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Tunbridge Wells is home to various gardens, castles, ancient churches and historic homes - it's also within easy reach of Hastings, the popular seaside resort and scene of the battle of Hastings back in 1066.There are lots of other attractions in and around Tunbridge Wells that are sure to keep everyone in the family occupied - and there's also a regular farmers market too.It is literally surrounded with dozens of places of interest nearby including historic castles and houses, landscaped gardens, sailing lakes, adventure parks and the wonderful countryside that is The Garden of England.Connections to the M25, Heathrow, Gatwick, Ashford International and the Channel Tunnel are all extremely convenient.The Tunbridge Wells area is renowned for its educational facilities with separate grammar schools for boys and girls, in the town and in Tonbridge, secondary and independent schools including the Skinners school, highly regarded preparatory and primary schools and public schools including Tonbridge, Sevenoaks and Beechwood Sacred Heart.Recreational amenities include well known golf courses such as the Nevill in Tunbridge Wells, Royal Ashdown Forest, East Sussex National, Hever and Crowborough Beacon.In recent years the town has boomed commercially but still retains its Georgian and Victorian elegance.Tunbridge Wells is about 36 miles south of London and has a main line railway station for trains to The City, on the Hastings line, taking about 45 minutes.
It sits around 40 miles southwest of central London, making Tunbridge Wells a part of London's commuter belt.
There are also outstanding shopping facilities in the town, particularly at The Royal Victoria Place shopping mall and the Calverley Precinct where there are many, major national stores and a wide variety of individual shops.
On the edge of town is the North Farm retail park for further large stores, a cinema complex, ten pin bowling, fitness centres and further leisure facilities.
Situated along a popular lane close to the centre of Pembury village, this superb brand new semi-detached house has recently been completed to an excellent standard and is ready for immediate occupation.
The Area Royal Tunbridge Wells is a Spa town on the Kent and Sussex border, steeped in history and in the past formerly visited by Royalty and the gentry to take 'the restorative' spring waters.
For fishing, sailing and water sports there is Bewl Water and at the south coast towns of Eastbourne and Brighton, which are about 35 miles away, there are also the miles of open heathland of the famous Ashdown Forest for walking and riding.