A breath of fresh air
Every community needs greenery and parkland. With its sensitively landscaped parkland, tree-lined streets and pleasing views, Beaufort Park is truly a place in which to breathe.
At its centre is a series of interlinked open spaces, each with its own character and personality, and each complemented by long vistas that help create a distinct mood of airiness and calm. Even Market Street, the spacious retail and restaurant area at the heart of Beaufort Park, is graced by a line of trees.
Just as the great parks of central London offer instant escape and relaxation to a busy populace, so Beaufort Park has delightfully planned and exquisitely maintained green space at the core of its design.
London's most elegant Royal Park originally a hunting ground for Henry VIII and designed by John Nash in 1811 is skirted to the north by the Regent's Canal and includes a boating lake, a professional Open Air Theatre, botanic gardens and the 36 acre London Zoo.
The London Planetarium and Madame Tussauds are close by in Baker Street.
Situated just north of Highgate village, Highgate Woods is a surviving part of the ancient Great Forest of Middlesex and one of the most tranquil spots in the whole of London. The world famous Highgate Cemetery in Swains Lane
a breathtaking collection of tombs and catacombs - is a short walk away.