A stylishly presented individual detached house in an elevated position with its own off street parking in a highly popular location moments from the historic Pantiles and 0.4 miles from Tunbridge Wells mainline station.
The property dates from the late 1920’s and enjoys an attractive aspect from its elevated position with views over the gardens to the surrounding townscape. The house has been much improved by its present owners and these works have included incorporating a former separate annexe into the ground floor accommodation, this still gives scope for those wishing to utilise the annexe as a guest suite.
Features of note include:
Light oak parquet and wide boarded flooring, fireplaces and bespoke joinery and windows.
The sitting room is a light room with an attractive bay window with views over the garden, fireplace and a study area off to one side.
Country style kitchen/breakfast room with a range of units to floor and wall, granite working surfaces, Stoves range cooker, American fridge/freezer, walk-in larder, limestone flooring, doors onto the courtyard and a door to the dining room.
The dining room is an excellent room with a window to the front, book shelving to the chimney recess and a fireplace with carved wooden surround.
From the annexe kitchen/utility there are doors to outside and a flexible annexe/guest bedroom with adjoining shower room.
On the first floor the master bedroom has an en suite shower room and impressive dressing room with doors opening to a roof terrace. There are two further double bedrooms on the first floor and a family bathroom.
The lower ground floor has been used as a play room/study with a wood burning stove, its own entrance door and a store/boiler room to one side.
The property enjoys an elevated position set up from Warwick Park with attractive established gardens and a pathway leading down to a pedestrian gate onto Warwick Park. There is off road parking for two cars. The garden has an array of shrubs and trees including camellias, conifers and scots pines underplanted with spring bulbs. To the side of the property is a good size level area with lawn and flag stone terrace. To the rear is a courtyard which houses the Icehouse, a subterranean building which is accessed from Frant Road. The domed space is believed to have once been used as an air raid shelter and is now primarily used for storage. To the rear of the property is a secondary pedestrian gate and shared pathway to Frant Road which is often used for deliveries and also provides access to the Icehouse.