Tunbridge is a detached Georgian country house and former rectory from 1803. The property consists of a main house and a coachhouse, with five large bedrooms in the main house and an additional two in the apartment.
The ground floor consists of a large formal dining room with an open fire, overlooking the grounds, a large drawing room, a library/TV room, a family room, a guest W/C, and a large eat-in kitchen with a kitchen island and separate eating area. In addition, there is a pantry, utility kitchen, and locker room.
The house has been lovingly restored over a period of three years with help of House and Garden's Interior Designer of the Year, Maddux.
Upstairs has five bedrooms, four of them with ensuite bathrooms, and one additional office.
The old stables have been transformed into an event space with an adjoining professional chefs kitchen with large steel glass doors.
The above coachhouse consists of a living room, a kitchenette, two more bedrooms, and a bathroom.
The grounds are approximately 27 acres, including fields with sheep and alpacas, a fruit orchard, woodlands.