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Mount Ephraim, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN4

2 bedroom flat/apartment in Tunbridge Wells

£350,000 Leasehold

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A stylish 2 bedroom apartment with generous dimensions, character and court yard, located opposite the common and cricket pitch.

A stylish 2 bedroom, ground floor apartment, occupying a distinctive, Grade11 listed period house of historical significance, with generous dimensions, character and private court yard, located opposite the common and cricket pitch.

Occupying the ground floor of a landmark building of local historical interest, 'The Chalet' is a 17thC Gde11 listed building of significant character, being the former home of the celebrated Tonbridge Ware, treen maker Edmund Nye and Thomas Barton. This early house in the history of Tunbridge Wells is enviably located opposite the common and particularly the cricket pitch, allowing a peaceful outlook whilst a convenient walk into The Pantiles, the village and nearby train station.

The accomodation extends to an impressive 928sq', combining a 21'9 x 16'9 sitting room, comfortably allowing sofas and dining table plus a small outside area of a gravelled courtyard, accessed from the modern fitted kitchen and large enough for a bistro table, chairs and pots etc.

The Chalet comprises of only 4 units, with just 2 units per floor.

This charcater apartment is a splendid combination of location, space and historic appeal.

Offered for sale with no onward chain.

Leasehold - 161 years remaining
Service Charge - £955p/ann

Entrance Hall
4.90m x 2.20m (16'1" x 7'3")


Sitting Room
6.63m x 5.16m (21'9" x 16'11")


Kitchen
5.10m x 2.36m (16'9" x 7'9")


Bedroom 1
5.33m x 2.46m (17'6" x 8'1")


Bedroom 2
2.82m x 2.57m (9'3" x 8'5")


Bathroom
13.00m x 2.54m (42'8" x 8'4")


Courtyard Terrace
13.00m x 2.18m (42'8" x 7'2")

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Offering a slower pace of life, glorious countryside, quaint surrounding villages and excellent grammar, primary, secondary and independent schools, and within easy commuting distance of the capital, Tunbridge Wells is a great place to make your home, whether you're born and bred in the area or making the move from London. Plus there are a wide variety of styles and sizes of period and modern homes. And we're only an hour away from the coast.

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A stylish 2 bedroom apartment with generous dimensions, character and court yard, located opposite the common and cricket pitch.

A stylish 2 bedroom, ground floor apartment, occupying a distinctive, Grade11 listed period house of historical significance, with generous dimensions, character and private court yard, located opposite the common and cricket pitch.

Occupying the ground floor of a landmark building of local historical interest, 'The Chalet' is a 17thC Gde11 listed building of significant character, being the former home of the celebrated Tonbridge Ware, treen maker Edmund Nye and Thomas Barton. This early house in the history of Tunbridge Wells is enviably located opposite the common and particularly the cricket pitch, allowing a peaceful outlook whilst a convenient walk into The Pantiles, the village and nearby train station.

The accomodation extends to an impressive 928sq', combining a 21'9 x 16'9 sitting room, comfortably allowing sofas and dining table plus a small outside area of a gravelled courtyard, accessed from the modern fitted kitchen and large enough for a bistro table, chairs and pots etc.

The Chalet comprises of only 4 units, with just 2 units per floor.

This charcater apartment is a splendid combination of location, space and historic appeal.

Offered for sale with no onward chain.

Leasehold - 161 years remaining
Service Charge - £955p/ann

Entrance Hall
4.90m x 2.20m (16'1" x 7'3")


Sitting Room
6.63m x 5.16m (21'9" x 16'11")


Kitchen
5.10m x 2.36m (16'9" x 7'9")


Bedroom 1
5.33m x 2.46m (17'6" x 8'1")


Bedroom 2
2.82m x 2.57m (9'3" x 8'5")


Bathroom
13.00m x 2.54m (42'8" x 8'4")


Courtyard Terrace
13.00m x 2.18m (42'8" x 7'2")

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Offering a slower pace of life, glorious countryside, quaint surrounding villages and excellent grammar, primary, secondary and independent schools, and within easy commuting distance of the capital, Tunbridge Wells is a great place to make your home, whether you're born and bred in the area or making the move from London. Plus there are a wide variety of styles and sizes of period and modern homes. And we're only an hour away from the coast.

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