The Potteries, Linden Park Road, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN2 5FR | Property to rent | Savills
894 sq ft(83.06 sq m)
Guide price £2,450(€2,794)
Monthly + Fees apply

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

  • Let
  • Unfurnished

Key features

  • Contemporary development
  • Concierge Service
  • Open plan kitchen/reception /diner
  • Close to the Pantiles
  • Terrace

Contemporary 2 bedroom apartment in a contemporary development at the edge of The Pantiles

About this property

  • This contemporary, modern new build is conveniently set to the South of the Pantiles, ideal for commuters, just 0.5 miles from Tunbridge Wells train station with its frequent services to London taking less than an hour. 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.

    This apartment features a modern, open plan kitchen/living/reception area with floor to ceiling windows providing plenty of natural light, and opening on to private terrace. The German kitchen is fully fitted with stone worktop, integrated single oven, combination oven/microwave and induction hob.

    Both bedrooms are large doubles with fitted wardrobes, en suites, one with direct access to the private terrace, the other has 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 rails. The hallway consists of a storage cupboard and access to one of the bathrooms.

    Residents parking is available in the underground car park. The complex also contains secure entry with lift access and a bike rack.

    This property has cladding, as far as we know the current position with the property is:
    It's been tested and there are no works required

Local information

  • 1887 is set at the Southern edge of the historical Pantiles and is conveniently located 0.5 miles from Tunbridge Wells train station with direct train links to London. 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 walk, the nearby Commons provide walking routes around this High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, including the Town's old racecourse which dates back to 1738.
  • Comprehensive shopping: Tunbridge Wells with the historic Pantiles and High Street offers a wide selection of shopping facilities with high street brands to smaller specialty shops.
  • Schools: Kent provides one of the most sought after education systems in the country and is one of the main reasons for many people choosing to move to Tunbridge Wells. Places for many of the schools are in demand. Kent County Council still maintains the Grammar School system for which an 11 Plus entry exam must be taken. There is a broad mix of State, Public, Nursery and Preparatory schools within the area. Further details can be obtained from Kent County Council on 01622 696565 or via
  • 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 sport 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.
  • Mainline rail services: Tunbridge Wells mainline rail station provides services to London Charing Cross (via London Bridge and Waterloo East) and Cannon Street.
  • Communications: The A26 runs through Tunbridge Wells, linking to the A21 just north of the town. The A21 in turn connects to the London M25 orbital and thereby the national motorway network, Gatwick and Heathrow Airports.

Additional information

  • Deposit payable: £2,826.92 (5 weeks rent)
  • Holding Deposit: £565.38 (1 weeks rent)
  • Minimum Term: 12 months
  • Rent must be paid monthly in advance
  • EPC Rating: B
  • Council Tax Band: E