In January 2005 we acquired Sundridge Park hotel and conference centre from Hanover International in a deal worth £15m. The impressive estate in Bromley boasted an historic 16-acre landscape which was originally designed by Humphry Repton in the 1790s, a 1970′s purpose built conference centre, a Grade II listed Coach House, built in 1836, and a Grade I listed Mansion House at the heart of the estate, surrounded by 175 acres of championship standard golf courses.
The magnificent main house, designed by John Nash in 1797, was originally built for Sir Claude Scott, the founder of Natwest Bank. The Mansion regularly played host to royalty including King Edward VII and Napoleon III.
We completed a deal to sell the 1970s conference centre and the Grade II listed Coach House to Millgate Homes with planning consent for 59 luxury apartments, two houses and seven luxury town houses.
Sundridge Park currently operates as a hotel, conference centre and wedding venue pending redevelopment.
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