Enfield Town: Where city meets countryside
Those looking to move to somewhere where the city meets the
countryside may want to consider looking at
property for sale in Enfield.
Located 10.1 miles north-east of London's Charing Cross, Enfield
Town is in the London Borough of Enfield.
It boasts a cobbled market square and is set in more than 2,000
acres of parkland and open spaces, making it one of London's
Those who enjoy the great outdoors can take a stroll around Trent
Park or the public gardens of Capel Manor, which is home to a
Others may prefer to visit Forty Hall – a stately 17th
century manor house or Myddelton House, which is full of exotic
Enfield Town centre underwent a large amount of redevelopment work,
which was completed in 2006. It saw the existing shopping centre
extended and renamed Palace Exchange.
Those who like nothing more than visiting a good museum should
enjoy Enfield Town, as it is home to Whitewebbs Museum of
People with children will be pleased to hear that there are many
primary and secondary schools in the London borough of Enfield,
including Enfield County School.
Some 72 per cent of Year 11 pupils at this school achieved five
A*-C grades in their GCSEs last year.
For those with a passion for exercise, Enfield Town and the
surrounding area have plenty to offer. For example, there is the
Botany Bay Cricket Club, Enfield Lawn Tennis Club, Enfield Rugby
Club and Drill Hall Sports Club.
Enfield Town railway station is in Travelcard Zone 5 and is the
last stop on the line served by Greater Anglia from London
During off-peak times, there are usually two trains per hour to
London Liverpool Street, however, during peak times, four or five
trains serve the station.
There are also extra trains on Tottenham Hotspur's match days, when
trains start at Enfield Town railway station and travel to White
Hart Lane station.
At the other side of the town centre is Enfield Chase railway
station, which is served by the Hertford Loop Line.