Waltz into a new home at Sundridge Mansion

new home at sundridge park - city & country

A remarkable new home boasting its own spectacular ballroom is for sale at The Mansion at Sundridge Park in Bromley.

Named The Wyatt after famed architect Samuel Wyatt who designed many of the original internal features of the home, the property has passed through generations of English nobility and was once home to the Bishop of Rochester.

Award-winning heritage developer City & Country has crafted this unique home from the original Sundridge Mansion; an outstanding Grade I Listed mansion designed by legendary architect John Nash, with the surrounding gardens designed by renowned landscape designer Humphry Repton. The mansion is now a boutique collection of 22 new homes.

The Wyatt is undoubtedly one of the most spectacular of these new homes, with its magnificent 792ft2 drawing room, located in the original ballroom, that boasts restored features such as original cornicing, ceiling murals and floor-to-ceiling windows, flooding the double-height room with light.

This large three bedroom home is spread over nearly 2400 sq ft and also features a private terrace.

“This property is completely unique, thanks to the stunning space in the former ballroom.” says Suzanne Aplin, Sales & Marketing Director at City & Country. “The Wyatt is a majestic home that really offers the wow factor. It combines modern amenities such as underfloor heating and  a contemporary hand made kitchen, while maintaining the heritage this breath-taking building possesses through meticulously restored features, such as the beautiful ceiling plasterwork and paintings.”

The Sundridge Estate dates back to 1200, with the mansion recognised as a nationally significant heritage asset which owes its existence today to Edward George Lind, who in 1792 set about greatly improving the estate.

City & Country has painstakingly restored and converted the building into a collection of spectacular period properties. As part of the conversion, an abundance of original features have been retained and enhanced, including unique alcoves with original decorative plasterwork, wall and ceiling cornicing, window shutters and oak fireplaces.