High Hilden House

Tonbridge, Kent

The site is of irregular shape being relatively flat and extending to approx. 0.534 H.A (1.32 acres). The property is approached via a private access and comprises a beautiful architectural designed Edwardian House built in 1906 originally as a residential home to a local family and then converted to a home for the elderly in 1946 with later extensions in the 1950’s and 1989.

The property with the majority double glazed briefly comprises: -

Basement Boiler Room, electricity supply room, store/lift room, store

Ground Floor Impressive entrance hall, 14 bedrooms plus further bedroom with en-suite and visitors room, 3 sitting rooms, dining room, kitchen, larder, scullery, medical room, various auxiliary rooms, large conservatory, 2 lift shafts, rear secondary staircase

First Floor 20 bedrooms of which 9 have en-suite facilities, 2 separate bathrooms,

2 lift shafts

Second Floor 4 administration rooms, activities room, hairdressing room, archives room, staff room, 2 separate w/c’s – suite 2015 including en-suite bathroom/store, one lift shaft from first floor.

We understand from the trustees surveyors that the property extends to approx. 21500 sq ft internally measured from ) Interested parties are invited to do there own.

We have not carried out any form of structural survey, but from our brief inspection the property did appear generally sound.

Planning officers response to Sigma Planning regarding alternative uses - Correspondence between Sigma panning acting on behalf of the trusteess and Emma Keefe, Tonbridge & Malling Council (to be updated)




Contact : Peter Randall