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Feature Development – Sambrook Court, Hadley Wood

Posted 25 October 2021 by Keith Osborne

Troy Homes has nearly sold out at its development in sought-after Hadley Wood, but there are still two luxury apartments available…

Troy Homes specialises in high-end homes in some of north London’s most desirable residential areas and Sambrook Court is no exception, being an apartment scheme with a prestigious address on Cockfosters Road.

With a stand-out contemporary design in pale brick, it’s a development of 14 one- and two-bedroom high-specification apartments set over four storeys, with lift access to all floors, secure underground parking and a landscaped residents’ garden which backs onto the golf course and isn’t overlooked. Each home comes with its own private outdoor space in the shape of terraces or gardens.

The specification for all apartments includes high-gloss, soft-close kitchen units with quartz worktops and upstands; a full range of Siemens kitchen appliances; tiled flooring throughout, except for carpets in the bedrooms; en suites and bathroom with sanitaryware and fittings from the likes of Ideal Standard, Villeroy and Boch and Hansgrohe; a zoned underfloor heating system throughout; black nickel sockets throughout; TV points in kitchen/living/dining area and bedrooms; a USB socket in kitchen; wiring for ceiling speakers; and fitted wardrobes or dressing room to the master bedroom. Each home has two parking spaces, and there three double electric car charging points as well as cycle storage in the basement.

Being on the outskirts of Greater London, the area has a wealth of green open space, including Hadley Wood Golf Club, 413-acre Trent Park, numerous sports grounds and countryside. Hadley Wood and the locality are well-served by independent shops, a bi-weekly market, and places to eat and drink. Families are attracted by some excellent schools within easy reach of home.

Sambrook CourtConnectivity is a great plus for this address, with the main road offering easy access to the M25 an North Circular. Amenities such as The Spires Shopping Centre in nearby Chipping Barnet and the well-known Brent Cross shopping centre are both a simple journey away and thanks to the Piccadilly line from Cockfosters station (under a mile from Sambrook Court), the likes of Covent Garden and Knightsbridge are a simple direct journey away, taking 30-40 minutes. Three major airports are 25-32 miles away.

Of the two remaining units for sale, Plot 11 is on the first floor and priced at £950,000, overlooking the rear garden and offering 1,324 sq ft of living space. It comes with a large, double-aspect, open-plan kitchen/dining/living room with plentiful storage and worktops and French doors to the terrace. Bedroom one has a dressing area with generous wardrobes, and an en suite with bath and double basins. Bedroom two is another sizeable double room with an en suite shower room. Off the hallway is a cloakroom and utility room.

Plot 2 is a garden apartment on the lower ground floor, available for £1million, which comes with a huge west-facing private patio that makes for an ideal outdoor party area, with considerable room for furniture, plants and decorative features. The open-plan kitchen/dining living room has two sets of French doors to the patio, and each bedroom also comes with its own French door access. Bedroom one has an en suite shower room and built-in wardrobes. This home also comes with a four-piece bathroom and storage/utility space of the hallway. In all, there is 1,210 sq ft of internal space.

Find out more at troyhomes.co.uk.


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