The exclusive and luxurious swimming pool will have its own changing facilities, a sauna, steam room and large circular Jacuzzi. The residents’ private gym will offer work out and resistance equipment and there will also be a new tennis court adjacent to Lords Common.* The restored Gertrude Jekyll Gardens and, in the wider Estate, signposted measured walks will offer the opportunity for residents to enjoy the fresh air. To the west of the main sanatorium, the fantastic Grade II* Listed chapel takes its place at the heart of the King Edward VII Estate community, with plans for a café/shop and function suite. For convenience, a concierge service and a Haslemere station shuttle service* will be available.
*SUBJECT TO STAGE OF DEVELOPMENT/LEVEL OF DEMAND
The Perfect Location for Walking
The South Downs Way is one of 15 National Trails in England and Wales and the only one to lie entirely within a National Park. The 160 kilometre (100 mile) long trail follows the old routes and droveways along the chalk escarpment and ridges of the South Downs, from the historic city of Winchester, the first capital of England, to the seaside town of Eastbourne. The undulating route allows walkers, cyclists and horse riders to get away from it all, whether planning an interesting day trip or a longer trek.
If you are looking for attractive wildlife, historic interest, fine pubs and pretty villages, or if you just fancy a challenge, the South Downs Way awaits you - it is literally on the doorstep of King Edward VII Estate.
In the South Downs, the National Trust cares for over 6,000 hectares of countryside with a huge variety
of habitats - chalk grassland, ancient woodland, lowland heath and tiny fragments of chalk heath.