A range of exceptional heritage homes are for sale at King Edward VII Estate near Midhurst. Built by award-winning developer City & Country, these unique properties have been designed to offer luxurious living in a tranquil country setting.
The properties range widely in size and location within the main sanatorium building. There are a number of stylish one, two and three bedroom apartments offering a variety of spectacular views – over the South Downs National Park, the nationally significant restored landscaped gardens designed by Gertrude Jekyll, or the Estate’s striking Grade II* Listed chapel.
Apartments at the Estate are perfect for either full time country living or as a weekend retreat. Contemporary garden level apartments feature private terraces with views and direct access to the landscaped grounds, whilst other impressive homes currently available include a range of spacious two bedroom apartments with private terraces overlooking the gardens and a unique three bedroom duplex loft apartment.
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.
Discussing the Estate, resident Georgina Walters says: “Everyone at the Estate is so friendly and there is a very sociable atmosphere with a number of informal gatherings organised between neighbours. The gardens are looking lovely, and when the walks are opened up into the woodland it will be fantastic. For anyone who enjoys the outdoors and walking then this is a super spot. Fantastic location, a beautiful building and lovely gardens – I love it!”
Located just over three miles from the market town of Midhurst in the heart of the South Downs
National Park, the Estate site 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.
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, City & Country has breathed new life into this private jewel in the West Sussex countryside.