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Taking up a site between Harewood Avenue, Inglis Way, Bittacy Hill, and Royal Engineers Way, Millbrook Park is nestled in Mill Hill, a vibrant suburban area in the London Borough of Barnet. Although the neighbourhood enjoys a quiet oasis, deprived of the city buzz, there is a lively hub with plenty of dining, leisure, and cultural facilities just a 20-minute walk away, where you can watch a film in an arthouse cinema or sample some craft ales in the Catcher in the Rye.
Away from the hustle and bustle of central London, the borough is home to scenic parks, woodlands, conservation sites, reservoirs, and open countryside. Whether you want to go for a jog, walk your dog, or just enjoy some tranquil strolling, there is a charming green space that provides perfect conditions for that. Just across the street, Millbrook Park has Bittacy Hill Park, sprawled along a hilly area, which is home to a beautiful collection of mature trees, a children's playground, and a couple of tennis courts. In addition, the district is generously peppered with golf clubs and various sports fields, including StoneX Stadium.
When you live in Millbrook Park, getting around the city is easy. Mill Hill East Underground Station is just a 2-minute walk away, providing access to the bustling centre, including destinations such as Waterloo, London Bridge, King’s Cross St Pancras, and even Leicester Square. In case you’d like to explore the surrounding counties, the M1 and North Circular are just a stone’s throw away.
Millbrook Park comprises 11 apartment blocks that envelope a collection of 10 townhouses. Giving off a village-like vibe, the charming mid-rise development opts for traditional light-coloured brickwork with subtle white details that accentuate straight lines. The buildings are streaked with numerous rows of stacked balconies that feature simple metal railings. To ensure the living areas are well-lit, Millbrook Park features big floor-to-ceiling windows that bathe the interior in an abundance of natural light.
Hidden from prying eyes, the landscaped communal gardens create a perfect place for residents to unwind and get to know each other while enjoying lush greenery. However, the residential complex also offers a private outdoor space to all units in case you need some alone time. Additionally, Millbrook Park provides car parking spaces for all homes as well as access to electric charging points and a bike storage area. To restock your homes supplies, there is an on-site Co-Op supermarket with more retail facilities to be added in the future.
Millbrook Park brings a total of 345 apartments and 10 townhouses, ranging from one- to three-bedroom units. Each home comes with either a private balcony or a terrace to enjoy some outdoors and flood the living areas with fresh air, while natural light flows through large floor-to-ceiling windows. The kitchens are fitted with custom-designed handleless cabinets, matching worktops, and an array of fully integrated appliances, including a combi oven, a hood, a ceramic hob, a dishwasher, and a fridge/freezer. Meanwhile, the bathrooms feature white sanitaryware and ceramic wall tiles. To ensure maximum comfort, all homes are equipped with an underfloor heating system.
Millbrook Park is a project of Barratt London. Part of Barratt Developments PLC established in 1958, the company entered the London scene with its first project in 1982. Since then, Barratt London has been focused on transforming brownfield sites into burgeoning communities, equipped with top-notch amenities. Taking advantage of the parent company’s extensive expertise, the developer has built a diverse portfolio with projects such as New Market Place, Hayes Village, Eastman Village, and Western Circus.
To discover more about Millbrook Park or Barratt London, please refer to the official website of the developer.