City & Country sets new record at the WhatHouse? Awards 2023
A Grade- I Apartment in England’s Historic Sundridge Park. Located 18 minutes from the center of London, this property offers an easy commute to the city
The Mansion at Sundridge Park, a Grade- I listed property, has a vast estate and gardens designed by 18th century British landscape designer Humphry Repton. The mansion boasts an impressive parthenon- like exterior with Corinthian columns that greet visitors. The gardens in front are well maintained.
Within the mansion, the apartment’s “most striking feature is the mansion’s spectacular former ballroom, which boasts restored features such as original cornicing, ceiling murals and floor- to- ceiling windows, flooding the double – height room with light,” a spokesperson from City & Country said.
The property has won multiple awards including the 2019 Evening Standard Award for Best Apartment and the 2019 Evening Standard Award Special Commendation for Outstanding Architectural Merit.
The home was once owned by the Bishop of Rochester and was passed down through multiple lines of English nobility, according to City & Country’s in- house historians.
The apartment has 2,382 square feet, three bedrooms, two shower rooms, and one bathroom. Design Pedigree- -century for creating neoclassical homes- residences that emulate Ancient Greek and Roman Styles. Amenities- Neighbourhood Notes-
Originally a market town, Bromley keeps its quanit atmosphere in the modern day. Many shops that are British staples are located in the mall, such as Boots, Holland & Barteyy, and Marks & Spencer.
The home also features an easy commute to London via train. It is 27 minutes by train to London Bridge from Sundridge Park station and 18 minutes to London Vicotira by Bromley South station.