Set in over three acres of mature, beautifully landscaped gardens and close to the world renowned Charterhouse School. Hampton Manor is an impressive Arts and Crafts style building, commissioned by the schoolmaster and the Church of England clergyman, Charles Hampton Weekes, in the late 19th century.
Originally built as a private residence for Hampton Weekes' retirement, over the years, Hampton Manor has hosted Canadian offices, medical students and trainee nurses from St Thomas' Hospital, conference delegates and hotel guests.
Beechcrofts' Special Projects team have now brought the building back to life, lovingly restoring and carefully converting it into an exclusive collection of 24 two and three bedroom apartments. Each apartment features generously proportioned living space and either a terrace, balcony, private garden or roof terrace along with allocated parking.
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