Arkley Gate

Arkley Gate, Barnet Road, Arkley

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Price: £1,500,000


Constructed by Cosybox, Arkley Gate is set on a corner plot within one of the area's most sought after locations. Each property will be completed to a superb standard of finish and design to compliment the contemporary external finishes. These individual architecturally designed luxury family homes will be set within professionally landscaped gardens and will include high end state-of-the-art technology and internal specification.

At 217 square meters each house comes with plenty of space. A large living area & kitchen greets you on entry along with a view out to your private gardens via bi-folding doors which create a extremely light atmosphere. There is substantial utility space and a ground floor bathroom.

Upstairs there are 3 large bedrooms along with a further 3 bathrooms (2 en-suite).

In the basement you'll find a flexible space which can be used as a 4th bedroom with it's own bathroom and living space if required.

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Arkley Gate is located on the fringes of Barnet and Mill Hill which provide a good range of shopping facilities including The Spires shopping centre and an excellent selection of restaurants. Recreational facilities in the area include Arkley Golf Club, A1 driving range, horse riding and tennis. The area has renowned schooling both state and private, including Haberdashers Askes, Belmont/Mill Hill School, QE Boys and QE Girls. High Barnet tube station (Northern Line) is within 2 miles and Mill Hill Broadway mainline station is approximately 3 miles away. The M25, A1 and M1 are also easily accessible. Central London is just 13 miles from Arkley Gate and Brent Cross Shopping Centre under 8 miles away.

Important Note: all images are CGI's


The site is located opposite Arkley Windmill which was in use by 1806. It is marked as "corn" windmill on the Ordnance Survey of the 1860s. From photographs, it appears to have had only two of its original sails by the 1890s, by which time it may have been powered by steam. It ceased to be a functioning mill during World War I, and was restored in 1930, but not as a working mill. Also close by is The Gate Inn which retains some of its original features. The sign, in the form of a hanging five bar gate, has an inscription which reads:
This gate hangs high,
and hinders none;
refresh and pay,
and travel on.

According to the old article displayed on one of its walls, The Gate was once visited by Anna Pavlova and her dancing troupe. Until the early 1960s a large tree grew up from the floor of the pub and out through the roof.