Tunbridge Wells is the only spa town in the Southeast of England, with elegant architecture and a variety of cultural, entertainment and shopping attractions, including the historic Pantiles, historic Pantiles, known for its charming Georgian colonnade, summer Jazz festivals, regular food and craft markets and Chalybeate Spring; there are two theatres locally, an abundance of caf�s and restaurants and a mixture of national multiple retailers and independent shops.
Stephens Road is located on the North side of the town, just over a mile from the main shopping centre and about 1.5 miles of the High Street and choice of two mainline stations. The house is within immediate reach of the very good amenities in St Johns, with a number of "mini-supermarkets" available, caf�s, bars and restaurants, hairdressers and local shops. The house is also within convenient reach of the Tunbridge Wells Sports Centre, The Common with its network of criss-cross footpaths leading to local landmark Wellington Rocks and the Higher Common Ground cricket pitch offering a wealth of opportunities for walking and recreation. There are tennis facilities at the Nevill grounds and the renowned Nevill Golf Club is within convenient reach, and access to local cycle routes.
State and Private Schools: There are many highly-regarded schools in the close vicinity, including Skinners, TWGGS, TWGSB, St John�s CE primary, Bennett Memorial Diocesan and St Gregory�s secondaries all within a mile of the property.
Mainline rail: High Brooms (about 0.8 miles) and Tunbridge Wells (about 1.5 miles), with fast and frequent services to London Charing Cross (via London Bridge and Waterloo East) and Cannon Street with journey times from 50 minutes.
The Centaur Commuter Coach service also stops along the St John's Road.
Communications: The A26 joins the A21 just North of the town, linking through to the M25 (junction 5) London orbital motorway, and thereby to the national motorway network, and to the South coast. Gatwick Airport is about 23 miles to the West, accessible via the motorway or via the A264.
134 Stephens Road is a very attractive semi-detached period house with later additions, that offers well-proportioned, beautifully presented accommodation, that compliments the age and style of the house, set across three floors with a flexible and generous layout, well-suited to the needs of modern family living and entertaining.
A reception hall leads to the impressive open plan kitchen/diner to the rear of the house. The bespoke base and wall cabinetry offers good storage with integrated dishwasher, washing machine and fridge-freezer and the striking granite worktops and breakfast bar provide both good preparation space and the ability for more informal eating/entertaining. The kitchen is open to the large, dining area which is flooded with natural light from the three sash windows, roof lights and glazed French doors that overlook and open onto the paved terrace that spans the rear of the house with steps down to the garden beyond.
A more formal sitting room sits to the front of the house, with a feature fireplace and woodburner with attractive bay window. A further reception area which is open to the kitchen/diner is used as a family TV room and snug. A w.c. completes the ground floor.
The first floor comprises of three light and spacious double bedrooms and a well-appointed family bathroom; it should be noted the principal bedroom offers the size and scope for the creation of an en suite, subject to any necessary consents. The second floor provides a further double bedroom, with built-in storage and easy access to the sizeable eaves.
Outside: 134 Stephens Road sits comfortably back from the road behind attractive wrought iron railings. The house enjoys a good-sized, established town garden, with two terraces and area of level lawn ideal for child's play and outdoor entertaining, with gated side access to the front of the property.
Postcode - TN4 9QA. From Mount Ephraim in Tunbridge Wells, head north on the A26 and take first exit at the roundabout onto St. John�s Road. Continue for about 0.6 miles, having passed The Skinners' School on your right take the first right onto Somerset Road and follow the road around to the end and bear left on Stephens Road where 134 Stephens Road will be found just a little way along on the left hand side.