Royal Wells Park by Berkeley Homes

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Overview

Set within beautifully landscaped grounds, residents can enjoy the surrounding green open spaces, a stunning water feature at the centre of the development and a children’s play area, as well as the new state-of-the-art Wells Free Primary School, providing a safe and relaxed atmosphere perfect for couples and families.

In the heart of Royal Tunbridge Wells, with its rich heritage and wealth of historic attractions, Royal Wells Park combines exclusivity with practicality. The mainline railway station provides regular services into London Charing Cross in just 50 minutes* and the many outstanding schools, shops and amenities for which Royal Tunbridge Wells is renowned are all just a short walk away.

  1. Walking distance to train station
  2. London Bridge 45 minutes by train
  3. Excellent School catchment area
  4. Stunning water feature and landscaped grounds

Location

Location

Off Mount Ephraim, Tunbridge Wells, TN4

Local Information

Leisure Facilities

THE HISTORY OF ROYAL TUNBRIDGE WELLS
Since the discovery of a chalybeate spring in 1606, Tunbridge Wells has enjoyed a unique atmosphere. As a spa famed for its health giving waters and later as a favourite resort of Queen Victoria, it has a reputation as one of the most desirable towns in south east England.

While the popularity of the spa waters has waned, Royal Tunbridge Wells has retained its appeal, with its rich architectural heritage and its unique and welcoming atmosphere.

To walk along The Pantiles, the Georgian colonnade at the heart of the town is to walk through history.

To walk along The Pantiles, the Georgian colonnade at the heart of the town is to walk through history. From Regency elegance to Art Deco exuberance, the town centre is a living museum waiting to be discovered, with a unique mixture of stylish boutiques, appealing antique shops and art galleries and a wealth of coffee shops and eateries.

SPORT AND LEISURE
Since the discovery of a chalybeate spring in 1606, Tunbridge Wells has enjoyed a unique atmosphere. As a spa famed for its health giving waters and later as a favourite resort of Queen Victoria, it has a reputation as one of the most desirable towns in south east England.

While the popularity of the spa waters has waned, Royal Tunbridge Wells has retained its appeal, with its rich architectural heritage and its unique and welcoming atmosphere.

To walk along The Pantiles, the Georgian colonnade at the heart of the town is to walk through history.

To walk along The Pantiles, the Georgian colonnade at the heart of the town is to walk through history. From Regency elegance to Art Deco exuberance, the town centre is a living museum waiting to be discovered, with a unique mixture of stylish boutiques, appealing antique shops and art galleries and a wealth of coffee shops and eateries.

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FOOD AND CULTURE
Royal Tunbridge Wells holds many events throughout the year including the food festival in the Pantiles, Local & Live Fundraising Festival as well as Jazz on the Pantiles from May through to September. The Assembly Hall Theatre and Trinity Theatre also plays host to a variety of live performances, including touring companies from London. There are dining options for every mood, from fine European cuisine to welcoming coffee shops that line The Pantiles. Anyone who enjoys shopping will find plenty to enjoy. As well as the antique shops and galleries, there are independent outlets specialising in fashion, jewellery, food and wine, while the Royal Victoria Place shopping centre offers more than ninety shops, including high street names. The newly refurbished Hoopers department store offers luxury brands, while jeweller G Collins has a Royal Warrant as Personal Jeweller to Her Majesty the Queen.

Education

A new primary school, The Wells Free School, is now part of the Royal Wells Park development, while other primaries include St James’ Church of England Junior School, rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted and Claremont Primary School. Older children are served by three grammar schools: The Skinners’ School, Tunbridge Wells Girls’ Grammar, and Tunbridge Wells Grammar for Boys.

There is an excellent choice for those choosing private education too, with Beechwood Sacred Heart School, The Mead School and Rose Hill School. Further education is provided by the nearby University of Kent and Canterbury Christ Church University, while the town’s location puts older students within easy commuting distance of London and some of the most renowned universities in the world.

Transport Links

Tunbridge Wells station is less than 10 minutes’ walk from Royal Wells Park. Trains reach London in as little as 45 minutes, with direct links to the City, Central London, Docklands and surrounding areas. These excellent connections make commuting simple, ensuring all London has to offer is within easy reach. Take your pick of your favourite boutiques and department stores, or enjoy the culture, music, theatre and nightlife that make London so exciting. There are excellent connections for going further afield too. The M25 and M23 motorways are within a 40 minute drive, providing links to Heathrow and Gatwick. The Eurostar Ashford International Station is less than one hour away.

Tunbridge Wells (0.6 miles)
High Brooms (1.1 miles)
Frant (2.9 miles)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

DRIVING DIRECTIONS
From the M25 ( Junction 5) and Sevenoaks
Royal Wells Park is located on Culverden Park, off the A26 St John’s Road. From Junction 5 of the M25, take the A21 Sevenoaks bypass and turn south west onto the A26 London Road to Royal Tunbridge Wells.
Alternatively, from Sevenoaks, head south on the A225 to the A21 and turn south west onto the A26 London Road to Royal Tunbridge Wells. Follow the A26 for approximately 3 miles, then turn right into Culverden Park.

Sat Nav Postcode: TN4 9QT

Nearest stations:

National Train Station logo Tunbridge Wells (0.6 miles)
National Train Station logo High Brooms (1.1 miles)
National Train Station logo Frant (2.9 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

Driving directions

From the M25 ( Junction 5) and Sevenoaks
Royal Wells Park is located on Culverden Park, off the A26 St John’s Road. From Junction 5 of the M25, take the A21 Sevenoaks bypass and turn south west onto the A26 London Road to Royal Tunbridge Wells.
Alternatively, from Sevenoaks, head south on the A225 to the A21 and turn south west onto the A26 London Road to Royal Tunbridge Wells. Follow the A26 for approximately 3 miles, then turn right into Culverden Park.

Sat Nav Postcode: TN4 9QT

About Developer

The Berkeley Group builds homes and neighbourhoods. They focus on creating beautiful, successful places in London and the South of England. The business works together with other people to tackle the shortage of good quality homes, and make a lasting contribution to the landscape and to the communities that it helps create.

The Berkeley Group is publicly-owned and listed on the London Stock Exchange as a FTSE 100 company. It has been ranked Britain's most sustainable major house builder for the last 8 years in a row and was voted Britain's Most Admired Company across all industries in 2011.

The Berkeley Group is made up of five autonomous companies:

• Berkeley
• St George
• St James (a joint venture with Thames Water)
• St Edward (a joint venture with the Prudential)
• St William (a joint venture launched with National Grid)

Sustainability is at the heart of Berkeley’s business strategy. Its single biggest contribution is to create new places that grace their surroundings and will stand the test of time. The environmental performance of each site is monitored tightly and they publish independent research measuring the company’s social and economic impact.

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