Discover Trent Park in Enfield | Berkeley Insight

Discover Trent Park in Enfield

Providing a homely and tranquil escape from Central London, our historically rich development, situated in the heart of Trent Park can be found over in Enfield within North London. While this quiet retreat from the hustle and bustle makes a great property location for anyone after a peaceful home life, it's only a short distance from the M25 and just 26 minutes from King's Cross Station via tube for anyone commuting into Central London. 

We've rounded some of the best aspects of Trent Park and the surrounding areas which give Trent Park its delightful charm.


Trent Park was once part of Enfield Wood, an area of lush woodland that covered a considerable portion of North London, which was transformed into a royal game reserve by Henry IV when the estate came under royal ownership. After changing hands several times over the centuries, Trent Park eventually played host to the estate of Sir Philip Sassoon, a well-loved London socialite and politician who hosted extravagant parties which were attended by the likes of Sir Winston Churchill, George Bernard Shaw and Charlie Chaplin.

Following Sassoon's death in 1939, the estate was consigned to British Intelligence by the War Office during World War Two, then into part of Middlesex University following the war, and finally under the Berkeley Group banner to restore the buildings to their former glory and immortalise its history with an on-site museum.

Country parks

Enfield has a particularly high concentration of green spaces within North London, ranging from the Lee Valley Regional Park and Forty Hall Country Park to smaller but no less impressive spaces like Oakwood Park and Covert Way Nature Reserve. All of this give residents easy access to beautiful walks which bring them closer to nature, perfect for spring mornings and late summer afternoons.

If you want to stay even closer to home, then how about on your very own doorstop. Trent Park is surrounded by 413 acres of Country Park, with some apartments facing directly onto the historic daffodil lawn.

Golfer's paradise

For any aspiring amateur golfers then there is a plethora of golf courses available in the area for you to refine your swing and perfect your game. Enfield has its very own club which dates back to 1893, catering to players of all skill levels as well as holding a number of social events throughout the year so you can meet the local golfing community. Old Fold Manor, Whitewebbs and Trent Park also offer 18 hole courses set over North London's gorgeous green spaces that will give you plenty of variety to play with.

Amazing arts community

If keeping up with the local arts scene is something you're keen on then Enfield has a couple of hidden gems you'll want to check out. The Dugdale Centre has a strong community focus with events for you to get involved with, like craft markets, artist talks and theatre performances. It also hosts the Museum of Enfield, where you can find out more about the history surrounding the local area, as well as a rotating exhibition space that showcases fresh works.

Chickenshed over in Southgate has been operating for over 40 years to produce inclusive theatre productions which engage with local people to help communicate their views and stories, while also serving as a local venue for intimate theatre productions and comedy nights.

There's even more to discover by visiting our Trent Park development in person, where you can get a real sense for the delightfully tranquil apartments and houses on offer. Arrange a visit by contacting Berkeley to discover just how special this development is and the amazing areas nearby.