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The main house at Batworth Park, originally the Duke of Norfolk’s hunting lodge, has been converted into eight elegant period retirement apartments, including one for the resident manager. A further twelve apartments, similar in design, were constructed in 1982 and these adjoin the house.

Features include:
  • Impressive and spacious ground floor entrance halls and stairways
  • En suite bathrooms and separate hallway cloakrooms
  • En suite shower rooms in second bedrooms
  • Fully fitted kitchens with split-level hob and oven
  • Gas central heating
  • Quality thermal insulation
  • Entry phone system
  • Emergency alarm system
  • Taxi service to Arundel
Most apartment owners have a garage but there is more than adequate parking outdoors. Owners’ visitors can be accommodated in the stylish, twin-bedroomed guest suite with shower room. Maintenance of the buildings and the upkeep of the spectacular gardens is overseen by the management company.