The most exclusive road in Hadley Wood is Camlet Way with its grand mansions and new developments. It is the most sought after address in this part of North London, and it’s most prestigious development The Residence, by Heronslea Group, surpasses anything else like it on the market. Featuring just nine individually designed, notable apartments, which take luxury to the next level, this spectacular development includes the new ‘must-have’ for exclusive apartments – private pools. It scooped three awards last year – Apartment Scheme of the Year at Premier Guarantee Awards, Best Development in Hertfordshire and Best Apartment in Hertfordshire for its stunning show apartment at the UK Property Awards.

Situated on the edge of Hadley Common, The Residence benefits from an enviable position adjacent to ten acres of ancient woodland. Each individually styled home offers breathtaking views and seclusion from the hustle and bustle of London life, while offering easy access into Central London. Jason Rishover, CEO of Heronslea Group comments: “This is our most prestigious development to date. We have blended the latest technology, with the finest design and the best craftsmanship to create nine very special individual homes, in the address to live in.”

Jewish Life in this part of London includes Hadley Wood Synagogue which has 120 family members and Cockfosters and North Southgate Synagogue which has 1100 members. For schooling options there is the JCoss Jewish secondary state school  in EN4, which is rated “Outstanding “ by OFSTED for its 6th form  and “Good” for other years and Wolfson Hillel State Primary School, which is “ Outstanding in all areas”. These schools have encouraged many young families to into the area. Daily Kosher produce can be found at Cockfosters Deli and Fios Continental Foods all offering a large selection.

The Residence is set in gated grounds, with a sweeping driveway that leads down to the development. Once a large manor house, this beautiful collection of homes with first class security now features landscaped gardens and terraces, floodlit lighting and intricate stonework.

The lobby showcases a magnificent hand blown chandelier and benefits from hotel style concierge. The spilt level basement car park provides two parking spaces per apartment, with eight additional visitor spaces, a storeroom per apartment and state of the art gym with the latest equipment and floor to ceiling mirrors. A lift serves every floor from the car park.

Internally apartments are situated across the ground, first and second floors. All featuring three bedrooms, each home is distinctive with every detail carefully thought through. Two of the ground floor apartments boast outdoor heated pools whilst the penthouse offers virtually 360 degree views overlooking countryside.

Bespoke fixtures and fittings have been handpicked by Heronslea’s interior design team to ensure every element feels exclusive. From custom-built floors to luxurious wall coverings, stunning kitchens and gorgeous bathrooms – only the finest design and materials has been selected.

Village charm has given this leafy area family and downsizers appeal, while commuters have been drawn its nearby motorway links and the 30 minute journey into Central London. Due to its location the majority of homes here are a short walk from open space. This part of the capital has appealed to a wide range of buyers, as it provides better value for money than the more expensive areas of North London like Hampstead and Highgate, and central areas like Kensington and Knightsbridge.

The area benefits from many leisure facilities including Trent Park with its 400 acres and the beautiful Hadley Wood Golf Club. This 18 hole course, designed by Dr Alister MacKenzie, with its Georgian clubhouse set on a hill in its own parkland has been described as “an absolute gem.” For tennis lovers, Hadley Wood tennis club has five floodlit courts, the area also has cricket, football and two bridge clubs (Friday and Tuesday nights). Hadley Wood Village is a favourite with its shops, restaurants, pubs and boutiques.

Both Cockfosters (Piccadilly line) and High Barnet (Northern Line) Tube Stations are just a five minute drive away, providing direct access into Central London in 30 minutes. By road The Residence is a short distance from the A1 and the M1 along with junction 24 off the M25. Internationally Heathrow and Luton Airport are just 25 miles away. Prices start from £1.695m for further information please contact the selling agents Statons on 0208 441 9555 or visit

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