King Edward VII Estate
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King Edward VII Estate sits within the South Downs National Park in West Sussex, between Haslemere and Midhurst.
The estate comprises a unique mix of Grade II and II* listed buildings which have been meticulously restored and converted into exceptional apartments, duplexes and houses combining all the original character features of the existing buildings with a stylish modern specification. In addition to the private homes at King Edward VII Estate there are also a collection of fantastic communal areas and facilities including a private gym, swimming pool and steam room, concierge service, landscaped gardens, reading room, and a boutique lounge where residents can enjoy a cup of tea or coffee from the servery.
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.
Our Sales Suite is open, Thursday to Monday from 10am to 5pm. Contact the team to book your appointment.
Our Sales Suites and Show Homes are still open by appointment only.
We would like to inform you that during the most recent lockdown period in England our Sales Suites will be open. In addition, following the recent update to the COVID-19 restrictions in Scotland, The Playfair at Donaldson’s remains open by appointment only.