From Beaufort Park's Cavendish Apartments it is a five-minute walk to Colindale station on the Northern Line of London's underground rail network. And from there, regular services and fast connections mean that destinations across the city are all within easy reach. Bankers and business people can be at Moorgate or The City within half an hour. Students can get to class at King's College, the London School of Economics or one of the renowned teaching hospitals just as quickly. Several of Britain's top schools - Harrow, Haberdashers' Aske's and The Latymer School are all within 16km. And theatregoers, shoppers, or people simply keen to make the most of the sights and opportunities London can offer are never far from the heart of the action. 'There is no doubt that Beaufort Park enjoys superb transport links,' says Peter Murray, director of residential at Jones Lang LaSalle. 'It is less than 30 minutes to central London and there are also excellent road connections, making it easy to get to Heathrow and Luton airports, to the Eurostar rail terminus, and to other parts of the country.' The neighbourhood has its own attractions. Beaufort Park is close to the fashionable residential districts of Mill Hill, Hampstead and Hendon. These offer an enticing range of quality shops, bars, restaurants and cafes. There is no trouble finding golf clubs and tennis courts, while Hampstead Heath offers leafy jogging trails, cycle routes and horse riding. Within the Beaufort Park development, there is everything from friendly bars with international cuisine to Italian and Chinese restaurants, a hair and beauty salon, and a Tesco Express convenience store. Coming soon, as part of the Cavendish Apartments expansion, is The Spa, an exclusive health and fitness centre for residents only. 'That will be the ideal place to relax and energise your mind, body and soul,' Murray says. 'And after a swim, a workout in the gym or a session of pampering, you will emerge refreshed and ready to join friends and family for a drink or meal.'