Recently refurbished

Recently refurbished

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Pia

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Pretty early victorian semi detached house within walking distance from the centre of Royal Tunbridge Wells, a spa town where Queen Victoria as well as the Queen used to visit when she was a child . Off street parking with a garden home office within a small wrap around garden and a separate enclosed outside eating area. Centrally located. Train station is walking distance. Trains to London take 50 minutes and run every 20 minutes.

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More about us

  1. I am an Interior architect with three boys, one is at university , the other is just finishing off his A levels and the youngest still has a few more years at school. We have two dogs.

  2. We love to travel, I was born in South Africa and we have relatives that live all over the world

  3. We love interesting homes and to find out about the back ground behind them

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Buzzy restaurants
The Pantiles. Where Queen Victoria used to visit
Cool bars
The George and Dragon in Spelthurst
Cozy cafés
Juliet's Cafe
Retail therapy
Victoria Place shopping centre and the High st which has the the Queens jewellers
Bit of culture
Chagall's Stainglass windows in Tuderly and Charles The Martyr church
Walks in the park
Calverly Park
Spot of exercise
Bedgebury Park for walking and cycling
Day tripping
Hever castle is half an hour way where Anne Bolyne grew up as well as Chartwell where Winston Churchill had his home. Canterbury and Rye are also an hour away.

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