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Mayfield Grange, Mayfield, Sussex, TN20 6BF
Uninhabited for the last couple of years, The Great Hall has been extensively restored and refurbished to provide 12 spacious apartments.
With history incorporated on a grand scale, Mayfield Grange has properties to excite the most selective of purchasers. Approached down a lightly wooded, landscaped drive, the development, set in 20 acres of grounds, centres around “The Great Hall”. Designed in 1865 by the renowned architect Edward Pugin, the building was for many years an educational establishment run by Xavarian monks. Considered an important example of the Victorian Gothic style, it has been classified as Grade II listed, as has the adjoining Chapel, itself a shining example of the ornate and elaborate style of the Catholic Church at that time.
Extensive grounds have been sensitively developed to offer a selection of new properties designed to reflect the grandeur of the main building. Twelve brand new executive houses, designed and built to a high specification, have been positioned in a select enclave adjacent to the refurbished “St Michaels” itself a detached house dating back to Victorian Times; with a further two new build family homes in the woods.
Two luxurious apartment complexes, again designed to sit discreetly within the landscape, have been built to more than meet the expectations of the most demanding of buyers.
Stunning panoramic views over the surrounding open countryside, and the added charm of the village cricket pitch facing out across the front of The Great Hall makes this one of the best kept secrets of the south eastern corner of England.