Harland Way, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN4 0TQ | Property for sale | Savills
2,279 sq ft(211.73 sq m)
Guide price £1,300,000

Harland WayTunbridge Wells, Kent, TN4 0TQ

    Key features

    • Video Tour available on request
    • Far reaching views of the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
    • Five Bedrooms, Three Bathrooms, Two Reception Rooms
    • Beautiful mature gardens with two ponds and and a plethora of shrubs and plants
    • Double undercroft garage offering flexible use
    • Tonbridge Station (approximately 1.8 miles) High Brooms (approximately 1.9 miles) and Tunbridge Wells (approximately 3.1 miles)

    A substantial, detached, five bedroom family house, situated on a well-regarded residential road between Southborough and Bidborough, convenient for schools, road and rail links.

    About this property

    • 17 Harland Way is a striking, generous, detached, five bedroom house with flexible, family-friendly accommodation, which is set across three floors, enjoying an elevated position with far reaching views and delightful garden, with integral garaging and parking. The property is well presented throughout, enjoying large windows that provide attractive views and an abundance of natural light.

      The main living accommodation is on the first floor, accessed via an oak staircase from the large entrance hall. The spacious sitting room is fitted with a feature gas fireplace and a sliding door to the rear paved terrace and gardens beyond. An archway leads to the formal dining room with a further sliding door opening onto the wide-spanning balcony to the front enjoying far reaching views over the neighbouring countryside towards Pembury.

      The kitchen/breakfast room provides good storage and plenty of preparation space, dual oven gas Rangemaster and integrated fridge freezer, together with a breakfast bar for more informal dining. The ground floor provides a useful utility room with storage and space for a washing machine, fridge, freezer and tumble dryer.

      There are five bedrooms, which are set across all three floors; the principal bedroom on the first floor being of particular note, enjoying views of the High Weald Area of Natural Beauty and a bank of fitted wardrobes. There is a further double bedroom on this floor, also with fitted wardrobes, together with a well-appointed family bathroom and a separate shower room. The second floor is home to two further good sized bedrooms, one of which is currently utilised as a home office by the present owners, both rooms with access to the eaves storage. The fifth bedroom is situated on the ground floor, and has an en suite shower room.

      Outside, the much loved south-westerly garden is mainly laid to lawn with a variety of different areas to enjoy. A large paved terrace adjoins the house, overlooking the ponds and gardens beyond. There is a 'cottage garden' to the right boundary providing wonderful Spring colour, whilst the remaining beds are full of a variety of plants and shrubs including a red robin, a tulip tree, blossoms, azaleas, rhododendrons, and a camellia tree. To the rear of the garden, a circular paved terrace with a garden pavilion offers a further area to retreat to, with a pathway leading to the hidden compost store and storage shed.

      To the front, the brick paved driveway with herbaceous borders offers parking for four vehicles, with further parking available inside the garages.

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    Harland Way is such a great location for families, not only do you have easy access to a choice of three large towns, which all have very good facilities, stations and provide an extensive choice of schools, but you have the lovely village of Bidborough close by and access to Southborough Common just along the road. This much loved, sizeable home offers so much flexibility and potential.

    Natasha SelbieProperty agent

    Local information

    • Harland Way is a popular residential area situated between Southborough and Bidborough, lying on the Northern side of Tunbridge Wells conveniently placed for schools and the mainline station in nearby Tonbridge. The nearby Southborough Common enjoys a cricket pitch and many footpaths, while Southborough itself offers a wealth of local amenities, with barbers, hairdressers, Southborough Butcher, Costcutter, Tesco Express and antique shops, together with the newly constructed Southborough Civic Centre which includes St Andrew's medical centre and Day Lewis pharmacy, a library, theatre/hall, coffee shop, community rooms, and town council offices.
    • The ever-popular village of Bidborough offers a sought-after local primary school, recreation ground, tennis club, bowls and cricket green. Other local amenities include a historic church, grocery/general store, garage, an award-winning pub with restaurant and the Village Hall.
    • Tunbridge Wells is the only spa town in the Southeast of England, with elegant architecture and a variety of cultural, entertainment and shopping attractions, including the historic Pantiles, historic Pantiles, known for its charming Georgian colonnade, summer Jazz festivals, regular food and craft markets and Chalybeate Spring; there are two theatres locally, an abundance of cafés and restaurants and a mixture of national multiple retailers and independent shops.
    • Tunbridge Wells High Street 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.
    • There are further restaurants available by The Common, including Hand & Sceptre, Imperial and Tallow, which was recently named 'Britain's Best Local Restaurant' by the Good Food Guide
    • State and Private Schools: There are many highly-regarded schools in the close vicinity, including Skinners, TWGGS, TWGSB, St John's CE primary, Bennett Memorial Diocesan, Southborough C of E primary school, and St Gregory's secondaries. Schools slightly further afield include The Judd School, Tonbridge Grammar School, Weald of Kent Grammar School and Tonbridge School.
    • Mainline rail: Tonbridge Station (approximately 1.8 miles) High Brooms (approximately 1.9 miles) and Tunbridge Wells (approximately 3.1 miles), with fast and frequent services to London Charing Cross (via London Bridge and Waterloo East) and Cannon Street with journey times from 50 minutes.
    • Communications: The A26 joins the A21 just North of the town, linking through to the M25 (junction 5) London orbital motorway, and thereby to the national motorway network, and to the South coast. Gatwick Airport is about 23 miles.
    • The bus stop is within close proximity of the property providing local services to Tonbridge, Tunbridge Wells, Sevenoaks and further afield, together with The Centaur Commuter Coach offering services into London.

    Additional information

    • Local Authority: Tunbridge Wells Borough Council
    • Tax Band: G
    • Services: Mains Water, Drainage, Electricity and Gas.
    • Directions: Postcode - TN4 0TQ. From our office in Tunbridge Wells proceed north out of town and onto the London Road (A26) toward Southborough. Continue through Southborough, passing the common on your left, Harland Way will be found on the left hand side just after the turning to Vauxhall Lane on your right and the pretty period lodge house on your left. No.17 Harland Way is towards the end of the road on the left hand side.
    • EPC Rating: D
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G