A wonderful opportunity to secure a spacious and versatile property on the highly desirable Warwick Park. Well-presented throughout and with off street parking and a large garden, 17 Warwick Park represents a rarely available sixties style house in a prime location.
Completed in the sixties and subsequently extended, 17 Warwick Park offers a magnificent opportunity to further extend or remodel if desired this interesting space to create a wonderful family home in a highly desirable location. With over 2,000 square feet of accommodation, the house is currently configured to suit multi-generational living, or indeed live-in childcare with bedrooms and bathrooms and a kitchen on both floors. The accommodation could be reconfigured however into a more conventional layout to suit the new owner if required.
Architecturally interesting, 17 Warwick Park offers real scope to further transform and extend the house, if required, into a glorious, large modern family home. Alternatively, it could be moved into and greatly enjoyed as is. The location is second to none, being on the popular southern side of the town and within walking distance of the Pantiles, High Street and train station.
17 Warwick Park is a much-loved family home and is a fine example of a modern property, interestingly laid out with plentiful and versatile accommodation both upstairs and down. Set back from the road, the house offers privacy and space with a fabulous rear garden, well stocked with mature trees and shrubs and boasting a pretty summerhouse – a real secret garden. The house is light and bright due to its large and plentiful windows, and the large open plan kitchen that flanks most of the rear of the property is a fabulous space, offering plenty of room for dining, eating and relaxing. It leads directly onto the raised verandah, accessed directly from the house, and serving as a lovely space in which to enjoy outdoor dining.
Warwick Park is within walking distance of 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. Regular farmers' and craft market are 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 under a mile away and there are excellent schooling options locally, 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. If you want to escape to the coast, then the lovely seaside towns can be reached by train or car in under an hour.