NINE PRESTIGIOUS APARTMENTS SETTING A NEW STANDARD IN REFINED OPULENCE Following the success at the UK Property Awards for Best Development in Hertfordshire 2016/17 for ‘The Renaissance,’ Heronslea are proud to present their latest collection of outstanding apartments, ‘The Residence.’ Tucked away on Hadley Wood’s premier road, Camlet Way.
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‘The Renaissance,’ Heronslea are proud to present their latest collection of outstanding apartments, ‘The Residence.’ Tucked away on Hadley Wood’s premier road, Camlet Way – ‘The Residence’ is home to nine luxury apartments adjacent to 10 acres of ancient woodland. Each individually styled home offers breathtaking woodland views and welcome seclusion from the hustle and bustle of London life, yet is just 11 miles from the West End.
Each apartment exudes opulence and splendour with every exquisite detail carefully thought through. Every aspect of your lifestyle has been planned and taken into account. Two of the ground floor apartments boast outdoor heated swimming pools whilst the Penthouse Suite offers virtually 360 degree views, overlooking breathtaking countryside from the rooftop terrace. With a concierge service, fully equipped gym, surrounding south facing gardens and first-class security, you’ll feel pampered and relaxed from the moment you walk in. So if you relish the idea of luxury country living with the dynamism of London on your doorstep, the keys to ‘The Residence’ await you.
There are three exceptional Golf Clubs close by; Hadley Wood, Old Fold Manor and Trent Park if you want to work on your handicap. Hadley Common has a cricket field, home to well known cricket club Monken Hadley CC. Steeped in history, King George’s Fields are popular for tobogganing when the snow falls. Trent Park also has an Equestrian Centre, zip wiring and is a wonderful place for dog walks with a great café inside. Hadley Running Club is a stone’s throw away as well as Hadley Wood Tennis Club with indoor and outdoor courts. You’ll also find a great selection of first class restaurants, pubs, patisseries, shops and boutiques close by in both Cockfosters and Chipping Barnet which is within walking distance. Hotels of note are The West Lodge Park Hotel and The Manor in Elstree. You’ll wonder how you ever found time to work.
With semi deciduous woods and open glades, the common lies within the Monken Hadley Conservation area and is listed as a ‘Site of importance.’ Beech Hill Lake is a tranquil and picturesque site close by, to gaze at all year round. ‘Monken Hadley’ itself is an ancient country village north of Barnet which has retained much of its country charm and character. It was the main site of the Battle of Barnet in 1471 during the Wars of the Roses which all took place in the parish of Monken Hadley. FAMOUS RESIDENTS The great adversarial lawyer Sir William Garrow (1760-1840) who coined the phrase “innocent until proven guilty” was born and brought up in the village. The writers Kingsley Amis and Elizabeth Jane Howard lived for a time in ‘Lemmons’ a house near the common, where their friend the Poet Laureate Cecil-Day Lewis died.
Both Cockfosters (Piccadilly line) and High Barnet (Northern Line) Tube Stations are just a 5 minute drive away. First Capital Connect from New Barnet and Hadley Wood station, both within walking distance can take you into the city within half an hour. The 399 bus runs a circular service from The Spires shopping centre in Barnet to Hadley Wood railway station during shopping hours. By road The Residence is a short distance from the A1 and the M1 along with junction 24 off the M25. Internationally, Heathrow and Luton Airport are just 25 miles away. Stanstead Airport is a 35 minute drive and 33 miles away.
With a uniformed concierge, exemplary security and a helping hand whenever you need it, a personal welcome is guaranteed. The spectacular galleried entrance hall with stunning hand blown chandelier is indicative of the elegance throughout. A lift serves every floor from the basement car park to each level. You will always look forward to coming home to ‘The Residence.’