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Seven new apartments in Tunbridge Wells are in a former bank

Georgian style blends beautifully with luxury interiors at apartments in a rather grand former bank.

The old NatWest Bank, at London Road, Southborough, Tunbridge Wells, has been redeveloped to create seven two and three-bedroom apartments, priced from £270,000.

New life at an old NatWest bank building
New life at an old NatWest bank building

Buyers will love German-built kitchens by Häcker, Bosch appliances, Italian tiles, designer radiators and fitted wardrobes. Balconies and private courtyard gardens give outdoor space.

There’s a secure video entry system, bicycle storage and 10-year warranties.

Bus routes are on the doorstep and it’s a short walk to High Brooms train station, seven schools and a sports centre.

Rebecca O’Connor, of selling agent Leaders, says: “The heritage of this lovely old building’s past has been beautifully captured.

"This is a great spot, with everything you need right on the doorstep.”

Enjoy some outdoor space
Enjoy some outdoor space

For information ring the agent on 01732 773101

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