Muskerry Court, Nellington Road, Rusthall, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN4 8SX
Properties at Muskerry Court are set in a classical English parkland setting towards the edge of the village. Drawing on architectural inspiration provided in Royal Tunbridge Wells by Decimus Burton, Muskerry Court consists of a mixture of cottages and apartments set around a central courtyard garden. Situated on the Western outskirts of Royal Tunbridge Wells the village of Rusthall offers useful local shops and a medical centre.
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Muskerry Court is situated off Nellington Road close to shops in the centre of Rusthall and consists of 23 flats and houses completed in 2001.
Facilities include a resident manager and emergency alarm service, lifts, guest room, communal laundry and attractive gardens and grounds.
Rusthall is a small village just off the A264 to the west of Tunbridge Wells with local shops and close to the golf course at Lower Green.
Tunbridge Wells is a particularly attractive town which developed as a spa in the seventeenth century after Charles II's mother, Henrietta Maria, came here. It was further popularised a century later when Beau Nash, who had done much to promote Bath, became master of ceremonies. Today it is a bustling town famous for the tree-lined Pantiles and its Regency arcade.
Muskerry Court is managed by Cognatum Limited who maintain, repair and insure all the buildings, arrange window cleaning and refuse collection and tends to the gardens and grounds, thereby freeing owners from these responsibilities. Cognatum is keenly aware of the importance of keeping costs down and these are always carefully controlled. Owners are consulted annually with regard to all expenditure and services. For further information contact Cognatum on 01491 615961If you want to call the management company direct call 01491 821170, or if you want to contact the development direct, call
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