Beulah Road, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN1 2NS | Property for sale | Savills
101.54 sq m(1,093 sq ft)
Guide price £615,000

Beulah RoadTunbridge Wells, Kent, TN1 2NS

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Found in the popular St James' area of Tunbridge Wells
  • Convenient proximity to the town centre, well placed for the amenities, choice of stations and road links
  • Well placed for highly regarded primary & secondary schools in the area, including Kent grammars
  • Offering a wonderful opportunity for a new family to put their stamp on moving forward
  • South-westerly facing garden providing a charming area to entertain

An attractive three bedroom period home in the sought after St. James' area of Tunbridge Wells

About this property

  • Situated on this popular residential road in central Tunbridge Wells ideally placed for the High Street, railway station and The Pantiles, 55 Beulah Road is a three bedroom semi-detached family home presenting a wonderful opportunity for a new family to put their stamp on moving forward.

    The property was built in approximately 1870 and enjoys a collection of period features throughout, including charming fireplaces, decorative coving, picture rails and ceiling roses.

    The sitting room is of particular note, enjoying both an open fireplace and a charming bay window with an outlook to the front. Fitted with solid wooden base and wall cabinets, the kitchen provides plentiful storage and preparation space, together with an integrated Bosch oven, a separate gas hob, and space for an under-counter fridge.

    Adjoining the kitchen is the sizeable utility room which offers a flexible space that can be arranged to suit, or perhaps reconfigured to create an open-plan kitchen/dining room, subject to all relevant consents and permissions. There is a further reception room benefitting from fitted cabinetry, and offering a flexible space, ideal as a charming dining room or a home office for today's working from home requirements.

    There are three double bedrooms, all of which are found on the first floor, with the principal bedroom being of particular note, benefitting from a decorative fireplace and large bay window overlooking the road. The bedrooms are served by the family bathroom, fitted with a bath with shower above, WC and sink basin.

    To the rear, there is a south-westerly low-maintenance town garden offering a charming space to entertain, without taking precious time to maintain. The garden benefits from raised borders providing an array of colour, together with a storage shed and access to the driveway via a side gate. The driveway provides parking for multiple vehicles, whilst Beulah Road is parking Zone B. Parking permits can be applied for via Tunbridge Wells Borough Council.

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I love the charming, low maintenance garden which offers a wonderful level of privacy in this central location

Mike ChurchillProperty agent

Local information

  • Beulah Road is situated in the popular St James' area, within immediate access of Camden Road with a variety of restaurants, coffee shops, an artisan bakery, Italian deli, beauticians, fishmongers, butcher, green grocers and so much more with an eclectic mix of independent shops. Beulah Road also benefits from good access to St James' primary school being within approximately 0.4 miles.
  • Being the only spa town in the Southeast of England, Tunbridge Wells offers elegant architecture and extensive cultural, entertainment and shopping attractions, including theatres, cafés and restaurants, national retailers and characterful independent shops on the High Street and historic Pantiles, known for its charming Georgian colonnade and summer Jazz festivals, and regular craft and food markets.
  • Excellent cricket and tennis facilities at the Nevill grounds, approximately 2 miles away and the renowned Nevill Golf Club is also located approximately 2.4 miles away. Dunorlan Park, The Common and parks such as The Grove and Calverley Grounds, all lie within approximately 1.1 miles on foot.
  • There are many highly-regarded schools in the vicinity, including St James' Primary School, and the girls' and boys' grammars, Bennett Memorial, The Wells Free School, Rose Hill and Holmewood House preparatory schools and independent senior schools in Tonbridge, Mayfield, Sevenoaks and Eastbourne.
  • Mainline station: Tunbridge Wells (approximately 0.7 miles on foot) with regular services to London Charing Cross (via London Bridge and Waterloo East) and Cannon Street.
  • Communications: The A21 serves Tunbridge Wells, giving access to the M25 to the north and the coast to the south.

Additional information

  • Outgoings: Tunbridge Wells Borough Council.
  • Services: Mains Water, Electricity, Gas and Drainage.
  • Situated within Tunbridge Wells Conservation Area.
  • Directions: TN1 2NS - Approach via St James's Road due to being a one-way system.
  • EPC Rating: F
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: D