Redevelopment of Sundridge Mansion, Bromley

Redevelopment of Sundridge Mansion, Bromley

The Grade I Listed Sundridge Mansion, currently a hotel and event venue located on a unique and sensitive site, will be refurbished and converted for residential use. The mansion was originally designed by Sir John Nash and it has associated 18th and 19th Century gardens and terraces which are Grade II Listed and originated to a design by the famous landscape designer Humphrey Repton. The existing mansion will be divided into 12 apartments; 8 will be contained within the existing fabric and spaces of the building, whilst 4 will be located in new extension to the rear. A separate building to the west of the mansion will also be converted to two further apartments. The division of the existing historic heart of the building is almost entirely governed by the existing layout and any discreet alterations that can be made without affecting the character of the house. The external appearance of the mansion will be restored and improved, and windows and doors to match those on the south side will be installed, similar to those of Nash’s original 18th Century designs.


Designed by Nigel Anderson