10 The Engine House Cottages (EG01)
Comprising a unique mix of Grade II and II* listed buildings which have been meticulously restored and converted into exceptional apartments, duplexes and houses whilst combining all the original character features of the existing buildings with a stylish modern specification.
The latest phase features ten beautiful, traditionally designed new build cottages that complement the historic buildings and boast light-filled, flexible living spaces. The homes are surrounded by 165 acres of glorious private woodland – hugely popular with the Estate’s many dog owners. The Gertrude Jekyll Gardens have been reinstated as closely to her original planting intentions and provide an oasis for residents to enjoy all year round. A number of measured walks have been restored and lead you to National Trust Land, perfect for those who love exploring and spending time in the great outdoors.
At King Edward VII Estate there is also a collection of fantastic communal areas, from the tranquil restored reading room with wonderful views of the landscaping, to the boutique lounge where residents can socialise and enjoy a cup of tea or coffee. The exceptional facilities also include a private gym, spa-style swimming pool and steam room. Convenience, efficiency and a warm welcome are provided by the estate’s Concierge, who can accept deliveries and hold keys.
Awards (Since 2019)
Evening Standard New Homes Awards 2023 – Winner of Best Conversion for The Engine House
Sussex Heritage Trust Awards 2023 – Winner of Landscape & Gardens and Large-Scale Residential
WhatHouse? Awards 2022 – Bronze for Best Renovation
South Downs National Park Design Awards 2019 – Conservation Winner
BSG Environmental Awards 2019 – Winner
We celebrated a dual triumph in the Best Conversion category with Highly Commended for The Kitchen Yard at The 1840, St George’s Gardens, while the ultimate winner in this category was The Engine House at King Edward VII Estate. We were also awarded Best Out of London Home for The Lakehouse North at St Osyth Priory.
Thanks to everyone for their support and a big congratulations to all the winners and nominees!CONTACT US
We are delighted to share the news that we have been named as finalists in this year’s Housebuilders Awards for ‘Best Refurbishment Project of the Year 2023’
We look forward to the Awards ceremony in November!CONTACT US
We’re proud to announce that King Edward VII Estate has been declared as the winner for both the Landscape & Gardens and Large-Scale Residential categories at The Sussex Heritage Trust Awards.
Referring to the Landscape & Gardens category the judges said “An amazing refurbishment of the original Jekyll garden. A joy to see it.”
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10 The Engine House Cottages (EG01)
Traditional hand painted in-frame shaker doors in classic dark grey
Marble style stone worktops with matching upstands and splashbacks
Stainless steel undermount sinks with chrome monobloc mixer tap
Appliances from Siemens including single and combination oven/microwave, induction hob, integrated dishwasher and fridge/freezer
Modern wall hung Laufen Pro sanitaryware to all bathrooms
Chrome brassware from Hansgrohe – monobloc mixer taps and concealed shower valves
Glass shower screens from Simpsons
Heated towel rails to bathrooms
Selection of contemporary porcelain and ceramic tiles to floors and walls
Amtico Spacia range in Sunbleached Oak laid in herringbone to kitchen and living/dining areas
100% wool carpets to all bedrooms and some stairs
Existing terrazzo or new terrazzo style tiling to entrance halls
Porcelain and ceramic tiles to bathrooms and en- suites
Fulton & Bray polished brass ironmongery to internal doors
Traditional shaker style panel doors painted in a classic dark grey
Wardrobes to all principal bedrooms
High speed fibre broadband and landline access. Communal sky satellite dish and Freeview digital terrestrial
LED under wall unit lighting to kitchens. LED downlights to bathrooms
Pendant fittings to living areas and bedrooms
Shaver sockets to bathrooms and en-suites
Intruder alarm to all homes
Mains operated smoke detectors.
Gas powered central heating via individual boilers
Underfloor heating to ground floor
Cast iron style radiators to first and second floors
Danfoss Icon thermostat
Terraces and balconies finished to a high standard with stylish porcelain tiles
Rear gardens beautifully turfed with shrub beds
Stone paving to garden level terraces
Images are indicative of the quality of finish at King Edward VII Estate. Please speak to the Sales Team for more details. The information in this document is intended as a guide only and is subject to change without prior notice. Accordingly, due to the City & Country policy of continual improvement, the finished product may vary from the information provided and City & Country reserves the right to amend the specification.
The on-site concierge provides residents with peace of mind and is on hand to assist with daily tasks.
Boutique Communal Spaces
Unwind and socialise with neighbours in the drawing room whilst enjoying a refreshment or spend time in the beautifully restored reading room with your favourite novel whilst taking in the glorious views of the landscaped gardens.
King Edward VII Estate is more than just a place to live; its somewhere to feel completely at home in a tranquil setting. Residents have access to an array of quality on-site facilities including a spa-style swimming pool, steam room and gymnasium.
With a 165-acre estate right on your doorstep, residents are spoilt for choice when it comes to exploring, they can roam in the peaceful woodland with their dog or unwind in the Gertrude Jekyll Gardens.
City & Country's understanding of historic buildings is matched by the team's passion for and dedication to creating amazing homes out of interesting spaces. If you love technically challenging buildings, then the variety of work that City & Country can offer really is a dream come true.Vicky and Sam Smith
The Duke of Cumberland Arms (Country Pub) - 1.4 miles
This multi-award winning restaurant uses organic meat and produce from local farms to create their delicious dishes. Owner and Head Chef, Simon Goodman, has over 20 years’ experience and is the proud winner of the ‘Pub Chef of the Year’ award.
Cowdray Estate Farmshop and Café - 2.9 miles
The award-winning Cowdray Farm Shop and Café is located at the heart of the Cowdray Estate and offers a Traditional Butchery and Deli Counter selling a variety of products from the Cowdray Estate and other local suppliers. The café is open for breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea.
Tilly’s of Midhurst (Tea Room) - 3.3 miles
Tilly’s of Midhurst is a family-run tea-room where you will find delicious homemade soups, freshly prepared savoury tarts as well as scones, cakes and other baked goods.
The Spread Eagle Hotel - 4.5 miles
This luxurious and charming hotel is housed in one of England’s oldest coaching inns and offers breakfast, mid-morning coffee, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner, using fresh, locally sourced ingredients.
Lythe Hill Hotel & Spa - 8.1 miles
Located in a magnificent Grade 2 listed Tudor building on the outskirts of Haslemere, the Lythe Hill Hotel enjoys a picturesque setting and boasts a fabulous restaurant, spa, fitness and health club.
Midhurst - 3.3 miles
The small market town of Midhurst offers a range of restaurants, shops and other local amenities.
Haslemere - 7.2 miles
Haslemere market town offers boutique shops, independent restaurants and cafes as well as a bakery, deli and fishmonger.
Chichester - 15.2 miles
The cathedral city of Chichester boasts a bustling high street with a wide range of shops and restaurants.
Guildford - 21.6 miles
Historic and vibrant with its quaint cobbled High Street, riverside location and wealth of attractions and shops, Guildford is a perfect destination for a great day out.
Easebourne C of E Primary School - 2.5 miles
Midhurst C of E Primary School - 3.7 miles
Churcher's College Junior School (Private Preparatory) - 7.7 miles
Cranleigh Preparatory School - 20.7 miles
Midhurst Rother College (State Secondary) - 3.3 miles
Charterhouse School (Private Secondary) - 17.6 miles
St Catherine’s School (Private Secondary) - 20 miles
Cranleigh School (Private Secondary) - 20.7 miles
Cowdray Park - 2.7 miles
Cowdray Park offers a range of country pursuits and boasts a Championship golf course, award-winning clay-pigeon shooting school, fly-fishing, riding and polo club.
The Midhurst Gallery - 3.7 miles
The Midhurst Gallery, situated in the historic market town of Midhurst is an independent retail shop and predominantly sells Fine Art and Prints, in addition to artists’ materials and greeting cards.
The Spread Eagle Hotel - 4.5 miles
Offering a Scandinavian-style spa with an indoor heated pool, jacuzzi spa pool and air-conditioned fitness suite. Spa treatments and spa packages are also available.
Haslemere Lawn Tennis Club - 6.7 miles
Offering a full programme of tennis coaching, club and squad sessions, the club is open to all ages and abilities and features 4 floodlit tennis courts and a clubhouse.
Old Thorns Manor Hotel Golf & Country Estate - 10.1 miles
Old Thorns Manor Hotel Golf & Country Estate features an 18-hole golf course alongside its state-of-the-art health club and spa facilities.
Champneys Forest Mere - 10.4 miles
This secluded lakeside resort is surrounded by 160 acres of woodland and offers the perfect getaway.
Chichester Yatch Club - 19.7 miles
Chichester Yacht Club is an all year-round members’ club and offers training courses for members and non-members of all ages.
Haslemere Station - 7.2 miles
Haslemere to London Waterloo (Direct Train) – 57 minutes
Petersfield Station - 13.3 miles
Petersfield to London Waterloo (Direct Train) – 1h 21 minutes
Heathrow Airport - 43.0 miles
Gatwick Airport - 39.1 miles
M25 - 30.8 miles
M3 - 31.7 miles
M23 - 31.8 miles
M4 - 43.6 miles
In 1901, when impressed by a tuberculosis sanatorium he visited while touring Germany, King Edward VII decided to found one similar in England.
The site chosen was a bright, south-facing hillside near Midhurst with open views of the South Downs.
The King’s sanatorium was founded in 1901 to care for those suffering from tuberculosis and was officially opened on the 13th June 1906 by His Majesty King Edward VII.
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