Enfield Area Guide
Enfield Town, also known as Enfield, is the historic centre of the London Borough of Enfield. It is 10 miles north-northeast of central London. The area is identified in the London Plan as one of 35 major centres in Greater London. With countryside, good schools, lots of period family homes and the world's first ATM. Enfield is a great place to settle
The town sits on the very edge of north London where the suburbs give way to beautiful Hertfordshire countryside. It has a quick and easy train journey into the City and West End, an attractive town centre, good schools and fine period properties.
TRANSPORT LINKSEnfield sits close to the M25. Enfield Town and Bush Hill Park stations have trains to Liverpool Street, which takes around 35 minute. Some commuters change at Seven Sisters on to the Tube. Enfield Chase station has trains to Moorgate again around 35 minutes, with some commuters changing to the Tube at Finsbury Park. All stations are in Zone 5 and an annual travel card will costs around £ 2,328.
NEARBY SCHOOLSSchools in Enfield fall under the Enfield Local Education Authority. St George’s RC, St Michael’s CofE, St Andrew’s CoE and Raglan are all very popular primary schools. Many people even move again to be closer to Enfield Grammar, a top-performing boys’ comprehensive, and Enfield County, the girls’ comprehensive, or to the two Enfield postcodes which are in the catchment area for the very popular Dame Alice Owen’s School in nearby Potters Bar.”
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