5 bedroom terraced house for saleLangton Road, Langton Green, Tunbridge Wells, TN3
- 5 bedroom portion of a listed mansion
- 2 miles Tunbridge Wells mainline station
- well-proportioned and stylishly presented
- formal reception hall and drawing room
- 3,693 sq ft
- kitchen/dining room
- study/family room
- private gardens to front and rear
- substantial garden studio
The central portion of an elegant Grade II listed mansion, conveniently placed for schools in this popular village, under 2 miles from Tunbridge Wells mainline station
Middlehouse is located between the villages of Langton Green and Rusthall on the western outskirts of Tunbridge Wells. Langton Green offers a public house, butcher, bakery, restaurant, convenience store and petrol station.
Tunbridge Wells (about 1.9 miles) has services to London Cannon Street and London Charing Cross (via London Bridge and Waterloo East) with journey times of under 1 hour.
Private and State Schools:
Langton Green Primary school and Holmewood House preparatory school in the village. Kent grammar schools in Tunbridge Wells and Tonbridge. Public schools in Sevenoaks, Tonbridge and Eastbourne.
The A21 can be accessed from Tunbridge Wells, linking to the M25 and thereby to other motorway networks, Gatwick and Heathrow airports and the coast.
- entrance porch
- reception hall
- drawing room
- study/family room
- kitchen/dining room
- master bedroom with en suite bath/shower room
- further double bedroom
- family bathroom
- landing with sitting area
- 2 double bedrooms
- child's bedroom 5
- shower room
Lower ground floor:
- utility room
- enclosed gardens to front and rear
- garden studio
- double garage
- about 0.40 acres
Believed to have been built for Queen Victoria's daughter, Princess Louise, Dornden House is an impressive late 19th Century mansion, rebuilt in 1925 and now comprising three substantial portions, including the Middlehouse which retains the principal reception rooms, including the striking entrance hall with its decoratively carved joinery and the front porch.
The Middlehouse has been sympathetically updated with stylish contemporary fixtures and fittings which complement the lovely period features, and the well-proportioned accommodation is arranged over three floors. Further points of note include:
- large stone mullioned windows with square leaded light panes and decorative wrought iron work;
- stone steps leading up to an impressive gabled entrance porch with a wide oak panelled front door;
- high ceilinged reception hall with oak flooring, mellow oak panelled walls, a Jacobean-style oak staircase rising to the first floor and a glazed wall incorporating a door opening through to the drawing room;
- drawing room with a striking moulded elliptical door with an oak frame and leaded light windows opening out to the rear garden terrace, oak wall panelling and an stone feature fireplace with a brick hearth, carved oak surround and fitted with a contemporary wood burning stove;
- contemporary-style kitchen/dining room with an outlook to the front, wood flooring and fitted with twin electric ovens, a 5-ring gas hob, fridge, dishwasher and a wide open fireplace fitted with a gas fire;
- study/family room with wood flooring and built-in desk and cupboards;
- lower ground floor with a utility room, fitted with storage cupboards, a Belfast sink and providing space for an American-style fridge/freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer and a cloakroom;
- first floor with a master bedroom enjoying an outlook over the garden to the rear, a well-appointed "Jack and Jill" bath/shower room opening into bedroom two and a family bath/shower room;
- second floor with a generously-proportioned landing encompassing a sitting area and giving access to two further double bedrooms, a smaller bedroom 5, and a further shower room.
The Middlehouse sits within about 0.40 acres in total, with distinct enclosed areas of garden lying to the front and to the rear.
The approach to the front passes through double gates from the driveway into a landscaped parterre-style garden, with lawns interspersed by a grid of low box hedging around trellises supporting climbing roses, a brick and paved terrace with a seating area, and a water feature providing an interesting backdrop.
Enclosed to the boundaries by high mixed hedging, and with several mature specimen trees, the front garden enjoys shelter and a good level of privacy. A substantial glazed studio to one corner benefits from a lovely outlook and provides excellent additional space for a variety of uses away from the main house.
The drawing room opens out on the South side onto a paved terrace with a stone balustrade and a Judas tree providing a shady corner. Steps descend to a good-sized level lawn with planted borders under mature trees, topiary yew features and low box hedging fringing a gravel path.
A private driveway from the Langton Road gives access to several properties. A spur towards the end turns left to Dornden and The Middlehouse, the latter having a right of way over this section. T here is space here for car parking close to the gate, and a double garage.
The property is sold freehold, although a flying freehold area exists above the ground floor kitchen, but this is covered by the solicitors.
Services: Mains gas-fired central heating. Mains water, electricity and drainage. Annual maintenance charge of circa £100.00 to Dornden House Drive Ltd.
Outgoings: Tunbridge Wells Borough Council: 01892 526121. Tax Band G.
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Square Footage: 3,693 sq ft
Acreage: 0.4 Acres
From Tunbridge Wells, take the Langton Road (A264) towards Langton Green. Having entered Langton Green, continue past Tea Garden Lane on the left-hand side. The entrance to Dornden, Inverdown and the Middlehouse (amongst others) will be seen after a short distance on the right-hand side. Continue along the private drive and turn left after Inverdown. The gates to the Middlehouse will be seen immediately after, on the left.
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