It is Lee Baron’s first partnership with this branch of the property developer.
The firm’s remit will include the day-to-day estate management of the residential spaces, including the maintenance and cleaning of the common areas and ensuring compliance with all the latest health and safety legislation.
The historic 56-acre estate is set in 413 acres of mature parkland within Trent Country Park – formerly King Henry IV’s hunting grounds in the 14th century. The development consists of one, two and 3-bedroom apartments and four and five-bedroom houses, as well as club facilities including tennis courts, a gym and a swimming pool. The area also offers activities such as an equestrian centre and a golf club. This estate includes a restored Wisteria Walk, with a pergola set upon columns made out of pink Italian marble, once walked on by Winston Churchill.
Situated in the Oakwood, Cockfosters and Hadley Wood area, the development’s homes have 24-hour security in the parkland setting, but are well-connected to local amenities as King’s Cross in London is about 30 minutes from Oakwood station.
Ian Jones, Lee Baron’s group chief operating officer, said: “This is a historic and luxury complex in a great local neighbourhood in London, and we look forward to sharing our expertise and management oversight as part of this ongoing project.”
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