The conversion of the stunning Grade II* listed former sanatorium at King Edward VII Estate is almost complete, and the final phase of apartments has just been released for sale.
Built by award-winning heritage developer City & Country, these apartments offer sweeping views of the Estate’s historic chapel and the surrounding grounds. With either one or two bedrooms, each home features beautifully restored original windows alongside stylish interior specifications.
Originally designed by prodigious Arts & Crafts architects Charles Holden and Percy Adams, City & Country has restored and converted this striking building to its former glory, including communal areas which are now available exclusively for residents to use.
New home owners will also have access to the Estate’s beautifully restored Gertrude Jekyll Gardens which have been reinstated and are expertly maintained, whilst the chapel will soon be home to a contemporary indoor swimming pool.
The Estate is nestled in the heart of the South Downs National Park, ideally located a few miles from both Midhurst and Haslemere. Both towns are home to a range of shops, cafes and restaurants, whilst miles of stunning walking can be enjoyed in the surrounding South Downs.
Nadine Tomlinson, who owns a home in the sanatorium, said: “I love the area. Haslemere has some great shops and Midhurst is right on my doorstep. I’ve had friends to visit already and they have been particularly impressed by the restoration of the building and the finishes throughout my apartment.”
Suzanne Aplin, Sales & Marketing Director at City & Country added: “Since we launched the first homes within the sanatorium, so many people have fallen in love with the building and found their ideal home here. It really is a trophy address with the wow factor for family and friends, so don’t miss this last chance to live in this iconic historic building.”