Buyers will soon be able to choose from a new selection of houses in Royal Tunbridge Wells at Taylor Wimpey's forthcoming Church View development.

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  • Buyers looking for the perfect property in Kent are being urged to register their interest in Church View, Taylor Wimpey's new collection of new homes in Tunbridge Wells.

    Just nine beautiful homes, including a pair of stylish two bedroom maisonettes and a choice of three and four bedroom houses, will be available at this exciting new Taylor Wimpey development, with full details and prices to be unveiled at the official launch in late September.

    Jason Stokes, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey, says: "Church View is already attracting a great deal of interest from aspiring buyers on the lookout for new homes for sale in Kent, as it is not often that such a beautiful collection of high quality homes comes on the market in such a great location."

    The new homes at Church View will enjoy a peaceful location in the established residential area of High Brooms, within easy reach of local shops and services, pubs and restaurants.

    High Brooms railway station is just a few minutes walk away, with direct rail services to London Bridge in less than 45 minutes, while bus services are just round the corner in Upper Grosvenor Road.

    Families will appreciate there are nurseries and schools for children of all ages close by, including St John's Primary CofE Primary School, which is just a stone's throw from the new homes and was rated as 'Good' with some 'Outstanding' features by Ofsted.

    The Skinners' School, Tunbridge Wells Girls' Grammar School and Tunbridge Wells Grammar School for Boys offer the option of a grammar school education.

    The charming centre of Royal Tunbridge Wells, famous for its elegant architecture - from Regency villas and large Victorian houses to pretty clapboard cottages - and unique 200 acre common, is just over a mile away from Church View.

    The Pantiles, the town's iconic Georgian colonnade, today houses a variety of specialist shops, art galleries, cafes, restaurants and bars as well as hosting a fortnightly farmers' market and various festivals throughout the year including a summer jazz season.

    Meanwhile, Royal Victoria Place shopping centre includes over 100 well known high street names all under one roof.

    Tunbridge Wells is well-located to access the region's roads network, and is just over 10 miles from the M25.

    Some information contained herein may have changed since it was first published. SmartNewHomes strongly advises you to seek current legal and/or financial advice from a qualified professional.

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