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2 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Corseley Road, Tunbridge Wells

Withdrawn from Market £345,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Sitting Room with fireplace
  • Dining Room
  • Shaker-Style Kitchen
  • Wet Room/WC
  • Two Double Bedrooms
  • Enclosed Rear Garden
  • Gas Central Heating/Double Glazed Windows
  • Early Viewing Recommended

Full description

Occupying a prime central position within this picturesque and popular village, a late Victorian end of terrace house which is immaculately presented and has a host of character features.

By apointment with Bracketts.

Stairs to the First Floor. Thermostat for the central heating. Double glazed window to the side and a trades door to the side. The L-shaped area has space for table and chairs with cast iron radiator and an understairs recess with a door fitted brooms cupboard. Slate floor which extends to the kitchen area with an L-shaped sweep of natural timbered working surface inset with the deep glazed sink and mixer tap above and Shaker-style units beneath with integrated Electrolux dishwasher and Miele washing machine. The working surface is divided by a Rangemaster Elan dual fuel cooker with five hobs and a matching Rangemaster canopy above a generously tiled splashback. Suspended eye level wall cupboards, adjacent to a Worcester combination gas fired boiler. Cast iron radiator. Tiled sill beneath a window to the rear. Further shallow storage cupboard. Agent's Note: The triple wooden shelf unit is to be excluded from the sale.

Ceramic wall tiling to mid-height, extending to full height around the shower area with mixer taps and an adjustable shower head, twin glazed screen and a tiled floor with a central drain. Wash basin with twin lights above, low level WC. Cast iron radiator. Electric extractor, ceiling light and obscured glass window to the rear.


Occupying a most convenient position in the centre of this popular village, being within just a few hundred yards of local shops and day to day amenities and with St Thomas' primary school within one-third of a mile. Groombridge is set on the Kent/East Sussex borders with surrounding countryside within easy access via various foot and bridle paths. The towns of Tunbridge Wells and Crowborough are almost equi-distant (approx. 5 miles away) providing comprehensive shopping and cultural amenities, together with a variety of state and independent schools. A railway station providing commuter services to London is available at Eridge (some 2.5 miles distant).

This attractively presented late Victorian end of terrace house, constructed in facing brick under a pitched slate roof, has most pleasing and well maintained accommodation with modern kitchen and sanitary fittings, gas fired central heating and double glazed windows (in a sash-style to the front elevation). The accommodation is arranged as follows:

Panelled Front Door with glazed insert into:

Natural timbered flooring and skirting. Cast iron radiator set beneath a double glazed sash window to the front elevation. Attractive cast iron fireplace with a raised hearth and open flue with a low level cupboard housing the electric consumer unit to one alcove and shelving above. Further book/display shelving to an understair recess. Door leading to:

FRONT GARDEN There is a picket fence and gate to the front boundary. Flower border. Outside light. A gate to the side leads to the trades door where there is a further exterior light. From here, a path leads to the pretty enclosed REAR GARDEN which has a paved seating area adjacent to the rear of the house with further lighting and from here a curved, level and well maintained lawn which has deep established flower/shrub borders to either side and leading to a further seating area towards the rear boundary, where there is a timber shed.

From Tunbridge Wells proceed west on the A264 (East Grinstead Road) passing through Langton Green. Proceed down Groombridge Hill (B2110) towards the village and at the mini-roundabout take the first exit left into Station Road. Take the first turning right (by the Post Office) into Corseley Road, where No. 8 will be found on the left hand side after approximately 200 yards.

Cast iron radiator beneath the sash double glazed window and a small cast iron fireplace. Bulkhead recess with potential and a hatch with folding loft ladder to the loft space.

Cast iron radiator beneath a double glazed window to the rear and a shelved airing cupboard to one corner with a low voltage heater.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
11 May 2016


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