Creating luxury homes



A development of 4 contemporary, family town houses in the sought after Radlett area.

Bellis Homes has always been a fan of the town Radlett having previously done a development quite literally next door to Brook Mews, 10 apartments done to a very high spec, majority being sold off plan.

Bellis are really excited by this project and construction at Brook Mews is well under way with each house really starting to take shape, the thoughtful architectural design that has gone into each apartments has enabled the houses to utilise natural light throughout.



The development consists of 4 x terrace houses set in the well located area of Radlett, adjoining a previous development of 10 apartments.

The units are within walking distance of the station and local shops and amenities; additionally, it has great transport links into London and airports.


Radlett lies in the valley of Tykes Water, a stream that runs north from Aldenham Reservoir to the River Colne. Now entirely surrounded by the Metropolitan Green Belt, it is seeing significant 'infill' development and pressure to relax the Green Belt restrictions.

Radlett is one of the most prosperous places in Britain.

The town contains many substantial detached houses with large gardens. In the older centre there are also a few streets with Victorian semi-detached and terraced houses.

Over the past few years, the combination of its proximity to London and good transport links have meant that Radlett has become a property hotspot with majority of roads with an average price of over £1,000,000.


Radlett is a community within the historic Parish of Aldenham which has been created almost entirely within the last hundred years or so.

Despite its position astride the ancient highway of Watling Street, the thickly wooded land adjoining this seems to have been ignored for settlement as travellers, from pre-Roman times onwards, hurried along the street on their way from London to St Albans.