Community Focus - Royal Tunbridge Wells

Posted on: 24 January 2020

Community Focus - Royal Tunbridge Wells

Royal Tunbridge Wells is one of Kent’s best regarded towns. Set in the High Weald, an area of outstanding natural beauty, and surrounded by picturesque villages, this fashionable Georgian town is filled with charming boutiques, Michelin-starred restaurants and plenty of green spaces. The town was founded on the site of a natural spring discovered in 1606 and its name was derived from the neighbouring town, the Tonbridge Well.

The historic heart of Tunbridge Wells is the old High Street, Chapel Place and The Pantiles with a collection of independent boutiques, jewellers, art galleries, cafes, bars and restaurants housed within pretty period properties. Vintage fairs, live music and food festivals all make an appearance throughout the year and the summertime café culture helped it achieve top three in the Great British High Street Awards. At the other end of Tunbridge Wells is a large shopping centre and precinct with many high street brands.

The area is known for its elegant Georgian townhouses, large family homes, spacious apartments and luxury residential developments, and many residential properties in Tunbridge Wells are within easy walking distance of the town centre and train station. Tunbridge Wells is popular with commuters who are keen to combine larger family properties and green spaces with the ability to get into central London in under an hour by train. Local road links are equally useful with the M25 and A21 on your doorstep.

Whilst Tunbridge Wells has all the amenities you’d expect of a large and prosperous town, it also has the added benefit that it is dotted with large parks and green spaces. Tunbridge Wells falls under the management of Kent County Council and Tunbridge Wells Borough Council, and also hosts the main Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust Hospital within the local area.

hunni homes local branch is situated on the outskirts of Royal Tunbridge Wells in the High Brooms area. hunni homes took the local market by storm with their arrival in 2017, with our extensive local knowledge combined with decades of property experience seeing us rise rapidly to being one of the leading local estate agents in the area. hunni homes prides itself on truly being, your local estate agent.


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