Located on an extremely popular road in the heart of the village area and within the coveted Claremont School catchment, this is a very well presented and deceptively spacious, 4 bedroom Victorian house with a pretty courtyard garden.
Arundel Road is a very popular road, located in the heart of ‘the village’ area in Tunbridge Wells, within close proximity of Claremont School, The Grove and the mainline train station and within walking distance of the many and varied amenities of the town centre. The current owners have lived in the property for 11 years and have significantly improved it during their occupation: the result is a house that is offered in immaculate condition, combining contemporary styling and finishes with a wealth of beautiful period features, including attractive windows, fireplaces and cornicing.
The private rear garden has been designed to be as low maintenance as possible, flanked by fences and mature shrubs such as jasmine, which create a wonderful scent. Its south-west orientation ensure that this is a real sun trap throughout the day and into the evening.
This deceptively spacious family house is located on a very well regarded road in the centre of Tunbridge Wells. The location is well served by plentiful primary and secondary schools, including the coveted Claremont School. Lovely green spaces such as The Grove are just a few steps away, as is the mainline station, the High Street and The Pantiles, with its Georgian colonnade and café culture. These factors combine to make this area a real draw for families, who enjoy its friendly, family orientated feel.
Arundel Road is a highly regarded location on the southern side of Tunbridge Wells. The property is located a short stroll from the lovely Pantiles, believed by many to be the most beautiful space in Tunbridge Wells in which to relax and unwind, it is very near to Grove Park. It is approximately a 5 minute walk from the mainline station, and there are also excellent further schooling options in the area, within both the state and independent sectors, including those in the sought-after Kent Grammar system. Tunbridge Wells has a diverse range of restaurants, shops and sporting facilities and the impressive, award-winning Bluewater Shopping Centre is only 45 minutes' drive. There are a range of fabulous open spaces on your doorstep, including Calverley Park, Grove Park and Dunorlan Park, with all the recreational amenities that they have to offer, including children's play areas, tennis courts, boating lake and astroturf pitches for hockey and football. If you want to escape to the coast, then the lovely seaside towns can be reached by train or car in under an hour.