An impressive 4/5 bedroom Edwardian house with garage and off street parking, set on the very desirable Warwick Park. Beautifully presented throughout and with a wonderful open plan kitchen/dining room/conservatory, this is a fabulous family home in a prime location.
40 Warwick Park is a fine example of a rarely available 4/5 bedroom family home located on the highly sought after Warwick Park, within close proximity to the popular Pantiles and High Street and the train station. With over 2,200 square feet of accommodation, the house offers excellent accommodation both upstairs and down and is beautifully presented in elegant tones throughout. Access is available via both Warwick Park and Rodmell Road, where the garage and off-street parking is located, securely set behind a wooden gate. The house is elevated from the road and is accessed via steps from Warwick Park, ensuring that the house feels very private, whilst the access from Rodmell Road is at ground floor level. The spacious hallway with fabulous black and white tiled floor, perfect for the era of the property, allows access to the formal reception room to the left-hand side, with a beautiful bay window and feature fireplace. Beyond this is the open plan kitchen/dining/reception room, situated part within the original house and part in the beautiful conservatory which was a later addition.
The hand crafted kitchen has plentiful shaker style painted wooden units and a range of appliances, including a gas fired Aga, a second electric oven, gas hob and room for an American fridge freezer. The garden can be accessed from the kitchen and also from the lovely conservatory, currently serving as a further seating area in which to enjoy the garden, and there is also access to the further reception room, again with a feature fireplace and currently used as a dining space. A w/c completes the accommodation on this floor. On the first floor, three good size double bedrooms, two with feature fireplaces and are served by a large family bathroom and the second floor houses a further double bedroom, a single bedroom, a shower room and plentiful eaves storage. Outside, the south facing garden is laid to lawn with a patio area adjacent to the house, ideal for summer dining. At the top of the garden is the driveway and garage.
40 Warwick Park is a wonderful example of a truly fabulous family home, with plentiful and versatile accommodation both upstairs and down. Set above the road, the house offers privacy and space, with rooftop views to the front and a pretty sunny garden to the rear, where the almost impossible-to-find off and highly sought after off street parking and garage are located. The house is flooded with light thanks to its large windows and elevated position, and the attractive conservatory makes this open plan space feel bright and sunny. The house has been beautifully decorated in elegant tones throughout and is bursting with original features, including fireplaces, high skirting boards, cornicing, and a really wonderful staircase and entrance hall. The accommodation is generous and the two bedrooms on the second floor would make an excellent master floor by utilizing the fifth bedroom as a study or dressing room. It could also work equally well for live in childcare provider, teenager’s haven, or secluded home working space. The house’s prime location, on the popular southern side of the town, makes the house extremely appealing to the family market.
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.