Norfolk Road, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN1 1TD | Property for sale | Savills
110.09 sq m(1,185 sq ft)
Guide price £800,000

Norfolk RoadTunbridge Wells, Kent, TN1 1TD

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Situated within approximately 0.3 miles of Tunbridge Wells mainline railway station
  • Located within approximately 0.3 miles of the High Street and Pantiles
  • Ideally located for Claremont Primary School reached within approximately 0.2 miles
  • Renovated and stylishly presented throughout to cater to modern family living
  • Landscaped courtyard town garden offering low maintenance and ease of living
  • Stylish and well appointed family bathroom and a separate convenient WC

A stylishly presented and characterful family home in the sought-after 'Village' area of Tunbridge Wells, ideally placed for schools, the High Street, Pantiles and station

About this property

  • Immaculately presented throughout, this charming and characterful family home has been lovingly updated by our clients to provide stylish and family friendly accommodation that can be arranged to suit.

    Arranged over three floors, the accommodation enjoys delightful period features throughout, typical of a property of this era, including high ceilings, decorative coving, sash style windows and detailed fireplaces, all adding to the charm of this home.

    Benefiting from free-flowing accommodation, the ground floor comprises an attractive dining room with a large bay window and fireplace, and is open plan to the dining room, which also benefits from a decorative fireplace. Fitted with shaker style cabinetry topped with quartz worktops, the kitchen provides an abundance of storage and preparation space, together with a range of integrated appliances, including a Zanussi combination microwave oven, self-cleaning oven, an induction hob with extractor above, fridge freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, separate dryer and a fohen boiling water tap. Our clients have strategically designed the worktop to overhang on one end, creating a convenient breakfast bar.

    The principal bedroom is found on the first floor, with fitted floor-to-ceiling cabinetry, a decorative fireplace, and a large window enjoying an outlook to the front. There is a further bedroom on this floor, also benefitting from a decorative fireplace, together with the well-appointed family bathroom with underfloor heating, twin sink basins, and discreet storage strategically hidden behind mirrors. Our clients have installed an additional WC fitted with a sink basin. The final bedroom is situated on the top floor, enjoying fitted wardrobes and access to the eaves storage.

    Outside, the rear courtyard-style garden has been landscaped to provide a low-maintenance town garden for ease of living, whilst providing a charming area to entertain friends and family. There is a gate at the end of the garden giving access to the twitten leading back to Norfolk Road.

    Norfolk Road is parking Zone A, residents may apply for up to two parking permits via Tunbridge Wells Borough Council.

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I love this superb central position - ideal for the commuter and of course Claremont school!

Mike ChurchillProperty agent

Local information

  • Found in the very heart of the sought-after and attractive "Village area" of Tunbridge Wells, Norfolk Road is within close proximity to the High Street, mainline station, the Pantiles and the Royal Victoria Place shopping centre.
  • The historic spa town of Royal Tunbridge Wells exists thanks to the discovery of the natural Chalybeate Spring in 1606 by well-travelled English nobleman Dudley Lord North, and is conveniently located approximately 30 miles south of London, surrounded by countryside and offering a popular base for City commuters. The town offers excellent cultural, leisure and shopping attractions including cafés, restaurants and two theatres locally at The Assembly Halls and Trinity Theatre, together with the newly rejuvenated civic centre, The Amelia Scott.
  • The High Street, which is within approximately 0.3 miles, offers many restaurants including The Ivy and The Warren, and so many choices for delicious cakes, fresh bread and coffee; including Juliet's, Fine Grind, Gails and the Italian delicatessen Arte Bianca. Fresh fish and seafood is available at Sankey's fishmongers, with numerous shops and independent boutiques offering so much more. The High Street is linked by the delightful Chapel Place walkway to the historic Pantiles, known for its charming Georgian colonnade and summer Jazz festivals, together with regular craft and food markets. Royal Victoria Place shopping centre, originally named after Queen Victoria who was a frequent visitor to Tunbridge Wells, is reached within approximately 0.9 miles on foot and offers a mix of High Street brands and independent retailers.
  • Knights Park leisure and entertainment complex is within approximately 3.2 miles, offering a multi-screen cinema complex, bowling alley, and a health/fitness club. There are several parks and open green spaces within Tunbridge Wells, including the town's Common, with its network of criss-cross footpaths leading to local landmark Wellington Rocks and the Higher Common Ground cricket pitch offering a wealth of opportunities for walking and recreation. Hargate Woods are accessible off Broadwater Down, whilst The Nevill Golf Club and Nevill tennis and cricket ground are nearby in Warwick Park. The surrounding countryside is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and boasts several places of historic interest and attractive walks, including the famous Ashdown Forest together with sailing and fishing at Bewl Water near Wadhurst. The award-winning Bedgebury National Pinetum and Forest is also nearby, and is now recognised as the most complete collection of conifers on one site anywhere in the world and offers further woodland walks, cycling, riding, and outdoor music concerts.
  • Private and State Schools: There are many highly-regarded schools in the vicinity, including Claremont Primary School, boys' and girls' Grammars at the senior level, including Skinners, TWGGS, TWGSB. The Skinners' Kent Academy in Sandown Park and Beechwood Sacred Heart School are also of note. Preparatory schools in Tunbridge Wells include Rose Hill and The Mead, with Holmewood House slightly further afield in Langton Green.
  • Mainline rail and commuter coach: Tunbridge Wells station (approximately 0.3 miles) has regular services to London Charing Cross (via London Bridge and Waterloo East) from 54 minutes and Cannon Street from 51 minutes. The Centaur Commuter Coach service also stops at Tunbridge Wells Station, together with other various stops located around Tunbridge Wells.
  • Communications: The nearby A21 links directly to London and to the M25 (junction 5) and thereby the national motorway network, Gatwick and Heathrow Airports and the Channel Tunnel terminus, together with easy access to the south coast to Hastings and Eastbourne.

Additional information

  • Services: Mains Water, Electricity, Gas and Drainage.
  • Situated in Tunbridge Wells Conservation Area.
  • Outgoings: Tunbridge Wells Borough Council.
  • Directions: TN1 1TD
  • EPC Rating: D
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: E