Enfield


Enfield is a large town and former parish in North London, located in the historic count of Middlesex.

It is centred 10 miles north-northeast of Charing Cross and has a population of nearly 159,000 residents with average property prices of £400, 562

Famous for having the first ever cashpoint in the United Kingdom at Barclays Bank in the High Street.

Great commuting town to central London either by public transport, by car via the A10,  or even by bicycle with its all new cycle lanes, and equally impressive road links with London M25 only a couple of miles away from the centre.