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A beautiful and much loved family home, coming to the market for the first time in 25 years, offering flexible and spacious accommodation, with a beautiful south-west facing rear garden, close to Claremont and St Peters Primary Schools.
This beautiful family is situated on Delves Avenue, a quiet and popular road thanks to its predominately detached period homes, set in generous plots, and close proximity to the coveted Claremont and St Peters' primary schools. This house was bought by the current owners in 1997 and has been a much loved family home ever since. Extended previously to create a dine in kitchen and additional bedroom with ensuite bathroom, the current owners then further extended to the rear and front, giving all the rooms lovely proportions. The result is a very spacious family home, featuring 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a dine in kitchen, 2 additional reception rooms, downstairs WC, and an integrated garage, all very well presented.
We absolutely love the south-west facing rear garden and all the areas if offers. It is a secluded sun trap from spring to autumn and can be enjoyed all year round thanks to its green and leafy backdrop and sense of seclusion.
We love a lot about this house and high on the list is the strength of the accommodation. With multiple, flexible reception rooms and four good size bedrooms, as well as scope to extend further (subject to necessary consents), this property would be perfect for a growing family.
Delves Avenue is situated just off Farmcombe Road, in a highly sought-after area on the south side of Tunbridge Wells. The High Street and The Pantiles, the elegant Georgian colonnaded walkway believed by many to be the most pleasant place in Tunbridge Wells to browse, shop, eat, drink and stroll are within comfortable walking distance. A regular farmers' and craft market is held fortnightly on the colonnade and features an excellent range of stalls selling high quality local produce, hot foods, crafts, homewares and accessories. The mainline station, with its fast and frequent trains to Central London is also only a short walk away. There are excellent schooling options locally, within both the state and independent sectors, including Claremont and St Peters' Primary Schools and those in the sought-after Kent Grammar system at secondary level. 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. If you want to escape to the coast, then the lovely seaside towns can be reached by train or car in under an hour.