Located in western Kent, Royal Tunbridge Wells is close to the Kent border with East Sussex. Tunbridge Wells has not always been royal, the prefix dates to 1909. To celebrate the towns popularity over the years among the royal family King Edward VII granted the town its official “Royal” title.
With many years’ experience sourcing properties in Tunbridge Wells and across wider Kent our professional buying agents are well placed to assist with your search and purchase of a property in the area.
Whether you are looking for a period home in the centre of town or a country house on the fringes, a property finder in Tunbridge Wells could save you considerable time and effort.
Tunbridge Wells Buying Agent
Experienced property finder Jennie Cole conducts searches in Tunbridge Wells and across wider Kent.
Having sourced properties on the behalf of private clients for many years Jennie has extensive property finding and buying experience.
Jennie takes time to thoroughly understand a clients brief before approaching industry contacts and the wider market place to source suitable properties.
Conducting previews of suitable properties to ensure they match the clients requirements before shortlisting the very best opportunities for the client to view, saving client’s considerable time during the search process.
Once a property is identified which the client would like to secure Jennie conducts thorough due diligence before entering into negotiations to secure the property at the best possible price and terms in place.
Seasoned property finders with a wealth of experience and an impressive track record.
Private clients benefit greatly from our black book of contacts and the exclusive opportunities we have access to.
Where to live in Tunbridge Wells
There are many areas in Tunbridge Wells which are highly desirable and sought after places to live, there are homes from varying periods; Georgian, Victorian and newer developments have been added over the years.
Properties in the ‘village’ area within the centre of town have the local amenities on the doorstep. Madeira Park, the Pantiles, the Royal Victoria Place and Tunbridge Wells train station are all in the immediate vicinity making the area particularly popular with those who use the station regularly and enjoy living in the midst of the town.
In the suburbs of Tunbridge Wells you can find properties set on private roads and within gated developments which are popular with families.
Whilst these types of properties have more space than those in the centre of Tunbridge Wells they are not far from the centre of town and the amenities on offer.
Living in Tunbridge Wells
Tunbridge Wells town centre is popular with residents and visitors alike, a known shopping destination; there are many chain stores and independent shops, the ones located within the historic Pantiles are particularly popular.
There are many green spaces within the town itself such as those at Dunorlan Park which is a favoured place to visit with roughly 30 acres of landscaped parkland along with a lake and café. Tunbridge Wells is also located at the northern edge the High Weald Area of Outstanding Beauty.
Using property finder service can save considerable time and effort. If you’re planning a move to Tunbridge Wells or the surrounding area our team would be delighted to assist.
Tunbridge Wells commute
Tunbridge Wells train station offers a direct service into London Charing Cross making it a popular place to live with regular commuters. By car, the A21 main road connects to the M25 making travelling into London and other destinations relatively straight forward.
There are many desirable places to find property in Tunbridge Wells, deciding which area is best suited to your lifestyle can be difficult if you’re new to the area. Our local experts can help you find the best possible location for your new home; to find out more about our property finding service please contact us for a no obligation discussion.
Schools in Tunbridge Wells
Property in Tunbridge Wells is particularly popular with families due to the excellent schooling options from the well-known grammar schools such as Tunbridge Wells Grammar School for Girls and Tunbridge Wells Grammar School for Boys.
Where to live near Tunbridge Wells
To the northeast of Tunbridge Wells, Pembury village is a popular place to live. The village has a good range of amenities including a chemist, post office, farm shop and local supermarket. Located just 4 miles from Tunbridge Wells residents benefit from being in close proximity to the wider amenities in the town whilst also being able to enjoy a slower pace of village life.
Pembury village has many large Georgian homes on offer along with more secluded, detached houses set within their own grounds on the fringes of the village borders.
The historic village of Penshurst, also to the northeast of Tunbridge Wells is a popular place to live, with a range of local amenities including a doctors surgery and primary school, Penshurst C of E Primary School.
There are many villages around Tunbridge Wells, many of which are within the High Weald Area of Outstanding Beauty such as Speldhurst. Only 2 miles from Tunbridge Wells, Speldhurst is a pretty historic village with many local amenities and a popular 13th century public house.
Properties in the most sought after parts of Tunbridge Wells often sell off market or before they are advertised openly. The fierce competition can leave unrepresented buyers at a loss; having a professional property finder act on your behalf can put you in the best possible stead to never miss an opportunity should a suitable one arise.
Please contact us if you feel we could assist with your search; we would be delighted to discuss your search requirements and our property finding service with you in greater detail, without obligation.