunbridge Wells offers an extensive range of shops from the specialist boutique shops on the historic Pantiles and the old High Street, to the more modern retail outlets in the Royal Victoria Shopping Centre and out-of- town retail park with a multi screen cinema, bowling alley and eateries.
    • Private and schools: There are many highly regarded schools in the area, including Rose Hill and The Mead preparatories in Tunbridge Wells, and Holmewood House preparatory in Langton Green. At senior level, the Tunbridge Wells Girls' and Boys' Grammar schools and the Skinners School for Boys lie on the northern side of town. Public schools include Tonbridge for Boys, Mayfield School for Girls, Sevenoaks, Bedes (Upper Dicker), Eastbourne and Brighton Colleges.
    • Mainline rail: Tunbridge Wells station (approximately 1.4 miles) has fast and frequent services to London Charing Cross and Cannon Street with journey times from 52 minutes.
    • Communications: The A21 can be accessed from Tunbridge Wells, linking to the M25 and all other motorway networks, Gatwick and Heathrow airports and the coast.

    Additional information

    • Services: Gas-fired central heating, mains water, electricity and drainage.
    • Outgoings: Tunbridge Wells Borough Council, Tax Band H. £100.00 per month for the upkeep of Nevill Court.
    • EPC Rating: F
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: H