3 Oct

Enfield grows stronger as part of a truly greater London

Enfield grows stronger as part of a truly greater London

North London is home to a number of vibrant suburbs, one of them being Enfield. Finding itself just inside the enclosures of the M25, Enfield is well located for travel to London and beyond while also offering a great deal within its own borough boundaries.

Enfield used to be a small market town in the county of Middlesex but since it was formed as a London borough in 1965 it has enjoyed a whole host of benefits that come as part of being a borough.

Firstly, the transport links which run in and out of the surrounding areas are all efficient and wide-ranging. The town is served by the Piccadilly Line, with tube stations in the area including Cockfosters, Oakwood, Southgate and Arnos Grove.

There are a plethora of bus routes available through the capital which connect Enfield to the rest of the city and there are also two train stations, Enfield Town and Enfield Chase, which both connect into London as well as further out of the city towards Hertfordshire and beyond.

Obviosuly the main motorway close by to Enfield is the M25 but there are also a number of other large roads which zig-zag their way across London and beyond.

There are also plenty of reasons to stay in the Enfield region for most of your daily and weekly errands and recreational activities. Enfield has a great deal of sporting facilities including football, tennis and gold while the sport Koneball was actually invented in Enfield.

There is also plenty to do for the younger generations with scouting and guiding being a traditional stronghold as well as there being plenty of shopping facilities and entertainment complexes.

The town has gone from strength to strength since becoming part of Greater London and it offers plenty for those looking for property for sale in Enfield.


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