Sundridge Park homes on market
Wed 15 July 2015, 5:23 pm
A four-bedroom townhouse set over three floors is available to view at Sundridge Park in Bromley, as developer Millgate releases townhouses and apartments at the country estate scheme to market.
Once owned by nobility, frequented by royalty and regarded as one of the region’s finest country estates, Millgate’s aim was to take the Georgian feel as design inspiration.
The history of the estate dates back to the 19th century, when the Prince of Wales – later King Edward VII – regularly came to pheasant shoots at Sundridge Park at the invitation of its owner and his friend, Sir Samuel Henry Scott. Napoleon III – nephew of Napoleon Bonaparte – was also a regular visitor, figuring as a guest of honour at London society events of the time.
The interior of the show home was designed by Alexander James and includes bespoke furniture and specially commissioned artwork.
Jonathan Cranley, sales and marketing director for Millgate, said: “Sundridge Park has an esteemed history as one of the most complete examples of a [Humphrey] Repton and [John] Nash masterpiece, as well as having been a favourite haunt of royals in the past.
“That vision two hundred years ago to create an exclusive English country living experience is something that remains central to our plans for Sundridge Park. As we unveil the new show home, we are sure that purchasers will be impressed with this modern interpretation of regency grandeur.”
Prices start at £695,000 for an apartment and £1,250,000 for a townhouse. The two detached mansions are priced at £3,095,000 and £3,250,000.