The Potteries, Linden Park Road, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN2 5FR | Property to rent | Savills
538 sq ft(49.98 sq m)
Guide price £1,425(€1,668)
Monthly + Fees apply

The PotteriesLinden Park Road, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN2 5FR

  • Let
  • Unfurnished

Key features

  • Contemporary building
  • Concierge Service
  • Open plan kitchen/reception
  • Close to the Pantiles
  • 2 Juliette balconies

Modern one bedroom apartment in a unique landmark development at the edge of the Pantiles

About this property

  • This contemporary, modern new build is conveniently set to the South of the Pantiles. The building comprises a resident's reception area with night and day concierge, private courtyard gardens as well as a community gallery and events space.

    The apartment features a modern, open plan kitchen/reception area with floor to ceiling doors opening onto a Juliette balcony, providing ample natural light. The German kitchen is fully fitted with stone worktop, integrated single oven, dishwasher, induction hob and fridge.

    The bedroom is a large double with fitted wardrobes, also featuring a Juliette balcony. The bathroom contains a white wall-mounted basin with polished chrome taps, thermostatically controlled shower unit, concealed cistern WC and a heated chrome towel rail. The hallway has a large storage cupboard, and there is also a modern washer/dryer provided.

    The complex contains secure entry with lift access and a secured bike storage room. Residential Parking permits can be obtained from the Council.

    We have been told that this property has no cladding.

    Please note, photos were taken more than a year ago.

Local information

  • The development is set at the Southern edge of the historical Pantiles and is conveniently located 0.5 miles from Tunbridge Wells train station. The bustling Pantiles is at the heart of the Tunbridge Wells community with its lively social scene. Hosting events such as Local and Live, Jazz on the pantiles, farmers markets and various festivals. There are also a number of boutique shops, restaurants and café's to peruse at your leisure. For those who enjoy a country stroll, the Common is a short 0.6 miles away with links to walks taking you around the High Weald Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty, or a short wonder around the previously used historic racecourse dating back to 1738.
  • Comprehensive Shopping: Royal Tunbridge Wells with the the historic Pantiles and High Street offers a wide selection of shopping facilities from Marks & Spencer and Fenwicks to smaller speciality shops.
  • Mainline rail services: Tunbridge Wells to Charing Cross or Cannon Street - 50/60 minutes. https://www.southeasternrailway.co.uk/
  • Primary & state schools: Various schools in Tunbridge Wells including Claremont, St Johns & St James.
  • Grammar schools: Tunbridge Wells Girls Grammar School, the Skinners School for Boys, and Tunbridge Wells Grammar School for Boys.
  • Private schools: Holmewood House, Rosehill, Kent College and The Schools at Somerhill. Tonbridge and Sevenoaks Public Schools. https://www.kent.gov.uk/education-and-children
  • 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 and bowling club in Calverley Grounds. The Nevill LTC and the St John's sports 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.

Additional information

  • Deposit payable: £1,644.23 (5 weeks rent)
  • Holding Deposit: £328.85 (1 weeks rent)
  • Minimum Term: 12 months
  • Rent must be paid monthly in advance
  • EPC Rating: B
  • Council Tax Band: D