Luxury residences in an affluent London suburb have been launched on the market by the Heronslea Group. Called The Residence, the development features just nine apartments with their very own private pools.
Tucked away on Hadley Wood’s premier road Camlet Way, on the edge of Hadley Common, the development sits within ten acres of woodland.
Each individually styled home offers breathtaking views and seclusion from the hustle and bustle of London life, while offering easy access into Central London.
Jason Rishover, CEO of Heronslea Group, comments: “This is our most prestigious development to date and we are extremely proud of the homes we have created here. We have blended the latest technology, with the finest design and the best craftsmanship to create nine very special individual homes. Offering exceptional interiors, out-of-this-world interior design, private pools and terraces with views of treetops, The Residence really is breathtaking.”
Set in gated grounds a sweeping driveway leads down to the development, which was once a large manor house. This beautiful development with first-class security now features landscaped gardens and terraces, floodlit lighting and intricate stonework.
The lobby showcases a magnificent chandelier and benefits from a concierge. The spilt level basement car-park provides two parking spaces per apartment, with eight additional visitor spaces, a storeroom per apartment and gym with the latest equipment and floor-to-ceiling mirrors.
A lift serves every floor from the car park.
Apartments are situated across the ground, first and second floors. All featuring three bedrooms, each home is distinctive with every detail carefully thought through.
Two of the ground floor apartments boast outdoor heated pools whilst the penthouse offers views overlooking countryside.
Nick Staton of Statons adds: “This is the first time we have handled the sale of a development which features homes with private pools, normally a luxury feature you would find in a house. As buyers’ expectations grow, the luxury market is adapting. Swimming pools are now the ‘in thing’ which has evolved from the popularity of home cinemas and gyms – features which are now seen as standard.”
Bespoke fixtures and fittings have been handpicked by Heronslea’s interior design team to ensure every element feels exclusive. From custom-built floors to luxurious wall coverings, stunning kitchens and gorgeous bathrooms – only the finest design and materials has been selected.
Hadley Wood is highly sought-after area surrounded by parks and greenbelt, offering excellent transport links and amenities. Hadley Common and Trent Park and its 400 acres of parkland close by, so is Hadley Wood Village with its shops, restaurants, pubs and boutiques. Other nearby leisure facilities include the Alister Mackenzie designed course at Hadley Wood Golf Club and Hadley Wood Tennis Club.
Both Cockfosters (Piccadilly line) and High Barnet (Northern Line) Tube Stations are just a five minute drive away, providing direct access into Central London in 30 minutes. 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.
Prices start from £1.695 million ($2.23 million).
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