The homes are situated in a ‘sought-after’ area.
Recently, several historic properties found in Tunbridge Wells have found themselves back on the market after each seeing a substantial restoration. Three mews houses found in Hungershall Park are now being marketed by Savills.
Dating back to the 1830s, Hungershall Mews originally served as one of several coach and stable blocks located within Cabbage Stalk Lane. They served the iconic Italianate villas of Hungershall Park, which is now considered to be a ‘sought-after’ area.
Local developer Beau Property is working to update and restore the properties, with efforts made to ensure they maintain their ‘original charm’. The first of the three properties is scheduled to be completed in August, followed by the second and third in October.
Natasha Selbie of Savills Tunbridge Wells said: “Hungershall Park is a very special location; you feel as though you are in the middle of the countryside while being just on the edge of this thriving town. These stylish and unique properties all offer something slightly different and provide much flexibility as a luxurious full-time home or the perfect Tunbridge Wells pied-a-terre.”
An open house event, by appointment only, is taking place on July 15. Prices for the properties range from £650,000 – £825,000, and further details can be found by contacting Savills on 01892 507000.
Each of the three homes have slightly different layouts, with two being two-bedroom houses and the other three-bedroom property.
Features include Crittall- style doors, underfloor heating throughout as well as equipped and furnished kitchens and dining rooms withshaker-style units, Quartz worktops and integrated Bosch appliances. All of the properties include an outdoor space also.
The properties are located near to footpaths via Cabbage Stalk Lane and the Common into the town centre. Due to the semi-rural location, some of the bedrooms offers views out to the surrounding countryside.
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