Bishops Garth is an elegant and beautifully presented five bedroom detached family house which has been finished to an exceptional standard.
Built in the 1930’s, this period property offers a number of characteristics typical of this era including the high ceilings and good proportions. The front door opens into a spacious reception hall providing access to the principal living areas. There is a fabulous double aspect sitting room with a feature log burner and a large bay window.
The kitchen/dining room has been designed to an exceptional standard and has an extensive range of wall and base units and integrated appliances, as well as a large island with halogen hob, granite worktops and wine fridge. There is a separate utility room accessed from the kitchen. The dining/family area is a wonderful space in which to entertain guests and is triple aspect with a beautiful lantern skyline, ensuring an abundance of natural light floods the room. Also, to note on this floor is a formal dining room with a log burner, a study, a snug and a cloakroom. The property also benefits from Hive which controls the central heating and security.
On the first floor are five double bedrooms, three with beautifully appointed en suite bathrooms. There is a further family bathroom and also a balcony accessed via one of the bedrooms. There is a partially boarded loft, which is perfect for storage.
The property has a private driveway with EV charging point and parking for several vehicles. There is an exquisite front garden with planting borders and wisteria. To the rear of the house is a secluded garden mainly laid to lawn but with a patio area, perfect for al fresco dining. There is also a six-person hot tub and a useful garden shed.
Whybourne Crest is situated close to the popular residential location, off Forest road, a mile from the centre of Royal Tunbridge Wells, and its mainline station with frequent services to London in under an hour. The town has a wide range of shopping facilities, restaurants cafes, boutiques close by as well as the the historic Pantiles and old High-street which is but a stones throw away. It is also ideally situated for access to a number of well regarded private and state schools including Tunbridge Wells Girls and Boys Grammar Schools, Skinners School and Rose Hill School