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King Edward VII Estate sits within the South Downs National Park (an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) in West Sussex, between Haslemere and Midhurst. It comprises a unique mix of Grade II and II* Listed buildings which have been meticulously restored and converted into exceptional apartments, duplexes and houses combining all the original character features of the existing buildings with stylish modern specifications.
In addition to the private homes at King Edward VII Estate there are a collection of impressive communal areas including a boutique style Lounge and Reading Room. And subject to the stage of development and demand there are also plans for a residents' gym, swimming pool and tennis court.
These extensive internal communal spaces mean home owners can cost effectively own their own piece of history with all the space and luxuries normally associated with a much larger home.
The gardens, originally planted by the acclaimed horticulturalist Gertrude Jekyll, have been replanted are once again coming to life for all residents to enjoy.
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The contemporary interiors are created using a palette of pastel colours which blend perfectly with the historic features of the properties. Each home has also been cleverly designed to maximise space and natural light, with careful attention paid to every detail of the interior finishes. The specification includes:
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Introducing King Edward VII Estate
The restoration and conversion of King Edward VII Estate continues with the release of a new collection of apartments
No. 95 King Edward VII Estate (CA23)
King Edward VII Estate, Midhurst, Sussex
This luxurious 2 bedroom apartment, located on the first floor...
The last time George Clarke visited King Edward VII Estate was back in 2013 prior to restoration works. Since returning, he has found the transformation to be simply stunning...