Elysian residences grand launch creates Kent’s finest retirement community at Wildernesse House & Estate
Elysian Residences has undertaken the grand launch of Wildernesse House in Sevenoaks which consists of a Grade II listed house set in grounds of 24 acres, formerly the country estate of the Marquess of Camden and later Lord Hillingdon. In 2020 this stunning building was acquired by Elysian Residences who skilfully and sympathetically transformed it into Kent’s finest new retirement community.
Back in April, My Sevenoaks Community were honoured guests at Elysian’s wonderful launch party. The impressive exterior was only surpassed by the sumptuous interiors that combined the perfect balance of grandeur and comfort. With a serene atmosphere, filled with the finest luxuries and amenities, we were tempted to reserve an apartment for ourselves!
On arrival in the great hall, we were greeted by the friendly Elysian team. Above the chattering of the guests, the soothing music filled the air as we mingled and enjoyed some canapés from the Wilderness House chef. These were not only stunning to look at but were also a taste sensation. Whilst some of us soaked up the hospitality, others went on a guided tour of the facilities.
Later in the proceedings the building was officially opened by Cllr Diana Esler, Chairman of Sevenoaks District Council and Cllr Dr Merilyn Canet, the Mayor of Sevenoaks, who both gave welcome speeches. Wildernesse House is now becoming a thriving new retirement community, and is so well received that Elysian Residences has now sold over 40% of the main house apartments and the newly built mews houses.
Elysian Residences Chief Executive Officer, Gavin Stein, said: “Setting a new benchmark for quality and lifestyle, Wildernesse House is a classic English country house transformed into the most luxurious and exceptional retirement community in the Home Counties”.
For further information please contact Elysian Residences at Wildernesse House.
Tel: 020 3918 7997 or visit: www.wildernessehouse.com
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