Creating luxury homes


Formerly the Sisters of Charity St Vincent convent, this Grade II listed Rosary Manor has been recently redeveloped by the team at Bellis Homes; transforming the property into 11 luxury apartments and one three-bedroom house.

Nestled within the Mill Hill Conservation area, this historic estate boasts 3.3 hectares of land and a new communal gym. The interiors of each residence in the new development were carefully considered, balancing stylish contemporary aesthetics while still paying homage to the building’s rich history, dating back to the 17th century. From religious convent to style sanctuary, stepping inside the Rosary Manor apartments is akin to entering a high-end hotel – neutral colours, luxury materials and opulent finishes reign supreme. The kitchens feature a myriad of deep, rich woods and shimmering silvery greys, with handmade shaker style cabinetry that helps balance the traditional and contemporary styles.

Henry Fordham, Director of Bellis Homes, explained: “A key focus of the interior design has been to reflect the natural surroundings that Rosary Manor enjoys while providing a sense of serenity and indulgence. The large, light-filled rooms create a sense of connection with nature that flows throughout the development, ensuring that the interiors are just as unique as the exterior.”

The suitably serene bathroom suites in each apartment boasts a luxurious boutique style, with the walls and floors clad entirely in heavily-veined white and grey marble. A deep freestanding bath, positioned alongside the window, certainly makes the most of the natural surroundings, allowing residents to immerse themselves within a bounty of bubbles while soaking in the stunning views.

One of these sumptuously stunning apartments will set you back between £1.1 to £4 million and are due to be fully completed this March.