Help to Buy is a government-backed scheme that aims to help first-time buyers onto the property market with an equity loan (also known as shared equity) of up to 40% of the value of a new build home.
There are certain price limits on homes you can purchase with an equity loan. The limit varies for each region in England.
|Region||Full property price limit|
|Yorkshire and The Humber||£228,100|
*Terms and conditions apply
We checked the information and the developer's representatives confirmed that units in this residential complex can be purchased by using a mortgage.
|🟧 Height Classification||Low-rise|
|🟧 Quality Classification||Luxury|
|🟧 Off-plan property||Yes|
|🟧 Property Type||Apartments, Townhouses|
|🟧 Kid’s Facilities||Playground|
|🟧 Swimming Pool||Yes|
|🟧 Warranty||10 year NHBC warranty, 2-year warranty with 24-hour emergency service|
|🟧 Bicycle Storage||Yes|
|🟧 Lift||Lifts to all floors|
Nestled within 413 acres of the lush Trent Country Park with mature woodlands and majestic lakes, the new residential complex finds itself in the London Borough of Enfield. Apart from the serene green space that embraces the complex, Trent Park is shielded from the hustle and bustle of the megapolis by expansive green fields that surround the park, endowing it with fresh air and a peaceful atmosphere.
Trent Country Park also accommodates a golf club, an equestrian centre, and a football club for those who prefer more dynamic activities amidst lush greenery. You can also join a running club, go to a gym, or play hockey in the adjacent Southgate Hockey Centre. For more extreme outdoor activities, there is Go Ape Cockfosters with a treetop rope course, two big Tarzan Swings, and the longest and fastest zip wire in London.
To reach the heart of the city, the Oakwood tube station offers the Piccadilly line that connects the area to King’s Cross, Covent Garden, and Green Park.
Spread across 56 acres, Trent Park features small, charming townhouses and spacious apartment buildings. The complex includes the beautifully restored Grade II listed Mansion House and Stable Block, coupled with contemporary new-builds designed to complement the historic legacy of the area. To match the early Georgian style of Mansion House, an array of the modest low-rise buildings features battered brickwork and tiled, pitched roofs. To add some modernity to the exterior, the buildings come with sleek floor-to-ceiling windows and elegant balconies with glass balustrades.
Apart from being set within the enormous park area, the new residential complex offers a wide array of leisure amenities that take advantage of its green location. The territory is streaked with cycle and walking trails to enjoy the lush greenery and beautiful water sceneries. In addition, you can take a dip in an outdoor pool or work out in a nearby gym, coupled with open-air tennis courts.
For maximum convenience, Trent Park offers a daily shuttle that helps residents reach the Oakwood Underground station without any hassle.
Trent Park offers a unique collection of one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments as well as four- and five-bedroom townhouses.
The shaker-style kitchens come with stone worktops and top-notch appliances, including a Miele electric single oven, a microwave oven, a 900mm induction hob, an integrated extractor hood, a full-height fridge/freezer, a dishwasher, and a wine cooler.
Designed to match the overall décor, the bathrooms feature a shaker-style vanity unit, a stone worktop, and a white steel bath with a matt finish bath panel, shielded by a glass screen.
Berkeley Group is responsible for the construction of Trent Park. Based in Cobham, the company was founded in 1976. With a proven track record in large-scale, complex property development throughout London, Birmingham, and the South of England, Berkeley Group is focused on long-term brownfield regeneration, striving to transform neglected neighbourhoods into thriving communities. The company boasts an impressive portfolio with projects such as Grand Union, Beaufort Park, Clarendon, and Prince Of Wales Drive, to name just a few.
For more details on Trent Park or Berkeley Group, please visit the official website of the developer.