- * Well-presented 3 bedroom property
- * Two bathrooms
- * Scope to enlarge further if required (STC)
- * Secluded garden with southerly aspect
- * Driveway
- * Garage
- * Favoured Broadwater Down location
- * Within easy reach of town and the station
*£625,000-£650,000* A spacious and well-presented chalet bungalow having been much improved and enlarged by the current owner, providing light and flexible accommodation, situated in a quiet and much sought-after location, secluded south facing garden, and situated on the favoured south side of town within easy reach of the town centre, station and historic Pantiles.
The property is situated in a quiet and sought after Close adjacent to a tree lined avenue on the favoured south side of Tunbridge Wells and is situated within a couple of minutes’ walk from the Woodland Trusts Hargate Forest with its network of walking trails. The property is also conveniently located being within easy reach of the town centre, mainline railway station, and the historic Pantiles.
Tunbridge Wells is renowned for its excellent range of amenities including the Royal Victoria Place shopping centre, cinema complex and theatres. The town is also well known for the historic Pantiles and its open spaces and parks. There are a number of well regarded state and independent schools in the area, including grammar schools for both girls and boys.
For the commuter, Tunbridge Wells mainline station serves London Bridge, Charing Cross and Cannon Street in under an hour. The A21 is also within close proximity and links with the M25.
The property is a beautifully presented semi-detached chalet style bungalow having been improved and enlarged by the current owner and offers scope to enlarge still further if required (subject to consents).
The accommodation is arranged over two floors and includes, on the ground floor; a good sized double glazed porch; an entrance hall with storage cupboard ideal for housing coats and shoes; a noticeably spacious living room with attractive fireplace with brass surround as it’s focal point and sliding doors running it’s width proving a good deal of light and offering views and access to the secluded garden; a well-proportioned kitchen with a range of shaker style wall and base units, complimentary work surfaces, integrated fridge, Smeg oven, hob, and extractor, a dishwasher, and stainless steel sink and drainer. Also located on the ground level are two good-sized double bedrooms, the larger of which benefiting from bay windows offering a good deal of light and sense of space (this room is currently being utilised as a formal dining room) and family bathroom with a bath with period style taps, shower, heated towel rail, and attractive wall and floor tiling.
On the first floor is a landing with Velux window over, and a large master bedroom with twin windows providing garden views, a good sized walk in wardrobe and dressing room, and a spacious ensuite with Velux window, walk in shower, heated towel rail, with the room being complimented by attractive wall and floor tiling.
To the front of the property is a brick driveway providing parking for several cars, a front garden mainly laid to lawn with a variety of pretty plants and shrubs, and a detached garage with power and plumbing for a washing machine and dryer. To the rear is a secluded, exceptionally well maintained and presented south facing garden being mostly laid to lawn with an abundance of well established shrubs and plants, as well as an impressive patio area with awning over, making it ideal for outdoor entertaining.