Sundridge Park Mansion

Sundridge Park Mansion is a grade I listed former hotel. When the previous house on the site was demolished around 1796 John Nash became involved in the project to create a new build house alongside landscape architect Humphrey Repton who was already working on the site. Repton & Nash collaborated on various country house schemes from 1796-1800, the relationship broke down after an argument over Brighton Pavilion and Nash abandoned Sundridge as a shell. He was replaced by Samuel Wyatt who completed the roof and undertook the interiors. We are in the process of converting the building into residential accommodation.