Close to The Pantiles and 0.4 miles to the central station
Accommodation arranged over three floors with attractive elevated views
Five bedrooms and well appointed bath/shower rooms
Three reception rooms and attractive kitchen
Delightful town garden
Allocated private parking space
Internal Inspection Recommended
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A beautifully presented 18th century period home enjoying a premier central location in Cumberland Walk, away from traffic, close to The Pantiles and 0.4 miles to the central station. Well-appointed flexible accommodation, a southerly facing elevation and garden plus off road parking.
10 Cumberland Walk is a delightful property dating back to circa 1700, subsequently extended and more recently renovated and remodelled to create a comfortable period home in one of Tunbridge Wells' premier central locations This fine property sits above The Walk and features double fronted attractive balconied elevations. The beautifully presented accommodation is enhanced by exposed structural timbers, oak doors and solid oak floors to all the principal rooms on the ground floor The accommodation is arranged over three floors with attractive elevated views Internally the dayrooms offer flexibility with two of the three reception rooms designed to interconnect with the kitchen/breakfast room Plus a separate dual aspect sitting room, accessed from both the hall and dayroom, with fitted display cabinet and bookcase and feature conservation area compliant double glazed multi-paned bay window to the front and matching window to the side, brick surround fireplace The attractive kitchen is fitted with a range of soft closing cupboards and drawers, oak work surfaces with a matched island unit incorporating a stainless steel sink with monobloc tap, waste disposal and plumbing for dishwasher Appliances include a seven-burner gas hob and electric double oven range cooker, two larder fridges and matching freezer Wide opening leading to the dayroom with a delightful bay to the side, door to patio, period built-in drinks cupboard and door to Cellar with door and steps down from the dayroom fitted with storage and wine racks, circuit breaker, gas and electric meters and window with security bars Coat Lobby and Cloakroom Vertical oak timbers sub-divide to the dining room which features a brick surround fireplace and with French doors to the verandah and south facing garden Oak staircase to the first floor The two front facing bedrooms feature French doors leading out to a full width balcony. The rooms are vaulted with oak beams and one features a period ducks nest grate fireplace, built-in wardrobe and original engraved door recording building works in 1763 Interconnecting door to dressing room/bedroom 5 with a double glazed window looking up Cumberland Walk, oak door to the landing Further double bedroom with oak door, sash window and walk-in wardrobe cupboard Well-appointed bath/shower room fitted with double end bath with tiled surround, heated wall-to-wall mirror twin washbasins and vanity shelves, walk-in shower cubicle, heated towel rail, double glazed window, and heated tiled floor. Concealed laundry cupboard with space for tumble dryer and washing machine, shelving above Adjacent separate WC with panelled walls and window Further staircase leads to the second floor double bedroom with skylight and French doors out to a flat roof with far reaching attractive town views En-suite shower room with walk-in shower cubicle, large heated mirror, washbasin with vanity shelf, heated floor and double built-in wardrobe
Outside The delightful town garden features a brick paved patio and brick wall, two ornamental lawns either side of the path at the front, all enjoying a southerly aspect Outside security and controlled lighting Vehicular access is from Cumberland Yard off Mount Sion, which leads to an allocated private parking space and from here a gate into the property. By foot there is additional access from Cumberland Walk and both gates can optionally be secured by remote locks
Situation The house is one of a row of fine mixed period houses connecting Madeira Park to the Pantiles, and is a stone's throw from the High Street and 0.4 miles to the station In the immediate vicinity there are bars, pubs and restaurants with the Royal Victoria Precinct being 1.3 miles Closest schools are Claremont Primary and The Mead Preparatory School. The Grammar Schools are approximately 1.5 miles
Practicalities Tunbridge Wells Borough Council Tax Band F Gas fired central heating via recently installed Worcester boiler to period style column radiators All main services are connected
Directions By foot, at the bottom of the High Street continue into Chapel Place and turn left into Cumberland Walk
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