Trent Park Overview and Details
If you’re looking for a place to call home, Trent Park might just be the perfect fit. With its rich heritage and natural beauty, this former royal hunting ground has been thoughtfully restored to its former glory. The centrepiece of Trent Park is the historic Grade II Listed Mansion House, which has been lovingly restored to its former regal pride, alongside The Daffodil Lawn. Surrounded by wildlife, ponds, lakes and ancient woodland, Trent Park is a natural and majestic place to call home.
Trent Park Community
Set within 413 acres of mature woodland, Trent Park offers a host of interesting places to explore. Take a leisurely stroll around the nearby Water Garden or Nature Trail, and discover the many shades of the seasons – from The Orangery and Wisteria Walk, to the lake, Daffodil Lawn and natural glades.
Trent Park Homes
Welcome to a new standard of living, where attention to detail is everything. Every room in your home offers the freedom of a blank canvas on which you can express your own style. The architectural qualities of each apartment and house are seamlessly reflected inside. Natural light floods these generous rooms, creating spaces that connect private spaces with the natural setting outside.
Within the beautifully restored Mansion House and Stable Block, an inspired range of apartments has been tastefully designed with classic and contemporary features. Throughout the interior, there are hallmarks of the 19th century movement away from the opulence of the past towards more intricate craftsmanship.
Trent Park Facilities
Taking their cue from traditional architecture, contemporary houses and apartments have been carefully considered to connect modern living with the expansive natural surroundings. The 3, 4 & 5 bedroom homes are designed for modern living, with light and space in abundance. These are places where young or growing families can enjoy life in a greener environment.
Landscape & Scenery
The rare and breathtaking scenery at Trent Park is right outside your front door. Explore new sights and sounds or find your favourite places and reinvigorate the senses in these idyllic surroundings. Set in a natural conservation area, the design and landscape of Trent Park has been carefully considered with connectivity between the expansive woodlands and residential areas. The impact of which has been to heighten the sense of outdoor living and enhance the rich personality of this special place.
Trent Park Landscape Garden
Peaceful, Historic and Rural Setting
Some 250 homes are set to create a thriving residential area. Grade II Listed buildings, modern apartments and traditional 2, 3, 4, & 5 bedroom new build houses will combine to create a new unique setting. To live here is to be part of history and to make your own history.
The backstory to Trent Park unveils its legacy and legendary status. A quintessentially English country retreat for the next 8 years. For the trendy, glamorous and super rich 23-year-old Sir Philip Sassoon, taking over Trent Park was the start of legendary parties and his reign as the ultimate socialite. Hosting the most extravagant parties with guests such as Sir Winston Churchill, Charlie Chaplin, George Bernard Shaw and John Singer Sargent. Extravagant Sassoon entertained guests with flights over Trent Park after tea. He was the first person in the UK to privately own a plane, building his own aerodrome to house his pride and joy, the Percival Q6, a 1930s British communications aircraft. On these grounds, Royalty hunted on horseback. In the Mansion House, the highest of society celebrated and in its rooms British Intelligence worked.
Henry VIII, Elizabeth I and James I took regal horses to hunt deer through these ancient woodlands, where Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II visited