About Enfield

About the Area

Enfield

Enfield is the most northerly borough of Greater London and is home to a community of over 280,000 people. With its excellent communication links, being one of the greenest boroughs in London (with 105 parks and open spaces and its close proximity to stunning countryside) as well as being just 13 miles from central London, it’s no wonder that Enfield is such a popular place to live.

Transport

In the Borough of Enfield there are over 15 mainline train stations providing direct links to Central London (Moorgate & Liverpool Street). Enfield is also served by the Underground (Piccadilly Line) with stations at Cockfosters, Oakwood and Southgate.

London’s arterial motorway, the M25, forms part of Enfield’s northern border and can be accessed easily from either Jct 25 (A10 Enfield) or Jct 24 (A1005 or A111 – Potters Bar). The A10 takes you directly into Central London and connects with the A406 (North Circular Road).

Enfield Town

Enfield Town is ancient market town with the market dating back over 700 years. The Palace Gardens shopping centre has recently been extended and includes stores such as Marks & Spencer, Waitrose, Next and Pearsons Department Store as well as dozens of other well known ‘High Street’ stores. There is a huge choice of coffee shops, pubs, bars and restaurants of varying cuisines and budgets.

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