Sion House is a detached, Grade II listed Georgian town house lying on a quiet street close to the Pantiles in the oldest part of Royal Tunbridge Wells. The property is reputed to date back to 1688, making it one of the first houses ever built in the town. Sion House has been sympathetically restored by the current owners. The work includes stunning leisure facilities on the lower ground floor including the installation of a state of the art home cinema, gymnasium, sauna, steam shower, hot tub, plunge pool (former spa water well) and a granite top bar with a pool table. Outside there is a second larger swim/spa. Area Details Tunbridge Wells is an attractive former spa town with a host of fine shops, pubs and restaurants. Within a 3 minute walk is a large common with outcrops of large sandstone rocks. Guests may wish to travel from London by train. The journey time is 40 minutes from Charing Cross and the house is 5 minutes from Tunbridge Wells station. Within 10 minutes is Ashdown Forest. Within 20 minutes drive of the town is a great selection of heritage properties and stately homes to visit in the Kent Weald, including Penshurst Place, Hever Castle, Scotney Castle. The coast at Eastbourne and Brighton is a 45 minute drive.
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