City & Country has launched a new phase of apartments at award-winning King Edward VII Estate near Midhurst.
The South East Wing is a collection of one and two bedroom apartments that offer house hunters the last chance to buy one of the Estate’s homes that feature uninterrupted views of the South Downs National Park.
Located within the south east wing of the Grade II* listed Arts & Crafts building, these are also amongst the last properties which include private terraces, with ground level apartments benefitting from direct access to the landscaped grounds.
“It is highly unusual for house hunters to find new properties that boast panoramic views across the South Downs National Park and unheard of to also have access to reinstated Gertrude Jekyll gardens. These homes are a unique purchase, as they are the last of the south facing apartments on the development.’ says Suzanne Aplin, Sales & Marketing Director at City & Country.
She adds: “We have had a hugely successful run of sales over recent months as so much of the restoration is now finished, people can really appreciate how special the place is.”
The Estate has a distinguished history having been opened in 1906 by King Edward VII, with its grand buildings designed by Arts & Crafts architects Charles Holden and Percy Adams. Now, more than 100 years later, the Estate has been extensively restored by City & Country.
Benefits available to residents include a concierge service as well as exclusive access to a grand communal hall and reading room. A tennis court and swimming pool will be available in due course, subject to the stage of development.
Located just over three miles from the market town of Midhurst in the heart of the South Downs National Park, the Estate sits within 165 acres and has access to National Trust land. It is the perfect spot to enjoy the beautiful rolling countryside of the South Downs and all the activities it has to offer, including Cowdray Park and Goodwood, while the coast is a short drive away. The Estate is also conveniently located for commuting to London as Haslemere, just seven miles away, provides direct services to London Waterloo in less than an hour.