Calverley Park Crescent

This landmark building in the centre of Tunbridge Wells was designed by renowned local architect Decimus Burton between 1828-1835.

Built of local honey-coloured stone the crescent is listed Grade II* and was originally designated as a promenade of shops and lodging houses, this venture was unsuccessful and after a relatively short period of time, the crescent was converted to houses.

We have worked with three separate clients on individual townhouses, numbers 10, 15 and 17.

All projects have been to sensitively refurbished and upgraded for modern day living and to open up the entry level rooms to create a light-filled space which spans from the front promenade to the rear. In each space, a family kitchen and living space have been created.

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