24 Calverley Park
2,995 sq ft(278.24 sq m)
Guide price £1,750,000

Calverley ParkTunbridge Wells, Kent, TN1 2SL

    Key features

    • Handsome Grade II* listed attached house
    • Central location, in private park
    • 6 bedrooms
    • 2 reception rooms
    • Kitchen/breakfast room
    • Driveway parking
    • Private garden and access to parkland
    • About 0.31 acres

    Delightful Grade II* listed attached family house in this favoured centrally-located private park.

    About this property

    • 24 Calverley Park is a handsome stone-built period family house dating from the early 19th Century set on a good-sized town plot in a convenient position in the most centrally-located of the Tunbridge Wells private parks, with the mainline station and High Street within a third of a mile.

      The property offers elegantly-proportioned accommodation with good levels of natural light and character features including moulded coving and architraves and generous timber-framed sash windows, with folding shutters to the principal rooms. The front bedrooms benefit from delightful views towards the parkland whilst the reception rooms overlook the garden.

      The drawing room has exposed floorboards and full-height French windows leading to a covered stone veranda and a fireplace fitted with a wood burning stove set on a flagstone hearth. The light-filled sitting room has a wide bay window to the front and a fireplace with an ornate painted surround and a tiled hearth and slips.

      The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with painted units under granite and woodblock worktops and a three-oven electric Aga.

      There is useful lower ground floor space currently arranged as two double bedrooms, a games room/gym with access to the courtyard, a bathroom, cloakroom, utility room and storage areas.

      The principal bedroom includes extensive fitted wardrobes and tall sash windows framing an outlook over the garden to the park beyond.

      There are three further first floor double bedrooms and a family bathroom complete the accommodation.

      The garden lies to the front of the house, sweeping gently down towards the private parkland. The boundaries are formed of low stone walling, timber fencing and mature mixed shrubs and trees offering shelter and screening. A paved west-facing terrace, accessed from the drawing room via the veranda, spans the front of the house and provides a wonderful space for outdoor living and entertaining in the warmer months.

      The property benefits from dual access, via a timber gate in the stone wall from Grove Hill Road and a driveway leading from Calverley Park itself, opening out to form a parking and turning area by the entrance porch.

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    Local information

    • 24 Calverley Park occupies a convenient position at the southern end of Calverley Park, which lies on the southeastern fringe of the town centre, well placed for Tunbridge Wells High Street and the mainline station. The town centre offers an excellent range of shopping and leisure facilities, from cafes and theatres, restaurants and pubs to popular high street stores and more specialist boutiques.
    • This wealth of amenities combine with highly-regarded state and private schools to make the town a popular base for City commuters and families alike.
    • State and private schools: There is an excellent choice of schools in the area, including Claremont Primary School, rated as outstanding in the latest Ofsted report, The Mead, Rose Hill and Holmewood House preparatories, Beechwood Sacred Heart for ages 3-18 and boys' and girls' grammars in Tunbridge Wells and Tonbridge. Independent secondaries in Tonbridge, Sevenoaks and Mayfield.
    • Mainline rail: Tunbridge Wells (about 0.3 miles) with services to London Charing Cross (via London Bridge and Waterloo East) and Cannon Street giving journey times from 47 minutes.

    Additional information

    • Directions: From central Tunbridge Wells proceed in an easterly direction from the town hall traffic lights along Crescent Road (A264). After about 180 yards, having passed Hotel du Vin and Lanthorne Mews, turn right through the stone archway into Calverley Park. Number 24 is the last house on the left, on the corner of Calverley Park and Grove Hill Road.
    • EPC Exempt