Currently this L-shaped site is occupied by three houses and their gardens. Given the footprint of the existing built space represents only 8% of the site area, there is considerable development potential.
Four Oaks, 99 Camlet Way is an attractive late 1920s Arts and Crafts detached residence, arranged over three storeys and on a plot of approximately 1.23 acres. The house is well set back from the road within attractive manicured gardens. The property has the benefit of two road access points on the Camlet Way frontage with the capacity to form either a semi-circular carriage drive or to facilitate a separate access to the rear part of the garden (provisionally an area of about 0.6 acres).
97 Camlet Way is a semi-detached two storey house dating from the 1970s. The property is set in a fairly regularly shaped plot with vehicular access and a courtyard to the south of the property and a separate double garage.
95 Camlet Way is a three storey, double fronted, semi-detached cottage, part of which dates from about 1700. The house occupies a small, fairly rectangular plot and the Title currently provides for off street parking in the form of a single garage, accessed through the drive of number 97.
The properties are situated in an affluent residential area, located close to the mid-point and on the northern side of Camlet Way, one of Hadley Wood’s most prestigious addresses.
The properties are well placed within reach of local shops and restaurants in Hadley Wood, with an abundance of additional amenities provided in nearby Barnet and Cockfosters.
There is exceptional access to green open spaces: Hadley Wood Golf Club is located 1.22 km (0.76 miles) to the east, Hadley Wood Tennis Club is 600 metres to the north, Old Ford Manor Golf Club is 1.28 km (0.8 miles) to the west, Monkon Hadley Common is c.600 metres to the south-west and Covert Way Nature Reserve is c.700 metres to the south-east. Trent Park comprising 3.2 sq km of parkland - the closest entrance is just 2.4 km (1.5 miles) to the south-east of the property. Trent Park features a 'Go Ape!' forest adventure activity centre, hockey club, public golf course and equestrian centre and forms part of the Metropolitan Green Belt.
There are many well known and respected schools in the area including: Mount House School, Monken Hadley CofE Primary School, Queen Elizabeth School for Girls, Queen Elizabeth School for Boys and St John’s Preparatory School within a 3 km (1.9 mile) radius, Dame Alice Owen’s School, Stormont School, Lochinver House School, Queenswood School and Mill Hill School within a 6 km (3.7 miles) radius and Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys’ School, Haberdashers’ Aske’s School for Girls, Belmont Mill Hill Preparatory School, Aldenham School and Haileybury within a 16 km (10 miles) radius.
Transport communications are excellent: Junction 24 of the M25 is only 2.48 km (1.54 miles) to the north of the properties, providing easy access to all major motorway routes and London airports. Rail transportation is via Hadley Wood Railway Station, which is less than 575 metres to the north-east of the property, providing frequent services in to Finsbury Park (travel time c.16 minutes) and Moorgate (travel time c.32 minutes).
Prime Hadley Wood Development Opportunity on 1.41 Acre Site For Sale