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We take another look at some of the country’s most interesting and unusual flats


TORTINGTON MANOR, ARUNDEL – MANAGED BY HOBDENS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT LTD


Tortington Manor, just outside Arundel in West Sussex, is now a development of residential apartments and houses – all leasehold - and is set in 17 acres of woodland and gardens. The estate’s history stretches back some 900 years. In that time the estate has undergone many changes, both in terms of the buildings and its ownership, which includes several Dukes and Earls. However, part of the original Manor


FORBES PLACE, CHICHESTER – MANAGED BY NOW PROFESSIONAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT


Forbes Place in Chichester, West Sussex, is the home of residents in 24 flats. These flats were first occupied in 1999 following the completion of a building project to turn the one-time hospital, latterly administrative offices for the Health Service, into flats. The wisteria on the front elevation of the building is the only protected plant in England.


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House dating back to 1739 still exists today. Between 1922 and 1998 the estate was a boarding school for girls and, more recently, a college for American students. By the early 2000s the site was redeveloped into what it is today.


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