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Camden Park, Tunbridge Wells, TN2

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Savills, Tunbridge Wells

Key features

  • Exceptional classical-style town house in this sought-after private park
  • presented to a high specification
  • covered veranda to the rear with a south facing aspect and views over the garden and park beyond
  • set within stunning landscaped gardens of about 0.55 of an acre
  • conveniently located within a mile of the town centre and mainline station
  • off-street parking and double garage
  • well-placed for a wide choice of schools, including grammar schools
  • EPC Rating = D

Property description

Tenure: Freehold

A fine, classical modern townhouse in this highly sought after private park, ideal for the town, station and schools.


Warneford House was built approximately eighteen years ago and fitted out to an exceptional specification, which stands the test of time today.

The sitting room and dining room each have stunning marble fireplaces and the fitted kitchen, utility and boot room are Mark Wilkinson; as is the principal bedroom en-suite. All the bathrooms are beautifully tiled and each bedroom suite offers fitted wardrobes.

Everything is very well presented and balanced, with the ground floor reception space enjoying good ceiling heights with an open plan feel and centred around an impressive staircase in the hall. There is either stone or wooden flooring and underfloor heating throughout.

The mature gardens are really stunning in design, providing formal planting and an area of lawn with a striking glass house towards the rear, which backs onto eighteen acres of private
meadow owned by a neighbouring house in the park. This makes for the perfect setting, with a southerly aspect to the rear and a covered entertainment terrace, which comes complete with a built-in gas fire pit.


Warneford House is conveniently located in Camden Park, a sought-after private residential area on the south east side of Tunbridge Wells and a designated Conservation area. The High Street, Pantiles, parks and mainline station are all within a mile.

The town centre offers excellent shopping and leisure facilities, from cafes and theatres, restaurants and pubs, the Royal Victoria Place Shopping Centre, high street stores and quaint boutiques in the historic Pantiles.

Opportunities for leisure are also extensive, including golf at a number of nationally-ranked courses, riding and walking in the surrounding countryside. The Ashdown Forest, Bedgebury Pinetum and Bewl Water are all within easy driving distance, while the South Downs and the Kent and Sussex coasts a little further.

State and private schools: Tunbridge Wells is well known for the quality of its schools both in the private and state sectors. There are many highly regarded schools in the area, including Holmewood House, Rose Hill, Claremont Primary and Tunbridge Wells boys’ and girls’ grammar schools. There are also some notable independent schools in the area, including Tonbridge, Sevenoaks, Beneden, Mayfield, Brighton and Eastbourne.

Mainline rail: For those wishing to commute to London by train the property is about 0.7 miles by foot to Tunbridge Wells mainline station with regular services to London Charing Cross and Cannon Street.

Communications: By car, the M25 is accessible via the A21 to the north of Tunbridge Wells and links to the national motorway network. Gatwick and Heathrow Airports and the Channel Tunnel Terminus are all reachable in about 60 minutes or less.

Square Footage: 4,724 sq ft

Acreage: 0.55 Acres


From our offices in Tunbridge Wells High Street, head north towards the station and turn right onto Vale Road. At the mini roundabout, turn right up Grove Hill
Road, continue straight on at the top of the hill as the road bears round sharply to the left, into Camden Hill. At the top, bear left through the gateway and Warneford House can be found after a short distance on the right-hand side.

Additional Info

Services: Mains gas-fired central heating mains water, electricity and drainage.

Outgoings: Tunbridge Wells Borough Council , Tax band H.


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Camden Park, Tunbridge Wells, TN2


Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Tunbridge Wells Station0.6 miles
  • High Brooms Station1.4 miles
  • Frant Station1.9 miles
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