The next chapter at Wildernesse House
PegasusLife breathes new life into the historic Kent mansion
The Wildernesse Estate is home to 400 years of rich history, from the ancient Spanish chestnut tree planted in its grounds to celebrate Henry VIII’s first marriage, to its spell as a field hospital during both World Wars and more recently as the much-loved Dorton House, headquarters and school of the Royal London Society of the Blind.
Now entering its next chapter, it has been transformed into a collection of 23 one- and two-bedroom apartments and eight newly built mews houses, exclusively for people over 60.
PegasusLife has worked with restoration experts Purcell to breathe new life into the main house and its many period features, and with architects Morris & Co, who designed the modern mews houses and on-site restaurant.
Tailored by PegasusLife to meet the needs of the modern, active and social retiree, the development features a gym and stretch studio, a luxurious spa, therapeutic treatment rooms, as well as extensive landscaped gardens. You can dine with friends in the restaurant, enjoy a game of croquet on the lawn or share a gin and tonic in the grand communal lounge with friends.
Apartment prices start from £959,500, mews houses start from £655,500.