Savills | Corseley Road, Groombridge, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN3 9PR | Property for sale
3,842 sq ft(356.93 sq m)
Guide price £1,795,000

Corseley RoadGroombridge, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN3 9PR


    Key features

    • An attractive Victorian house in this popular village, with lovely gardens and many period features
    • About half a mile from the well regarded primary school
    • Spacious and adaptable accommodation arranged over three floors
    • Large top floor attic/store room with potential, subject to any necessary consents
    • Four-car garage
    • About 2.4 miles to Eridge station with commuter services to London Bridge
    • About 4.5 miles to Tunbridge Wells

    An impressive and conveniently located Victorian village house, tucked away with a fine garden.

    About this property

    • A nicely presented Victorian village house, with ground floor brick elevations and tile hung upper elevations, all set under a steeply pitched tiled roof, featuring attractive gables and chimneys.

      The Orchard is situated in a tucked away position within this popular village, within a short distance of the well regarded primary school and is conveniently placed for local shopping too.

      This unlisted home offers characterful accommodation arranged over three floors, is well presented and comfortable with a modern kitchen and bathrooms and benefits from many period features, including fireplaces to a good number of rooms, ceiling mouldings, bay windows, panelled doors with brass door furniture and an attractive staircase, with panelling, spindles and wooden rails.

      The top floor comprises a landing, bedroom five, a shower room, and a large attic store room/studio (with potential subject to consents).

      Outside, the much loved established garden is a delight, extending to just over half an acre with an extensive lawn, well screened borders and incorporating a terrace accessed from the conservatory, interspersed with a wonderful array of roses and with shade provided by an impressive Portuguese laurel tree, complete with a rose-covered canopy.

      The front driveway has electronically operated entrance gates, leading to a brick paved parking area and very large detached four-car garage with garden store to the side.

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    I like the quiet, central location of this property in the village, the Victorian style and great space, as well as the wonderful garden. Compelling.

    Robert JacobsProperty agent

    Local information

    • The Orchard is positioned on the southern side of Groombridge, conveniently placed for village amenities and for access to the adjoining countryside.
    • Several long distance paths intersect at Groombridge, including the Sussex Border Path, the Tunbridge Wells Circular Walk and the High Weald Landscape Trail.
    • Groombridge has a thriving local community and amenities include a GP's surgery, general store, bakery, post office, two churches, two public houses and a Village Hall
    • Local leisure facilities include a tennis club, cricket ground, recreation ground with children's play area, as well as the popular local attraction, Groombridge Place.
    • There are golf courses at Tunbridge Wells and Forest Row and the historic Ashdown Forest is about four miles away being one of the largest free public access spaces in the South East of England, made famous by A A Milne's Winnie the Pooh stories. The Forest is an ancient area of open heathland occupying the highest sandy ridge within the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and was originally a deer hunting forest in Norman times.
    • More extensive shopping and leisure facilities can be found in Tunbridge Wells, which is about five miles to the east, or East Grinstead about 12.5 miles.
    • State and private schools: Groombridge St Thomas' C.E. Primary school which is about a half a mile walk, preparatory schools include Holmewood House (Langton Green), Rose Hill (Tunbridge Wells), Brambletye and Michael Hall Steiner Waldorf (Forest Row). Independent secondary schools in Eastbourne, Mayfield, Upper Dicker, Tonbridge and Sevenoaks and Kent grammar schools in Tunbridge Wells and Tonbridge, with entry based on academic performance in the 11-plus exam.
    • Mainline rail: Eridge station (about 2.4 miles) with commuter services to London Bridge. Tunbridge Wells (about 5 miles) for Charing Cross (via London Bridge and Waterloo East) and Cannon Street.
    • Communications: The M25 is accessible via the A21 just north of Tunbridge Wells, for access to Heathrow and Gatwick airports, the Channel Tunnel and the national motorway network.

    Additional information

    • Agent's Note: The photographs were taken in June 2019. Please note that whilst the postal address is Tunbridge Wells, Kent, the property is on the East Sussex side of Groombridge being Wealden District Council.
    • Outgoings: Wealden District Council (01323) 443322, Tax Band G.
    • Services: Gas-fired central heating, mains water, electricity, and drainage.
    • Directions: From central Tunbridge Wells, head west out of town on the A264 towards East Grinstead. Follow this road through Langton Green and continue straight on down the hill into Groombridge village. At the mini roundabout, bear left on to Station Road and then take the right fork into Corseley Road. After a further 0.3 miles, the road bends to the right just after St Thomas' primary school and then sharply round to the left by Florence Lane. The Orchard will be found on the left, just after this turn, going down the hill.
    • EPC Rating = E
    • Tenure = Freehold