A spacious detached 1930’s house offering excellent renovation potential, located on this very popular, quiet residential road, within easy walking distance of all the local amenities and High Brooms mainline station.
43 Chestnut Avenue has been a much loved family home, now in need of modernisation and upgrading. Situated on a family friendly and very popular road, the house is fabulously located for all the amenities in Southborough as well as High Brooms mainline station. The house offers endless opportunities to create a lovely family home with light and airy accommodation and the potential to extend, subject to the necessary planning consents. With off street parking and a garage, the frontage of the house is spacious and a generous lawned area sets the house well back from the road. 43 Chestnut Avenue offers 3 double bedrooms, two reception rooms and a kitchen with built in pantry. The good size garden with mature trees and shrubs is accessed from both the rear reception room and the kitchen and the overall accommodation feels spacious, but it is the potential this house holds that is particularly interesting.
This house has clearly been a well-loved family home for many years and now represents a fantastic opportunity for its new owners to create a more modern, vibrant space. Subject to the necessary planning consents, the kitchen could be extended to the rear and also possibly to the side to make the most of the large plot. The house has a lovely wide entrance hall and two windows on the stairwell make the area light and spacious. The family bathroom and w.c. are currently separate but by joining them together you could create a very good size bathroom and the loft space could also be converted, subject again to the necessary planning consents. The enclosed garden could be transformed into a beautiful landscaped space but the new owner may wish to keep in situ the glorious camelia plant! The location of this house is also excellent: Chestnut Avenue is a very popular road thanks to its quiet aspect and neighbouring recreational fields. Most of the houses have now undergone an extensive renovation programme, so it is rare to find one that would allow the new owners to make their own mark on their new detached family home.
Chestnut Avenue is a very popular road, thanks to its quiet aspect and easy access to various recreational areas. The varied amenities of Southborough are within close walking distance and the vibrant spa town of Tunbridge Wells is a short drive or bus journey away. Tunbridge Wells has an array of restaurants, shops and leisure facilities. The historic Pantiles area, with its elegant colonnaded walkway believed by many to be the most pleasant place in Tunbridge Wells to browse, shop, eat, drink and stroll. For further shopping opportunities, Royal Victoria Place is close at hand, and the award-winning Bluewater Shopping Centre is under 30 miles away. The coast is also easily accessible by car or public transport. There are many independent and state schooling options in the area, including those in the much sought-after Kent Grammar system and the mainline station offers a fast and frequent service to Central London.