A striking first floor apartment set back from Broadwater Down with private garden and allocated parking, on the favoured south side of town.
21 Broadwater Down is an imposing detached period property in this sought-after area which was divided into six apartments approximately 50 years ago. Flat 3 is a well-proportioned apartment situated at the front of the house, with views across the garden. The apartment has been sympathetically improved to provide well-appointed accommodation in a contemporary style. Good ceiling heights and large windows create a light and spacious feeling, with attractive period features adding to the character.
The accommodation includes a well-proportioned sitting room with pretty coving and bay windows to the garden. There is a good sized kitchen with contemporary units and quality integrated appliances. The master bedroom enjoys a lovely double aspect and there is a further bedroom. Both have fitted wardrobes. The large bathroom has a separate large walk-in shower and bath.
Dating back to the 1860s, Broadwater Down is an historic and sought-after wide tree-lined residential road, much of which lies within a conservation area. The town centre is easily accessible and offers an extensive range of shops, restaurants, bars and two theatres. The historic Pantiles are about 0.7 miles away and the Woodland Trust's Hargate Forest, with its network of walking trails, can be accessed from further along Broadwater Down.
Mainline rail: Tunbridge Wells (about 1 mile) with regular services to London Charing Cross (via London Bridge and Waterloo East) and Cannon Street from 47 minutes.
Communications: The A21 is accessible just north of Tunbridge Wells, linking to the M25 and thereby the national motorway network, Gatwick and Heathrow airports and the Channel Tunnel terminus.
The apartment benefits from a private garden area, clearly delineated, mostly laid to lawn and with mixed borders that are well stocked to give seasonal colour and interest. The side boundaries are formed of timber trellising supporting climbing roses and clematis.
The house is set well back from the road, with a shared driveway leading from Broadwater Down also serving High Birch to the rear. Allocated residents' and visitors' parking is provided to the side of the driveway.