Cantonese pub

Be dazzled by the help buying Hotspot Beaufort Park in December


This is a sponsored article on behalf of St George.

As we get closer and closer to the end of the year, it’s time to start planning for 2022. And if your New Year’s resolution is to finally climb the London real estate ladder, we have to good news for you.

Beaufort Park, a thriving new neighborhood in North West London, has just grown, with the launch of a new phase of housing available with Help to Buy. On December 11, you are invited to discover it for yourselves Рand to meet your potential future neighbors Рaround p̢t̩s and mulled wine.

But first, a little taste of what to expect …

Feel like part of a community

Beaufort Park is a development of contemporary and bright Manhattan studios and 1 to 3 bedroom apartments and penthouses, located on 25 acres with landscaped grounds at its heart. But it’s so much more than that.

Real estate developer St George, part of the Berkeley Group, aims to create spaces where people can connect and feel part of the community. This is why they have integrated so many incredible public facilities; Not only do residents have exclusive access to an on-site spa, gym, and pool, Beaufort Park is also home to shops, restaurants, and bars.

Yes, Beaufort Park even comes with its own spa

Head to the contemporary Cantonese restaurant JM Oriental for delicious Dim Sum. Have an after-work drink at the Beaufort pub. Or treat yourself to a moment of relaxation in one of the lounges on site. All are just steps from your charming new home.

Hampstead and Camden a few stops away

It’s also easy to venture further afield: Beaufort Park is less than a mile from Colindale Metro Station. From here you can get to Euston, King’s Cross St. Pancras and Oxford Circus in under half an hour, proving that you don’t have to sacrifice proximity to the best parts of town to own a home. in the capital.

Picturesque Hampstead and the ever-cool Camden Town are only four and seven stops respectively on the North Line as well.

Private terraces and balconies

At Finlay House, the final phase of Beaufort Park, all apartments have their own private terrace or balcony, many of which overlook the landscaped courtyard nestled behind the development. Inside every home you’ll find built-in SMEG and Bosch appliances, tasteful LED lighting and large windows, flooding every living space with light.

Overall, the development is just as well designed for lazy days at home as it is for connecting with the local community.

A room with balcony access in Beaufort Park – note the nod to Colindale’s aeronautical heritage

But don’t just take our word for it – drop by the Beaufort Park Marketing Suite between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Saturday, December 11 and see for yourself. Can’t make an appointment? No problem, just register your interest and a member of the team will contact you to arrange a meeting at your convenience.


Beaufort Park (Colindale). Home to a range of apartments and penthouses – with Buyer’s Aid available – priced at £ 274,950 – £ 919,950.