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Royal Wells Park by Berkeley Homes

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Overview

Royal Wells Park is a beautiful development featuring both spacious new 3, 4 and 5 bedroom houses and 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments just moments from Tunbridge Wells town centre. Both the architecture and soft landscaping have been carefully considered to be appropriate to it’s fantastic location and the scheme is being delivered by award-winning developer Berkeley.

The mainline railway station provides regular services into the City, Central London, Docklands and surrounding areas in as little as 43 minutes* and the many outstanding schools, shops, bars and restaurants for which Royal Tunbridge Wells is renowned are all just a short walk away
  1. Walking distance to town centre and train station
  2. London Bridge 43 minutes by train
  3. Help to Buy available on selected apartments
  4. Excellent school catchment area

Location

Location

Off Mount Ephraim, Tunbridge Wells, TN4

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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.

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Leisure Facilities

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.

Local Shopping

With a home at Royal Wells Park, everything that Tunbridge Wells has to offer, from stylish shopping, gourmet restaurants, cafes and theatres is just a short walk away. Relax in a cafe in The Pantiles or indulge your appetite in any of the quality local restaurants, including renowned, The Ivy. The town 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 play host to a variety of live performances to suite all tastes. Those who enjoy shopping will find plenty of temptation amongst the town's boutiques and high street stores.

Education

Royal Tunbridge Wells is an ideal location to raise a family and the town is well served by a range of excellent schools for children of all ages. 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 only an 11 minutes’ walk from Royal Wells Park. Trains reach London in as little as 43 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. 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. Four commuter coaches run every hour from outside Cripps solicitors office at Royal Wells Park, reaching Canary Wharf, London Bridge and Charing Cross in approximately one hour.

Tunbridge Wells (0.5 miles)
High Brooms (1.3 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 in between Mount Ephraim and 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 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.
Berkeley Homes Quality Reassurance
There are many reasons why Berkeley has built a reputation for quality and service. Every home benefits from impressive specifications, with quality finishes and materials as standard. Each development is carefully considered and has a bespoke design to make the most of the individual locations and needs of potential purchasers.

Extra features are included where appropriate such as car clubs, bike stores and solar panels in order to make Berkeley living more convenient now and more sustainable for the future. At Royal Wells Park extra thought has also gone into ensuring privacy and security, which includes full time estate management.

Berkeley developments are designed to provide a sense of place and create real communities. Choosing Berkeley means not simply a better quality home, but a better quality of life.

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