Trent Park

Enfield, EN4 0EB

£725,000 - £1,725,000

  • 3 & 4 bedroom houses ready to move into this year
  • 2 bedroom apartments
  • A 56 acre estate set in 413 acres of mature parkland
  • 26 minutes to King's Cross from Oakwood Station
  • Exclusive Lawn Club facilities: Swimming pool, tennis courts & gym
  • Local golf club, equestrian centre and park activities 

This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to live within the 413 acre Trent Country Park in north London. Explore an inspired collection of 2 bedroom apartments and 3 & 4 bedroom houses in the north London triangle of Oakwood, Cockfosters and Hadley Wood. Homes are positioned in a secure parkland setting with 24 hour security. Trent Park offers a local lifestyle with easy access to a great range of surrounding amenities, just a short drive to the M25 by car and 26 minutes to King's Cross via tube.

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Trent Park, Snakes Lane (off Bramley Road), Enfield, London EN4 0EB

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2 Bedroom Apartments in Carlton House

Carlton House is the last block of new build apartments to be built within the estate. Made up of just 8 apartments and overlooking the Daffodil Lawn, the residents lift and private parking make life that bit easier while the private balconies provide a relaxing spot to spend those summer evenings. 

Just two, 2-bedroom apartments remain both with 2 bathrooms making these suitable for downsizers, professional couples or friends looking to get onto the property ladder!

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Protecting Our Hedgehogs

Trent Park - National Hedgehog Day

Our British Hedgehogs are in rapid decline and could be made extinct within the next 20 years if more isn’t done to help protect this beloved species.

Sadly, the biggest cause of the Hedgehog’s rapid decline is due to human interference. Every day they face being run over as they venture out onto the roads looking for food, as they’re not able to forage from garden to garden because of fences. Starvation forces these shy creatures out onto pavements and roads where they’re vulnerable to traffic and predators.
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As part of Berkeley’s Vision and commitment to nature, we’ve promised to take action to help prevent Hedgehog numbers dropping further. We are working with a number of wildlife rescue centres, and have volunteered our homes as a safe place to reintroduce healthy and rehabilitated Hedgehogs back into the wild. 
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By introducing ‘Hedgehog Highways’ a specially designed 150mm hole in the bottom of timber fences it will allow our hedgehogs to safely move through back gardens without the need to venture onto footpaths and roads. Flower beds in every back garden will also provide a safe cover for Hedgehogs to quietly forage for food without being disturbed by humans or predators. 
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How you can help!
  • During the colder months, their natural food source of slugs/ caterpillars/beetles/snails is scarce, so supplementing their diet with cat (non-fish) or dog food is a firm favourite. You can also offer small amounts of cake, biscuits, peanuts or fresh and dried fruits. But never bread and milk, as this is harmful to Hedgehogs.
  • Keeping a ‘wild’ corner at the back of your garden which acts as a safe place for them to nest and forage.
  • Collect garden waste such as leaves and brushwood at the back of your garden which Hedgehogs can use to make a nest with.
  • Avoid using slug pellets and pesticides, this is poisonous to Hedgehogs and there are plenty of natural alternatives available.
  • Take care when driving on roads at night, and when strimming long grassy areas in your back garden, as a sleepy Hedgehog could be nestled in amongst it!
 

Spotlight on The Lawn Club

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Life in Trent Park is about discovering a naturally healthy way of life, with activities that you can enjoy at your own pace. Discover the tennis courts located in a peaceful woodland setting.

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The rejuvenated Orangery will be an aesthetic delight, where you can stay active with everything you need in one place. In these opulent surroundings, you can work on the body and mind. Unlike anywhere else to work out, the gym at Trent Park opens up to the pool with views across Trent Park House.

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Trent Park's elegant open air swimming pool, popular with society guests of the 1920's, will be beautifully restored for residents to enjoy.

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Residents at Trent Park will be able to enjoy the experience of living within a beautiful parkland setting with access to the restored historic Long Garden and Wisteria Walk.

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Residents' Exclusive Lawn Club Facilities

Residents at Trent Park become members of The Lawn Club, an exclusive package of leisure facilities all located within these grounds.

Your Lawn Club membership awaits.

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Why Living at Trent Park is So Special?

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63 'Outstanding' Ofsted rated schools within 5 miles

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26 minutes from Oakwood to King's Cross St. Pancras Station

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Residents' gym, outdoor tennis court and outdoor swimming pool
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56 acre estate surrounded by 413 acres of historic parkland

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14 minute drive to M25, Junction 24

Current Phases

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Carlton House

£790,000 - £799,000
Carlton House is a boutique collection of just eight 2 and 3 bedroom apartments, each benefitting from...

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Trent Park - The Chaplin Collection

The Chaplin Collection

£725,000 - £1,380,000
The Chaplin Collection is the newest phase to launch within the picturesque 413 acre Trent Park estate. 

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The West Wing Collection

£1,690,000 - £1,725,000
The West Wing Collection is available now. A brand new, exciting collection of 5 contemporary terraced town houses...

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Trent Park - The Whistler Collection

The Whistler Collection

£1,495,000 - £1,530,000
A beautiful collection of contemporary 3, 4- & 5-bedroom homes at Trent Park.

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Site Plan

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Property Type

Trent Park, The Tilden

The Tilden

4 bedroom home

The Tilden is a new build, luxury home set within Trent Park's unique 56-Acre estate in Enfield, North London. This well-designed 4-bedroom home is set across three levels are perfectly positioned around the corner from the spectacular Daffodil Lawn. These unique properties are surrounded by the historic Stable Block and Walled Garden.

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The Wisteria

4 bedroom home

Four bedroom semi-detached homes with attached garage. Overlooking the tranquil natural pond. The Wisteria is in a prime location in Trent Park, only moments away from the North Lawn and the natural pond where Sir Philip Sassoon would keep flamingos, pelicans and penguins that he himself would feed in the 1920s.

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The West Wing Collection

4 bedroom home

A stunning collection of 5 contemporary terraced town houses. Located next to the Grade II listed Mansion House with views over the North Lawn and on towards the lake these stunning homes come with two dedicated parking spaces and a private, sunken garden. Just moments from the historic Orangery building where residents can find their exclusive outdoor heated swimming pool and fully equipped gym.

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The Wigston

3 bedroom home

This unique, three-bedroom property is located in the Chaplin collection. The Wigston is perfect for family life, located in a quiet corner of the development next to the restored landscaping of the Long Garden and only a short stroll from the Residents' Only Lawn Club.

Trent Park - Carlton House

Carlton House

2 bedroom apartments

A boutique collection of just 8 apartments located in the heart of Trent Park with uninterrupted views of the historic Daffodil Lawn. Each apartment comes with dedicated parking and a stunning specification. These spacious apartments are just moments away from the Residents’ Only gym and swimming pool and just a short walk from Trent Park’s private tennis courts. 

Building a Sustainable Future 

Luxurious countryside living with sustainable design 
Trent Park - Acres of Green Space

413 acres of green space with 56 acres of private estate 

Trent Park - Bat and Bird Boxes

60 bat and bird boxes to encourage wildlife 

Trent Park - New Trees

433 new trees to increase biodiversity

Trent Park - Daffodil Bulbs

Over 150,000 daffodil bulbs planted on the historic Daffodil Lawn 

Trent Park - Reduction in CO2

48% reduction in C02 for new build properties 

Local Area

Local Amenities on Your Doorstep at Trent Park

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The 18 hole golf club at Trent Park is open to everyone on weekdays and weekends.

The floodlit driving range offers 34 covered and heated bays while the golf buggies are available to hire. The course offers you an exceptional view back towards Trent Park.

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This professional riding school at Trent Park has been established for over 40 years.

You can make a new four legged friend with an exhilarating horse riding lesson, or take a ride through Trent Park.

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The wider Trent Country Park surrounds the homes and grounds with 413 acres of historic woodland to discover. With space to walk the dog or enjoy a parkland run, this green open space is yours to enjoy.

Located in Trent Country Park is the treetop adventure Go Ape. Experiencing the true spirit of the great outdoors rarely comes more adrenalin pumping than this. The treetop adventure at Go Ape Cockfosters will take your breath away as quickly as it creates lifelong memories.

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You can keep it easy and countryside local, or venture into the Capital and anywhere beyond. Perfect for the commuter, adventurer and everyone in-between.

It's a 44 minute tube journey from Oakwood to Selfridges for a spot of retail therapy or a 26 minute journey into King's Cross. The 24-hour running of the Piccadilly line on the London Underground every Friday and Saturday provides even more access to City nightlife.

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Trent Park is the perfect base for a young family to grow and develop. Whatever the ability or age of the young ones, this is the foundation to a wonderful start for you and your family.

You'll be within 5 miles of 69 nurseries, 47 'Outstanding' Ofsted primary schools, 21 'Outstanding' Ofsted secondary schools and 17 independent schools.

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Cockfosters High Street is a bustling and fashionable destination for lunch with friends at Miracles Bistro, a place to enjoy drinks at La Petite Auberge or the perfect dinner date at Skewd Kitchen. It's a real foodie destination and all in walking distance from home at Trent Park. Power of Health café has a great menu for that post workout shake or if it's a brunch spot you're after, their menu won't disappoint. Other good local spots for brunch include Saltgrass and Middeys.

Travel Timeline

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Gold for Customer Satisfaction Award

We are thrilled to announce that Berkeley Homes (North East London) has won the 2021 Gold Award for Customer Satisfaction.

Despite the challenging year, 99% of our customers have said that they would recommend us, placing us among one of the best companies in the UK for customer service!

Moments in History

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Society Parties

Politicians, prime ministers, royalty and famous personalities frequented these stately grounds and grand rooms. For some, it was a weekend retreat to revel in divine company and a place to be wowed and entertained.

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Flying In Guests

Extravagant Sassoon entertained guests with flights over Trent Park after tea. He was the first person in the UK to privately own a plane, building his own aerodrome to house his pride and joy, the Percival Q6, a 1930s British communications aircraft.

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Officers at Trent Park

By the end of the war, Trent Park was holding 59 German Generals and 40 senior German Officers. Their conversations gave away intelligence that the British could not have gained from interrogation.

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Secret Listening Devices

Concealed in the basement of the Mansion House, teams of secret listeners worked every day of the year to record intelligence from the bugged conversations. They had fled Nazi Germany and were now spying for the country that had saved them.

Grandeur of The Past

Named after Trento, the location in Northern Italy where the life of King George III's younger brother was saved, Trent Park is deeply rooted in history and now ready to write its next chapter in full colour.

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1066

Trent Park once formed a small part of Enfield Wood. The earliest known lord of The estate was Ansgar, 'Staller' or High Constable to Edward the Confessor, who inherited the land from his Danish ancestors.

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1399

The estate passed into the hands of Henry IV in 1399 who converted the land into a royal game reserve. This was subsequently passed on to his son Henry V and from 1421 was administered by the Duchy of Lancaster; Enfield Chase had passed into royal ownership.

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1777

George III leased the site to Sir Richard Jebb, his favourite doctor, as a reward for saving the life of the King's younger brother, the then Duke of Gloucester. Jebb chose the name Trent, because it was in Trento, Italy, that the King's brother had been saved.

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1837

After passing through several hands, Quaker David Bevan bought a lease for the property and transferred this to his eldest son Robert Bevan. Further extensions were undertaken to Enfield Chase including a tower on the east side of the building.

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1909

Sold to Edward Sassoon - a Baronet, an MP for Hythe, friend of Edward VII and the head of an international merchant banking firm. The family eventually established a head office at Leadenhall Street, London and were quickly accepted into British high society.

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1912

Following the death of Sir Philip Sassoon's father in 1912, he inherited his estate. A well-known socialite and politician, Sassoon built his very own aerodrome on Trent Park. During this time he covered the house in the rose-red bricks that you see today.

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1920 - 1930s

A quintessentially English country retreat for the next 8 years. Hosting the most extravagant parties with guests such as Sir Winston Churchill, Charlie Chaplin, George Bernard Shaw and John Singer Sargent.

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1939 - 1945

After the death of Sir Philip Sassoon, Trent Park was requisitioned by the War Office for the secret British Intelligence unit MI9.

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1947

The estate became a Ministry of Education emergency training college for male teachers, then in 1950 a co-educational training college.

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1974 - 2012

Trent Country Park became part of Middlesex University.

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Today

In 2015 Trent Park was purchased by Berkeley Homes. The vision for Trent Park is to restore where possible the historic buildings and create new homes and a museum.

413 acres

Trent Park sits within the wider 413 acre Trent Country Park with woodland and lakes to explore.

1 Mile Away

Cockfosters and Oakwood underground stations are situated within one mile from Trent Park. Both stations are served by the Piccadilly line and operate a 24hr service on Friday and Saturday.

26 minutes

From Oakwood station to King's Cross St.Pancras. From there you can explore the area's museums, galleries, shops, restaurants, bars, new parks & squares.

Grade II

Trent Park has a Grade II listed Mansion House steeped in History which is being restored to its former glory.

News

Father Christmas and His Reindeer Bring Festive Cheer to Trent Park Residents

Father Christmas and His Reindeer Bring Festive Cheer to Trent Park Residents

11th January 2022

On Saturday 11th December, Father Christmas and his herd of reindeer visited Trent Park in Enfield.
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Buy Into a Countryside Setting Less Than 30 Minutes From King’s Cross

Buy Into a Countryside Setting Less Than 30 Minutes From King’s Cross

07th January 2022

While the market seems to have settled after a prolonged period defined by the stamp duty holiday and record low mortgage rates...
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Peter Rabbit Visits Trent Park Residents

Peter Rabbit Visits Trent Park Residents

04th May 2021

Peter Rabbit hopped over to Berkeley's Trent Park development on Good Friday to visit residents and staff at site and deliver...
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