[SPONSORED ARTICLE] London property appeals to buyers from diverse backgrounds, whether it's businesspeople who need convenient access to the financial districts, students living near universities or overseas property investors looking for areas with the strongest growth potential. Families with kids looking to move to the UK capital often have very specific criteria, and it can be a struggle to find a home that checks all these boxes. A major new development in North London is addressing this high demand by offering well-connected family-friendly homes close to education institutions and surrounded by nature, while also offering strong rental growth for landlords. Less than 30 minutes from the city center, Trent Park by leading developer Berkeley Homes is one of the most significant residential properties entering the North London market in Q4 2019. Set within 413 acres of parkland, this expansive development includes a restored heritage mansion and several quiet neighborhoods of new build houses, making an ideal base to raise a family close to some of the UK's best schools. 'Outstanding' education North London is home to many aspirational schools, with curriculums that aim to challenge, excite and inspire children's learning and the track records to prove it. A wide selection of nursery schools and independent and state-run primary and secondary schools are just a few minutes' drive from Trent Park, more than 20 of these being rated 'Outstanding' by education regulator Ofsted. For older students, some of London's most prestigious universities are also within easy reach, among them King's College London, Imperial College London and the London School of Economics. A shuttle service connects the park to nearby Oakwood Underground station in 5 to 15 minutes for convenient travel into the city center, taking 26 minutes to reach King's Cross station and the internationally-renowned Central Saint Martins - University of the Arts London (UAL). The nearby suburbs of Oakwood and Cockfosters have all the basic amenities families need, from supermarkets, cafes and restaurants to pharmacies and clinics. For trips further afield, for business or pleasure, there are two Tube stations just a mile away from the development and it's just 14 minutes by car to the M25 motorway, reaching financial hub Canary Wharf in 35 minutes and four international airports in 28 to 40 minutes' drive. Outdoor activities Kids and adults will enjoy an active lifestyle at Trent Park, with indoor and outdoor activities making the most of the scenic location. Once renovations are complete, the central Mansion House will feature a state-of-the-art residents' gym in the Orangery, a heated outdoor pool (originally dating back to 1922) and tennis courts. Following the footpaths and cycle paths will reveal the natural beauty of the grounds and the surrounding woodlands of Trent Country Park. Young thrill-seekers (10 and older) will love the treetop adventures of Go Ape Cockfosters, spotting deer and other wildlife from platforms more than 100 feet in the air and swinging between the trees on Alpine zip wires of almost 400 feet in length. Animal lovers of all ages can get close and personal with all sorts of critters at the Wildlife Centre and Ambulance Service, seeing talented veterinarians nursing sick and injured creatures back to health. With the development of heritage sites in the UK being strictly limited, Trent Park is a rare opportunity to invest in an English countryside property within easy reach of Central London. Only 212 homes are being released to overseas property investors in the first phase. For more information about Trent Park and other residential properties in London, click here or contact JLL Investments Limited at +852 3759 0909 or firstname.lastname@example.org .