The apartments at Slaugham Manor, a Jacobean Architecture manor house, are nestled in the Mid Sussex countryside complete with 2 x parking spaces.
About Slaugham Manor
Completed in 1901 with the original building designed in the Jacobean revival style by Arts and Craft architect Walter Ernest Tower. Slaugham Manor was originally built as a private home & was later converted to a hotel. The next chapter in its life, spanning some 40 years, sees the building showcase conferences, training facilities and accommodation for Sussex Police.
The Manor was then acquired by Martin Homes who throughout the renovation have paid great attention to the original architectural features of the house and many of these have been retained and copied in the conversion.
Examples being distinctive battlement rainwater hoppers to the striking Elizabethan style chimney stacks and imposing stone lions which keep watch over the front entrance.
Combined with restored mullioned windows, a magnificent hallway and staircase and the application of marble and granite in abundance the apartments and high specification invigorate and enhance the buildings stately character. The 9 new apartments within the Manor have been individually designed to provide maximum space, as well as affording every modern convenience of a contemporary home. Each has a generously proportioned open plan layout to the principal living areas, providing for light and airy entertaining areas.