Your Move Tunbridge Wells Local Area Guide

How is the Tunbridge Wells property market performing?

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Average property price in Tunbridge Wells

Last 5 years
Based on the Land Registry data for properties sold within the postcodes that Your Move Tunbridge Wells covers.
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Average rental price in Tunbridge Wells

Last 12 months
Based on the advertised rental prices for properties to rent by Your Move Tunbridge Wells in the last 12 months from today's date.

Why move to Tunbridge Wells?

Royal Tunbridge Wells located in the South East of England and known famously for the historic Pantiles.

Boasting excellent schooling and great transport links connecting you to London and the rest of the country with ease. Royal Tunbridge Wells offers something for everyone of all ages and has a wide range of independent shops and eateries alongside the High Street favourites.


Transport and Travel

Royal Tunbridge Wells is serviced by two mainline stations, Tunbridge Wells & High Brooms both offering direct links into London in under an hour and direct links to the South Coast. Commute door to door with Centaur coach service to Canary Wharf and London from Tunbridge Wells providing various pick up points around the town. There are excellent bus routes to Tonbridge, Brighton, Bromley, Crowborough and Maidstone amongst other locations within the South East. Travelling by car, then the A21 offers easy access to the M25, Hastings, East Sussex and parts of Kent.


Parks and Recreation

Visit Dunorlan Park renowned for its amazing water fountain, Grecian temple and huge boating lake. It has its own café and is one of the biggest attractions in the area. Calverley Park offering a pop up ice rink and Christmas market, The Grove with its popular pub and the historic Hilbert Recreation ground offering the most amazing children's play park, cafe, skate park and bowles club.



Education in Royal Tunbridge Wells is one of the main attractions as to why so many across the country relocate here. Serviced by a wealth of boys and girls Grammar Schools together with Comprehensive Secondary and Primary schools boasting outstanding Ofsted reports.


Restaurant & Shopping

Royal Victoria Place Shopping Centre is the heart of the town and includes many family favourites such as Marks and Spencer and WH Smith. Central Market is part of the RVP where you can experience the gourmet food street market, choosing from a selection of world cuisines all with their own authentic feel whilst relaxing under the flowers and fairy lights in the outdoor communal seating area. The ever-popular Pantiles feature an array of independent cafes and bars and of course the popular Jazz on the Pantiles on a Thursday evening during the summer months.