Montier Place

Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN2 5FP

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from £550,000

Key features

Healthihouse™ specification

Estate Management service

Private terraces or balconies

Energy-efficient and easy to maintain

Beautifully-landscaped and fully-maintained communal gardens

Within easy reach of the vibrant town centre

10 year warranty

Residents lounge for communal events

Development highlights

  • Designed exclusively for the over 55s

  • 40 one and two-bedroom apartments 

  • Less than half a mile from The Pantiles and from the High Street

  • Overlooking Tunbridge Wells Common 

  • High quality specification 

  • Allocated parking 

  • Energy-efficient and easy maintain

  • Estate Management service

Set within landscaped gardens and overlooking Tunbridge Wells Common, this new retirement development is located within easy reach of The Pantiles and Tunbridge Wells High Street – and there’s a branch of Sainsbury’s within a few minutes’ walk.

The 40 one and two-bedroom apartments are energy-efficient, easily maintained and feature a high-quality specification.  Each new home has outside space – either a terrace or a balcony as well as surface or undercroft parking. 

The development will feature an elegant residents’ lounge and a luxurious guest suite which may be booked for visiting family and friends. 

An Estate Manager will be on hand to maintain the development including the landscaped setting, to offer help and advice and to keep an eye on properties when the owners are away.


Downsize without compromise in Tunbridge Wells

Each new or converted Beechcroft home at the new development on Eridge Road will provide plenty of light-filled living space, designed according to Beechcroft’s principle of creating high-quality homes with an abundance of living space.

The fixtures and fittings are of the highest quality; kitchens include bespoke cabinets and a full range of top brand appliances, bathrooms include vanity units and mirrors, wardrobes are fitted in the main bedrooms and flooring, including carpeting, is included. Where possible, each new home will feature outside space – in the form of a terrace, balcony, private garden or a combination of these, along with allocated parking. The landscaped gardens will be a delight with a variety of plants to provide texture, colour and year-round interest. 


An ideal retirement location

Royal Tunbridge Wells is famed for its glorious parks and commons: the new development on at Montier Place, Eridge Road overlooks Tunbridge Wells Common, one of the town’s finest green, open spaces.

In the heart of town, Calverley Grounds is a wonderful place to stroll, enjoy a coffee, listen to live music in the summer or watch skaters on the winter ice rink.  Grosvenor and Hilbert Park feature lakes, grottoes and winding walks.  There’s plenty to do and see on a day out. 

In Lamberhurst, at Scotney Castle, there’s an Elizabeth manor and a moated medieval castle set in romantic gardens with a background of woodland.  There’s parkland to explore at Salomons Estate and the historic house, now a hotel, serves afternoon tea. 

One of the most famous of the local attractions is historic Penshurst Place and Gardens, once owned by Henry VIII but home to the Sidney family for the last 460 years. 

Ashdown Forest, less than 15 miles from Tunbridge Wells, is a delightful place to walk, cycle or horse-ride and younger family members will enjoy a visit to what was the inspiration for Winnie-the-Pooh’s Hundred-Acre Wood.

The Pantiles is home to over 70 independent stores, art galleries, cafés, restaurants and bars.  There’s nothing nicer than relaxing with a coffee at one of the pavement cafes and listening to live music or spending a morning browsing the designer boutiques. The town is home to Hoopers and Fenwick’s Department Stores and to the award-winning Victoria Place Shopping Centre.

There are plenty of places to eat and drink. Thackeray’s is set in a building once owned by the novelist, William Makepeace Thackeray and, in the Pantiles, there’s Sankey’s The Old Fish Market Champagne & Seafood Bar.  Well-known chain restaurants in Tunbridge Wells including The Giggling Squid, Zizzi, Ask and Prezzo.  For a special occasion, there’s The Ivy and the Hotel du Vin.

In addition to the branch of Sainsbury’s near the development, there’s a branch of M & S Simply Food in Tunbridge Wells and twice-monthly farmers’ markets and there’s a branch of Waitrose in nearby Tonbridge and Crowborough.


The best connections

Direct rail services run to London’s Charing Cross and Cannon Street stations from Tunbridge Wells with a journey time of around an hour.

By road, central London is approximately 30 miles away. Tunbridge Wells is situated close to the A21 and junction 5 of the M25, about 10 miles away, provides access to the national motorway network.

From the A21, take the A26 turning to and traveling through Southborough.  Head south on the A26 London Road, towards Hythe Close. Go through four roundabouts, still following the A26 and you will arrive at Montier Place on Eridge Road.

If you’re travelling abroad, London Gatwick Airport is just 22 miles away via the A264 and Ashford International Station, with trains to the Continent, is 32 miles away.


Discover a new beginning with Beechcroft

With 40 years’ experience in the creation of award-winning developments for the over 55s, Beechcroft selects sites in the most desirable villages and market towns in the southern counties.

Our beautifully crafted houses and apartments are stylish, energy-efficient, easily maintained and a delight to live in. Every home provides plenty of living space but fewer bedrooms than a family home and either a terrace, balcony or private garden.

Inspired by local architecture, each Beechcroft scheme is unique, complementing the local area. Rather than being a ‘finishing touch’, landscaping is integral to the development – carefully planned and lovingly planted.

An Estate Manager is responsible for maintaining the development, being on hand to offer help and advice and keeping an eye on properties whilst owners are away – giving you peace of mind when travelling at home or abroad.

What people say...

A park in Tunbridge Wells

Tunbridge Wells; a town famed for its glorious parks

Swathes of heathland, woodland and parkland are a feature of the local lifestyle in Tunbridge Wells and most of the green open spaces are within walking distance of Montier Place.

Find out more about Tunbridge Wells

Behind the name: Montier Place

Established in the early 17th century, Tunbridge Wells has a rich architectural heritage and is particularly well known for its Georgian buildings. 

When creating its new development of 40 elegant retirement apartments on Eridge Road, overlooking Tunbridge Wells Common, the Beechcroft team was keen to acknowledge the architects who had shaped the town and the obvious choice was John Montier, an architect and surveyor, who remodelled Eridge Castle in 1825 and designed many of the estate houses and village school.

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