Shared Ownership is a type of affordable homeownership when a purchaser takes out a mortgage on a share of a property and pays rent to a landlord on the remaining share.
Please note: Eligibility criteria may vary per housing association and therefore you should always check the exact criteria with the developer or housing association responsible for the exploitation of the project.
We checked the information and the developer's representatives confirmed that units in this residential complex can be purchased by using a mortgage.
Placed in the lovely North London triangle of Oakwood, Cockfosters, and Hadley Wood, Trent Park finds itself in the borough of Enfield, away from the hustle and bustle of the megapolis. The new residential complex by L&G is perched on what was once a royal hunting ground, surrounded by 413 acres of parkland. Right on the doorstep is a mix of ancient woodland and natural grassland, accompanied by a collection of lakes and ponds that freshen up the area.
Apart from the natural splendour, the district offers numerous amenities as well, including stylish boutiques, local shops, cosy restaurants, and cafés, scattered along Cockfosters High Street. Furthermore, there are plenty of first-class sports facilities, such as an 18-hole golf course and an equestrian centre.
Perfect for daily commuters, the new complex is placed within strolling distance of Cockfosters Station connected to the Piccadilly Line. King’s Cross is just a 26-minute tube journey away. Moreover, the M25 runs close by, encircling most of Greater London.
Set within a 56-acre estate, which is enveloped by 400 acres of lush parkland, the new residential complex is divided into the Kendrick and the Chase Collections. The former comprises two 4-storey buildings: Bruton House and Lyon House. The sandy-toned brick façade creates a village-like feeling. The light-coloured exterior is accentuated by dark brown details such as windows frames and balcony bases. Moreover, to add some modernity to the design, the top floors display a warehouse-like style with sleek dark brown panelling. In addition, the buildings are peppered with large full-height double-glazed windows. Meanwhile, the Chase Collection includes three 4-storey buildings: Bevan House, Barnham House, and Milner House. Paying homage to the site’s heritage, the buildings exhibit some Georgian architecture traits. The red-brick façades are highlighted by strikingly white frames embracing long floor-to-ceiling windows. The Chase Collection is topped with a grey tiled roof that features charming dormers. Furthermore, the buildings are adorned with a collection of cantilevered balconies that sport intricate railings.
Apart from the surrounding parkland, the new complex comes with beautifully landscaped gardens, where residents can relax and recharge away from prying eyes. To ensure maximum security, the gated development is equipped with a fob as well as 24-hour on-site security. Moreover, the complex is served by an Estate Manager for maximum convenience. As for transport facilities, there is one parking space per apartment as well as cycle storage. Additionally, residents are welcomed to use a shuttle bus service that goes from Trent Park to the Oakwood Hill station.
Trent Park delivers a new collection of one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments. The contemporary-style interior is mixed with some historical touches that reflect the rich heritage of the area. All homes boast generously-sized rooms that are bathed in an abundance of natural light. Designed in accordance with the latest trends, the kitchens are fitted with matt cashmere units, laminate worktops, and a range of top-notch appliances, including an induction hob with an integrated cooker hood, an electric oven, an integrated fridge/freezer, a dishwasher, and a freestanding washer/dryer. Moreover, the work surfaces are softly illuminated by under-unit lighting. Meanwhile, the bathrooms feature a white bath with a Vado thermostatic bath/shower mixer and a frameless glass screen.
Legal & General Affordable Homes is responsible for the construction of Trent Park. The London-based property development company started its journey in 1836 in a coffee house on Chancery Lane. Focused on creating new sustainable communities, Legal & General aims to become the leading private affordable housing provider and leave a positive impact on the affordable housing sector. With a vast portfolio of projects across the country, the company’s developments include Leon House, Finchwood Park, and Hampton Tower at SQP, among many others.
For more detailed information on Trent Park and Legal & General Affordable Homes, please visit the official website of the developer.
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