The Kings Collection

Midhurst, West Sussex

A Collection of 56 new build apartments on the grounds of the King Edward VII Estate

The Kings Collection

56 new build apartments at City & Country’s multi award-winning development, King Edward VII Estate. The new phase will be known as The King’s Collection of the iconic West Sussex development.

Sitting within the picturesque South Downs National Park, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in West Sussex, the King Edward VII Estate is taking an exciting step forward as it breaks ground on its next phase. The development features outstanding homes, surrounded by 165 acres of unspoilt private grounds, Gertrude Jekyll designed gardens and woodland, just under an hour from London.

Consisting of three blocks of high quality, ultra-luxurious one- two- and three-bedroom new-build apartments nestled amongst native trees, this incredible collection will pay homage to its royal connections, named Imperial House, Sovereign House and Monarch House. There will also be a series of ultra-premium residences available, known as The State Apartments.

These exceptional properties will offer new residents the chance to invest in state-of-the-art, design-led homes, with all the trappings of modern convenience, including triple glazed windows, integrated Siemens appliances, with an upgrade option, matt flat panel kitchens as standard and lavish bathrooms with Villeroy & Bosh sanitaryware. All homes will also benefit from allocated parking, with selected properties also enjoying electric charging points.

Originally constructed between 1901 and 1906, the King Edward VII development main building, originally known as ‘The King’s Sanatorium’ was built in response to King Edward VII’s visit to a tuberculosis sanatorium while touring Germany, after which he instructed the construction of a British version in the heart of rural West Sussex.

The original Sanatorium site, which officially opened on 13th June 1906, was chosen as a place for rest, relaxation and recovery for those suffering with debilitating diseases, perfectly situated on a bright, south-facing hillside with open views to Sussex’s South Downs.

Following the eradication of tuberculosis, the sanatorium was transformed into a modern hospital, caring for all types of illnesses, eventually closing its doors in 2006. In 2009, City & Country acquired the Estate, with the aim to meticulously return it to its former glory.

The impressive estate comprises a mix of Grade II and Grade II* listed buildings, which have been fastidiously restored and converted into exceptional apartments, duplexes and houses, combining historical character with unparalleled modern convenience. The Kings Collection is the next step in this iconic development.

From spring 2025, interested buyers will be invited to explore the new phase of this development in the new marketing suite.

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Over 100 Years of Relaxation & Recuperation

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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