Luxury retirement living, where you’ll feel right at home
Luxury retirement living, where you’ll feel right at home
We believe passionately that, as you get older, life can and should be fulﬁlling, engaging, and uplifting. This is the philosophy behind Elysian Residences and runs through everything we do at Wildernesse House in Sevenoaks. Our aim is to give you access to the very best life has to offer, whether that be food, experiences, or service. All whilst letting you live your life on your own terms, and in your own home.
For all its peaceful seclusion, the Wildernesse Estate has always been an important part of the area’s lively, local community. The centre of the bustling town of Sevenoaks is less than two miles away, and has much to offer year round.
Wildernesse House is less than two miles from the centre of Sevenoaks, voted one of the best places to live by the Sunday Times. There are many restaurants and charming cafes, plus a wealth of walking trails through the surrounding countryside.
About the area
Sevenoaks is home to many independent retailers and boutiques, offering everything from antiques and jewellery to designer clothing and artisan food. Bligh’s Meadow is the town’s shopping centre, while a popular weekly market offers more artisan delights such as ceramics, cakes and fresh bread.
Kent is known as the Garden of England, famous due to its success in producing food and drink, including local specialities like apples, pears, plums and cherries, as well as its plentiful fresh seafood. The county is home to many excellent pubs, cafés and restaurants, including four restaurants with Michelin-stars.
The great outdoors
Golf enthusiasts will relish Wildernesse Golf Course, a prestigious 18-hole club established over a century ago by the owner of the estate, Lord Hillingdon. The grounds of the estate are part of the green belt and a protected conservation area. They feature a croquet lawn and swathes of countryside, with pathways and grand vistas that you can enjoy all year round.
Seal is a 10-minute walk from Wildernesse House. This charming village has three pubs, a general store, an independent family-run butcher and a café. A convenience store and a post office can also be found further along Seal Road, about a five-minute drive away.
The Wildernesse lifestyle
Luxury living, where you’ll feel right at home
The way of life here is in keeping with that of a traditional English country house, with areas carefully designed for activities, socialising, health and wellbeing. Whether you prefer to settle into a relaxed routine or discover new experiences every day, the General Manager and the team are on hand to organise and help you in living the life you choose, in any way they can.
With a wellness centre, spa, restaurant and bar, whatever your preferences or particular requirements, every feature at Wildernesse House has been designed to help you access the lifestyle you choose. What’s more, we never forget that above all, this is your own home.
Even though each property at Wildernesse House has its own expertly designed kitchen, when you feel like dining out, the Pavilion restaurant serves some of the best food in the area. It’s the perfect place for friends, family and neighbours to come together.
The menus here are ever-changing, but the Head Chef is more than happy to take your individual requests as well as devise special meals for a party in the private dining area.
A bespoke spa covers the lower ground floor of the main house and is designed to relax and invigorate. For those looking to work out, there is a pool, gym and stretch studio. Or, if you simply want to unwind, you’ll find a sauna, a steam room, and treatment rooms.
“We believe that life should be a continual journey of discovery, so we curate daily and weekly programmes of cultural, physical, educational and social experiences, both within and outside Wildernesse House.
Art classes, yoga, wine-tastings, cookery courses, theatre trips, lectures: these are just some of the experiences you can indulge in if you wish, of course, it’s up to you.”
The Wildernesse Estate historically covered hundreds of acres of the Kentish countryside. Today, the landscaped gardens, set within 24 acres, provide plenty of places to explore and enjoy, from the rose garden to the orchard, as well as a games lawn, perfect for a spot of croquet. Those who wish to relax will find comfortable seating dotted around, where you can be served refreshments or enjoy a picnic.
The Pavilion restaurant
Situated in the beautiful grounds of Wildernesse House is the Pavilion restaurant. Our chef serves delicious, locally sourced food to homeowners, their family and friends and the local community. This open plan space is one of the social hubs of Wildernesse House, where friends and neighbours can come together to enjoy a bite to eat.
Wildernesse House care
When it comes to care, we know that your needs may change over time. This is why, should you need it, our personal care provision is completely flexible and tailored to you. Our team are trained to provide expert care discreetly in the comfortable surroundings of your home. They can also arrange for doctors or nurses to visit if required, giving you security and peace of mind for the future.Disclaimer
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