Comprising a collection of superbly designed houses and apartments set around the centrepiece of a Grade II listed mansion, luxury residents' amenities and a setting in the midst of 413 acres of parkland yet with quick and easy connections into Central London, Trent Park in Enfield has something for everyone.
Highfield House and Lyon House are two elegant, newly-built apartment buildings featuring one and two-bedroom apartments ready to move into. The buildings overlook the stunning vista of Trent Park's daffodil lawn, which was planted by one of the former owners of the mansion house, socialite Sir Philip Sassoon. Bright and spacious, each of the homes features a contemporary, open-plan layout and is designed to Berkeley's impeccable standards.
For those looking for a house, the King George Collection - the latest phase of generously-sized houses - provides the perfect solution for second and third-steppers, who are prioritising putting down roots that are flexible to the needs of their growing families. The homes occupy a coveted location set in a quiet corner of the scheme, lined with trees on three sides.
These five-bedroom homes are beautifully designed with classically-inspired exteriors complemented by plenty of contemporary, flexible, family living space inside. Set across three storeys, every home has an open-plan kitchen/dining room and two additional reception rooms, the smaller of which could be used as a snug or a study. One or more bedrooms could easily be styled as a home office depending on the needs of the family.
Complementing the village community atmosphere of Trent Park, residents have exclusive access to The Lawn Club, which features a range of leisure facilities including an open-air swimming pool, a state-of-the art gym in a beautifully restored Grade II listed Orangery and outdoor tennis courts.
For those who need it, the hustle and bustle of central London remains within easy reach; trains from Oakwood Underground station - which can be reached using a residents' exclusive shuttle bus service from the development - take just under half an hour to King's Cross.
At Highfield House and Lyon House, prices start from £565,000 for a one-bedroom apartment with Help to Buy available on selected homes, while at the King George Collection prices start from £1,950,000 for a five-bedroom house. For more information, call Berkeley on 020 3930 4912 or visit www.trent-park.co.uk.