Hungershall Mews, Hungershall Park Close, High Rocks Lane, Tunbridge Wells, TN4 8NH | Property for sale | Savills
1,229 sq ft(114.18 sq m)
Guide price £825,000(€962,113)

Hungershall MewsHungershall Park Close, High Rocks Lane, Tunbridge Wells, TN4 8NH

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in May 2024
  • Video Tour available
  • Beautifully renovated mews-style home in this sought-after semi-rural location about a mile from the town centre
  • Part of a cluster of charming former stables originally serving the villas of Hungershall Park
  • Accessed via a private shared approach
  • Within approximately 1.2 miles of Tunbridge Wells High Street, the mainline station and the historic Pantiles
  • Well placed for an extensive choice of primary and secondary schools including grammar schools in Tunbridge Wells and Tonbridge
  • Three bedrooms and two bathrooms

A three bedroom highly stylish mews house in this private park with allocated parking, enjoying this semi-rural location whilst being within approximately 1.2 miles from the High Street

About this property

  • Originally built in the 1830s, Hungershall Mews was one of several former coach and stables blocks to be found on Cabbage Stalk Lane that originally served the iconic Italianate villas of Hungershall Park. The properties have since been sympathetically updated and restored to include handsome Crittal style doors, underfloor heating throughout and impressive principal bedroom suites whilst retaining the overall charm of the properties.

    The beautifully appointed kitchen is fitted with shaker-style units, Quartz worktops and integrated Bosch appliances, including an induction hob, oven, dishwasher and fridge freezer. French doors open from the kitchen onto a modest-sized town garden, ideal for alfresco dining.

    An archway leads to the lounge/dining room creating an open space for modern family living. There is also a cosy study to the ground floor, ideal for today's working from home requirements, and a separate wc which completes the ground floor accommodation.

    Upstairs, the double aspect principal bedroom enjoys views of the neighbouring nursery (Wyevale) and countryside beyond, together with an en suite shower room with twin sink units. There are two further bedrooms and a family bathroom fitted with porcelain tiles, underfloor heating, a Duravit bath and shower, and striking Arte fittings.

    Other features include new timber windows throughout, Worcester Bosch boiler, antique brass electrical switches, bespoke Corian vanity units, Smart Control central heating system and Ring doorbell system.

    The location of these properties is most impressive, conveniently located in this sought-after private park, with scenic footpaths via Cabbage Stalk Lane and the Common onto central Tunbridge Wells.

    The property is approached via a private shared courtyard with allocated parking for one vehicle. Further on street parking is available on Hungershall Park.

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I love this location, Hungershall Park is very special indeed, you feel as though you are in the middle of the countryside, whilst being on the edge of our thriving town. A truly unique opportunity, these stylish and unique properties all offer something slightly different and provide much flexibility as a delightful and luxurious full time home or the perfect Tunbridge Wells pied-à-terre.

Natasha SelbieProperty agent

Local information

  • Hungershall Mews, is conveniently located within approximately 1.2 miles of Tunbridge Wells' High Street, the mainline station, the historic Pantiles and a superstore. The historic Cabbage Stalk Lane, running parallel to Hungershall Park, gives pedestrian access to the open spaces of the Common and its network of footpaths, offering a scenic route to town amenities.
  • Royal Tunbridge Wells is a historic spa town located about thirty miles south of London, surrounded by countryside and offering a popular base for commuters. The town offers excellent cultural, leisure and shopping attractions including cafés, restaurants and two theatres.
  • The High Street, which is within approximately 1.2 miles by foot, offers many restaurants including The Ivy and The Warren, and so many choices for delicious cakes, fresh bread and coffee, Juliet's, Fine Grind, Gails and the Italian delicatessen Arte Bianca, with fresh fish and seafood at Sankey's fishmongers and so much more, with numerous shops and independent boutiques.
  • Royal Victoria Place shopping mall is reached in approximately 1.5 miles on foot. Knights Park out of town retail park is approximately 4.3 miles and offers a multi-screen cinema complex, bowling alley, health/fitness club and further large outlet stores.
  • There are several parks and open green spaces in the vicinity, including Dunorlan Park and the town's Common, with its extensive acreage of woodland and open spaces, loved by children and dog walkers for generations, as well as Hargate Woods which are accessible off Broadwater Down. The Nevill Golf Club and Nevill Ground (tennis and cricket) 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, and 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 area including Holmewood House (Langton Green), The Mead and Rose Hill (Tunbridge Wells) preparatory schools, Kent grammar schools in Tunbridge Wells and Tonbridge and independent secondary schools in Tonbridge, Sevenoaks, Mayfield, Pembury (Kent College) and Eastbourne.
  • Tunbridge Wells station is approximately 1.1 miles on foot from the property with regular commuter services to London Charing Cross (via London Bridge & Waterloo East) and Cannon Street.
  • The Centaur Commuter Coach service also stops at Tunbridge Wells Station.

Additional information

  • Services: Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage.
  • Service charge: There is a service charge of £50.00 per month (£600.00 per annum) for the upkeep of the communal approach.
  • Draft EPC: C rating
  • Outgoings: Tunbridge Wells Borough Council
  • Tax Band: To be confirmed
  • Agents note: The property is in Tunbridge Wells Conservation Area.
  • Directions: From central Tunbridge Wells, head south on the A26 London Road. Pass over the first mini-roundabout and, at the second mini-roundabout, turn right up Major York's Road. Take the first left into Hungershall Park and after the road bends downhill to the left the drive that leads to Hungershall Mews which will be straight ahead when the road bends again to the right.
  • EPC Rating: C
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: TBC