Savills | Building Plot, Hawkenbury Road, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN3 9AD | Properties for sale
0.14 Ac(0.06 Ha)
Guide price £350,000

Building Plot, Hawkenbury RoadTunbridge Wells, Kent, TN3 9AD

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Delightful 0.14 acre plot on the eastern outskirts of Tunbridge Wells
  • Outline planning permission in place for detached dwelling
  • Rural outlook over farmland and meadows
  • Convenient for Tunbridge Wells Circular Walk footpath and other local footpaths
  • Tunbridge Wells station within two miles
  • Royal Victoria Place Shopping Centre about 1.6 miles

Prime building plot, with outline planning permission, on eastern fringes of Tunbridge Wells town with delightful rural outlook.

About this property

  • This newly-available building plot has outline planning for the construction of a detached 4 bedroom house with separate garage. (Planning ref: 17/04152/OUT - see the Tunbridge Wells Planning Portal online).

    The outline planning permission is for a two storey home, and enhanced plans (for which planning approval has not been applied for) have also been drawn up for a dwelling with an additional top floor with a correspondingly larger footprint.

    These enhanced plans have not, at this stage, been submitted for planning approval, outline or full, but are available from Savills for interested parties to review.

In my experience, this is a rare chance to build an individual house at this price point in a lovely, edge of town location.

Robert JacobsProperty agent

Local information

  • Grove Haven is in a delightful position on the eastern fringes of Tunbridge Wells at the point where the town gives way to farmland and open countryside. Only about a third of a mile from Forest Road, this plot on Hawkenbury Road presents a wonderful rural outlook while being convenient for access to all that the town has to offer. In close proximity is the Hawkenbury recreation ground which offers a variety of leisure facilities.
  • Comprehensive shopping, entertainment, well-regarded schools and road and rail connections combine to make Tunbridge Wells a highly desirable place to live for families, commuters and those wishing to enjoy a relaxed lifestyle on the border of Kent and East Sussex.
  • The town is well connected, with the mainline station (about 1.8 miles) offering services to London Charing Cross (via London Bridge and Waterloo East) and Cannon Street. The recently dualled A21 provides direct access to the M25.
  • St Peter's primary school is currently being relocated and built in the nearby Hollyfields development. Other excellent state and private schools in the area include The Mead School, Holmewood House preparatory school at Langton Green, Tonbridge and Sevenoaks independent secondary schools, St Leonards-Mayfield School for Girls and grammar schools in Tunbridge Wells and Tonbridge.

Additional information

  • Directions: Postcode - TN3 9AD. Turn on to Hawkenbury Road from Forest Road and travel for about a third of a mile. Shortly after the view to the left gives way to open farmland, Grove Haven will be found on the right hand side, just before a lane turning to the right. Beyond Grove Haven, Hawkenbury Road is bordered by countryside on both sides as the plot sits on the eastern limits of the town.