About Us


Award winning developers of prestigious, beautiful new homes in North London, North West London and the Home Counties.

We are extremely proud of the luxury developments that we have built over the last fifteen years. Our reputation for maintaining the highest standards of quality, attention to detail and personal client service…

Developments


Locations


Use the map to view the excellent locations of all our projects and developments.

THE WHITE HOUSE

BUSHEY HEATH


Phase 2

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Bentley Place

Bentley Heath


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RENAISSANCE

Hadley Wood En4


An exclusive development of 5 Georgian style terrace houses

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News


Read below for our latest news and events at Heronslea

September 27th 2016
RENAISSANCE WINS NATIONAL PROPERTY AWARD

These award-winning homes provide luxury lateral living in one of North London’s most exclusive neighbourhoods. They have been built to an extremely high specification with each carefully crafted home providing…

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September 13th 2016
Heronslea family homes offer country living near excellent schools

Proving to be an attraction for potential purchasers, Bentley Place is situated in between the towns of Barnet and Potters Bar and close to sought-after Hadley Wood, offering a peaceful…

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September 6th 2016
THE LATEST TRENDS IN LUXURY LIVING

Hardwood floors are hugely trending right now with grey being the new neutral. Darker shades of grey look great in a herringbone wood pattern, which is gaining popularity in oversized…

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July 13th 2016
SHOW APARTMENT LAUNCHES AT THE WHITE HOUSE PHASE II BUSHEY HEATH

This exclusive development by leading Hertfordshire developer Heronslea Group has already captured the imagination of many purchasers since its launch in spring. Now 50 per cent sold, The White House…

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