Two-thirds of the borough is open space or designated green belt land, with 16 conservation areas and genuine rural living in the North. The heart of the borough is Enfield Town. The western part of Enfield is largely residential, with shopping centres in Southgate, Palmers Green and Cockfosters. Edmonton in the East borders Essex and Tottenham.
There’s a wide choice of properties to buy, with the borough offering much better value than the majority of the capital and many parts of the South East.
Alternatively, there are the options for Shared ownership
If you’re looking to rent, you can find plenty of choice and good value.
The borough is located across London Fare Zones 4 and 5. The Piccadilly is Enfield’s direct route into the West End, with stations at Cockfosters, Oakwood, Southgate and Arnos Grove. There are also London Overground services from Enfield Town and Great Northern services into Moorgate. London buses serve the whole borough. The road links are good too, with the M25, North Circular and A10 all passing through the borough.
Central London is in easy reach from Enfield, but there are plenty of things to do and see in borough itself – from parks and countryside to pubs, restaurants and the Chicken Shed Theatre. We’ve had a look around the web to pick out some highlights.