Enfield is a north London suburban borough bordering Barnet to the west, Haringey to the south and Waltham Forest to the east. Enfield lies on the edge of London, opening out onto the beautiful sprawling countryside of the county of Hertfordshire with the areas of Broxbourne, Welwyn Hatfield and Hertsmere to the north and the expansive Epping Forest in Essex to the north east. Enfield is one of London's largest boroughs, home to almost 300,000 people yet over two thirds of the borough is open spaces or protected green belt land with a wealth of urban and country parks, fields and farmland.
Enfield boasts a proud and distinguished history, home to several country houses and ancient monuments, the area also hosts a notable contingent of famous residents both past and present. With affordable homes and a safe, green environment, Enfield attracts many buyers pleasantly surprised by the good value of property compared to some of the more pricey neighbouring boroughs.
While on the lush, green perimeter of London, Enfield has excellent transport links with a quick and easy train journey into the City and West End. There are a range of activities to keep residents busy in the borough with seven bustling shopping areas, 900 hectares of parks, three golf clubs, and numerous cinemas, theatres and museums. There is a diverse community resident in the area. Enfield is undoubtedly a thriving place to live and work.
Notable for its range of great schools, vast green spaces and bustling retail centres, as well as good transport links to the rest of the city, Enfield is undoubtedly a thriving place to live and work and proves an excellent choice for first time buyers, families, young professionals and property investors alike.