Savills | Norfolk Heights, Church Road, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN1 1JB | Property for sale
1,578 sq ft(146.60 sq m)
Guide price £1,300,000

Norfolk HeightsChurch Road, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN1 1JB

    Key features

    • Fabulous penthouse apartment, central Tunbridge Wells
    • Modern and secure - ideal 'lock up and leave'
    • Impressive south-facing roof terrace with stunning views, and additional kitchen balcony
    • Two 'en suite' bathrooms plus a third family bathroom
    • Lift access and secure underground parking with visitor parking available

    A prestigious modern penthouse with three bedrooms and an expansive roof terrace with fine views of central Tunbridge Wells

    About this property

    • This impressive property is a prestigious penthouse, bathed in natural light, with a wonderful roof terrace spanning the entire front of the apartment. This stunning south-facing area enjoys fine views across the rooftops of Tunbridge Wells, with delightful architecture in the near vicinity and the picturesque Common beyond.

      Completed in 2006, this thoroughly modern top-floor home boasts three double bedrooms. two with en suite bathrooms plus a third family bathroom, and a sizeable sitting room almost ten metres in length.

      Other features of note include a second terrace accessed from the kitchen, underfloor heating in the bathrooms and kitchen, lift access and a secure allocated underground parking space.

      This recently decorated and re-carpeted apartment is certain to delight viewers and is an enticing proposition for anyone looking for light, space and convenience, not to mention car parking, in the centre of this most popular and historic Kentish spa town.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    Local information

    • Norfolk Heights is a landmark development in the very heart of Tunbridge Wells. Within sight of the wonderful Common, next door to the popular Trinity Theatre and positioned between the town's two commercial and retail hubs: Royal Victoria Place Shopping Centre at the ‘top of town' and The High Street which leads on to the famed Pantiles within the more historic ‘Village' area.
    • The extensive Common, a few hundred yards away, offers a wealth of opportunity for walking and recreation. The town itself is well-served by restaurants, entertainment venues independent and multiple retail opportunities and several well-frequented, centrally located, public parks.
    • Tunbridge Wells station (about a third of a mile) is popular with commuters and has regular services to London Charing Cross (via London Bridge and Waterloo East) and Cannon Street. The Town is well served by the recently-dualled A21 which provides convenient access to the M25, and the coast is within about 30 miles to the south.
    • For families, local schools are well regarded with a wide range of respected schools for all ages, including the perennially popular ‘Kent Grammers' and independent senior schools at Tonbridge, Sevenoaks and further afield.

    Additional information

    • Directions: Postcode - TN1 1JB. From the main crossroads in the centre of Tunbridge Wells proceed west along Church Road. After a short distance pass the Trinity Theatre (large church with bell tower) on your right and Norfolk Heights is the next-but-one building on the right.
    • EPC Rating = C