Contemporary living spaces in restored and converted buildings in a parkland setting. Apartments, converted stables, coach houses and cottages.
Graylands was originally the country estate of Boyd Wallis, part
owner of Kimberley Diamond Mines. Subsequently Graylands was
the UK headquarters of Redland Bricks who and added various office and storage spaces to the original estate buildings. The estate has been regenerated as a thriving mixed-use development with small-medium sized businesses alongside apartments, cottages and residential spaces in converted historic estate buildings.
The recent refurbishment works have reinstated the croquet
lawn and reopened the chapel as a café. A new central green, a
barbeque area, a putting green and outdoor table-tennis table have been introduced, along with
shower/changing facilities for those wishing to walk, run or cycle
over the grounds and surrounding footpaths
and bridleways. Throughout the Estate there are attractive seating areas to enjoy,
with spectacular views out to the South Downs.
tranquility there are a variety of types and styles of buildings
providing a unique range of living spaces.