The finest address in Kent 200 years ago, historic Sundridge Park Estate in Bromley looks set to reappear on the top homes map again this century.
Millgate Homes has received planning permission to refurbish the 19th century coach house and replace the Sixties Butten building with a sympathetic design derived from the Grade-I listed John Nash mansion at the heart of the estate.
Renowned architect Robert Adam, one of the most eminent classical architects today, has been appointed by the developer to ensure the new homes will be in keeping with Nash?s original blueprint.
The scheme will provide 11 two-bed apartments, 32 three-bed apartments and 13 three to five-bedroom houses, as well as a concierge service and residents? health club alongside the two golf courses already on site.
?This is a very rare site and we are excited by the prospect of creating a building worthy of Sundridge Park?s heritage – one that John Nash himself would be proud,? says Graeme Simpson, managing director for Millgate Homes.
As part of the re-development, Millgate also will restore the historic Repton gardens and terraces, artfully hiding car parking spaces underground so they won?t blight the mature landscaping of the grounds.