New apartments for sale in Bromley - The Mansion at Sundridge Park
The Mansion at Sundridge Park is a beautiful Grade I listed mansion house situated in Bromley, London. The Mansion was originally designed by the eminent architect John Nash in the 18th Century, with its surrounding estate and gardens planned by the acclaimed landscape designer Humphry Repton.
The Mansion and surrounding landscape will now be transformed into an exclusive collection of just 22 luxury restored apartments in Bromley. Each of these grand apartments has been meticulously designed to optimise natural light and make the most of the period features which have been expertly restored. Owners of properties within The Mansion will benefit from the exclusive setting of the development within the Sundridge Park golf course, beautifully maintained landscaping and excellent specification.
In addition to the luxurious apartments there are also a collection of fantastic facilities and a communal area which has been beautifully designed and decorated to complement the history of the building. Residents will benefit from the sweeping setting of sculptured gardens and wonderful woodland walks in glorious surroundings, which offer unique character that was a product of the visionary talent of Humphry Repton.
City & Country and Sundridge Park Golf Club are delighted to offer residents of The Mansion one year’s complementary social membership. Should you wish to become full members of the Golf Club, you can also bypass the waiting list and take immediate advantage of this fantastic amenity right on the doorstep.
Ideally located, The Mansion offers swift links into central London; Sundridge Park to London Bridge - 21 minutes (via Grove Park) and Bromley South to London Victoria - 21 minutes*.
*Distances taken from Google Maps. Fastest train times are shown and may include changes. Taken from National Rail.
Interested parties should register their interest to be invited to an exclusive pre-view before the development launches to the public before Christmas.