London is a city of contrasts, and nowhere is this more apparent than in the boroughs. The borough of Barnet has a suburban feel with its leafy streets lined with houses and gardens. You’ll find many parks and green spaces in the area, along with plenty of shopping opportunities for those who like to browse high street stores or enjoy some retail therapy at their local mall. It’s also easy to get around on foot or by bus when you live in Barnet, it’s one of London’s most pedestrian-friendly areas!
Locals shops are around 10min walk with Edgware city centre about 30 mins walk. There is a single bus running past the development. A great range of shops and restaurants. I like the quietness of the area and greenery directly surrounding the area
Please review your development:
The design is good. Kitchen could have been better designed. They should have installed a second hard water pipe to kitchen sink or even better installed a water softener as standard due to geographical location. There is a nice little park/open area within the development. However this is ruined by thoughtless dog owners who don’t pick up after. Parking is an issue as everyday visitors park in other peoples bay. Our intercom doesn’t work so it’s a pain. Our gate scrapes the ground when been opened as closed. Management company says it’s because the ground is not level and won’t instruct Fairview to fix it. They oven make claims about damage to gate without any evidence then charge us for repairs. I feel management company is very good
Please share one thing (or more) which you wish you had known before you moved in:
I wasn’t expecting there to be 100 plus points for snagging. Poor quality control and then ask owner to go through each point and turn developers takes months to remedy it
What is the best feature of your home:
Mainly the location. Rooms are decent size as well