1 Hadley Parade
+44 (0)20 8441 9555
- House, Semi-Detached House
- New development by Award-Winning developer Shanly Homes
- 4-bedroom townhouses with gardens
- Superb specification
- Private, gated mews
- Walking distance to High Barnet station
- Close to shops, restaurants, good schools and green spaces
- Vibrant and sought-after area
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Four Bedroom Townhouse
Situated over three floors, large kitchen/family/ dining room with bifold doors leading to the garden, separate living room with terrace. This home comes with two parking spaces
This exclusive collection of four bedroom townhouses, set behind an elegant gated entrance, are perfectly located in the heart of Barnet Town Centre.
Boasting stylish and practical layouts to maximise space and comfort, a stunning house at Lightfield is somewhere youll be proud to call home. Showcasing clever design touches throughout, these homes also feature the superb specification you would expect from award-winning Shanly Homes.
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A collection of 8 townhouses and 50 apartments.
Contemporary kitchens with integrated appliances.
Open-plan living space.
Within walking distance of High Barnet station.
Local amenities in walking distance.
Under a 10-minute walk to King George's Fields, a 28 hectare site of park and green space.
Excellent transport links with the M25, M1 and A1 offering access to central London and the North.
Nearby High Barnet underground station is served by the Northern Line.
New Barnet station is served by Great Northern Trains and provides a service to Moorgate in just 34 minutes.
The Spires Shopping Centre is a stone's throw away and is home to high-street retailers, restaurants, coffee shops and much more.
There are also a number of golf clubs in the area including The Shire London and Trent Park Golf Club.
The London Borough of Barnet is a suburban part of North London. The borough was created from parts of the counties of Middlesex and Hertfordshire in 1965. It is the largest London borough in terms of population.
Barnet is very popular with young families due to the wealth of homes set near green space, (including Beech Hill lake & Trent Park). Barnet is well known for its good schools (such as Queen Elizabeth Grammar School). It is also favoured by young professionals who are looking for quieter areas that have easy access to central London.
It also provides an abundance of entertainment and leisure facilities, Saracens professional rugby club call the borough home. The Barnet Market has been going since 1199 with many existing shop premises along the high street to suit all tastes. Just to the north is Hertfordshire which means getting to the countryside is also a short trip.
Transport links are excellent, with the M1, A1 and North Circular all pass through Barnet. There is very easy access to the M25 motorway. Barnet Underground Station is the northern most stop on the Northern Line with direct travel to the West End and The City. This journey takes about a half an hour.
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LOCAL AUTHORITY - BARNET