The Grade 1-listed former coach house at Sundridge Park near Bromley has been converted into a selection of four and three-bedroom houses by Millgate Homes.
Built to resemble classic mews-style living, the houses have retained original features which have been combined with modern interiors such as Mark Wilkinson kitchens.
The coach houses were originally designed by James Wyatt and form part of a stunning setting at Sundridge Park that is rich in neo-classical architecture. Originally a Victorian manor house inspired by John Nash and with scenic grounds designed by renowned landscaper Humphry Repton, the house is currently used as a conference centre.
Owners of the coach houses will be able to enjoy the parks and gardens of Sundrige Park, which is just 12 miles from central London. In addition to the coach house renovation, there are a collection of new-build apartments, designed by the country house architect, Robert Adam.
On-site facilities for the owners will include a concierge, leisure centre, swimming pool and spa.
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For sale through Savills (01732 789 700) start at £900,000 rising to £5 million. Visit www.sundridge-park.co.uk