The Millbrook Park regeneration project has benefitted greatly from the expertise of developers as it continues to transform the North western London suburb of Mill Hill. Designed and built by Taylor Wimpey, these family-size houses occupy Henry Darlot Drive which backs onto the idyllic grounds of Finchley Golf Club which is more sheltered and secluded than other parts of the property development. Off street parking is also available.
There are wider plans to construct spaces for restaurants, a primary school and two parks. Only a short stroll from Mill Hill East Station, the development is perfect for quick and convenient journeys into the centre of London. Several high-performing schools are located within a 15-minute drive from Millbrook Park: a fact that, together with the abundance of nearby open spaces, makes the development ideal for young families.
Excellent amenities can be found right on the doorstep of Millbrook Park in the form of a major branch of the Virgin Active franchise and a flagship Waitrose store. The Northern Line operates a service from Mill Hill East Station that covers both the West End and the City. Mill Hill Broadway Station is a short bus ride away and is on the Thameslink Line which runs fast trains to the St Pancras Eurostar terminus and the Crossrail (Elizabeth Line) interchange at Farringdon.