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Why move to Enfield Highway?
Look eastwards in the borough of Enfield and you’ll find Enfield Highway, an area in the midst of a major redevelopment. The sprucing up of the area is supported by Enterprise Enfield, which has helped new businesses to flourish and created economic prosperity for the surrounding area.
Located either side of Hertford Road between Hoe Lane and The Ride, Enfield Highway is a wise choice for buyers looking for a great investment, plus easy transport links into London.
If you are looking for an estate agent in Enfield Highway, please pop into our office on Hertford Road. We are both a lettings agent and sales agent for the Enfield Highway area, and will be happy to help you.
A short history
The highway after which Enfield Highway was named was originally a Roman Road and is now the A1010 Hertford Road.
Enfield became an important Medieval centre in 1303, having been given a market charter by Edward I, but it wasn’t until the arrival of the railway in 1840 that Enfield became a suburb of London. Growth in the early 20th Century was so rapid that Green Belt laws were imposed after World War Two to protect the neighbouring countryside.
The Royal Small Arms Factory (RSAF) was established at Enfield in 1816, and during the next 100 years it developed from a single, water-powered mill to a complex modern factory. As the main Government-owned manufactory for the production of military small arms, the RSAF produced hundreds of thousands of rifles and machine guns during both world wars.
Former residents of Enfield include Sir John Betjeman, Thomas Hardy and John Keats. The town also has a rich industrial past, as the birthplace of solid-state circuitry colour television, the first mass-produced Dishwasher and the first Cash Machine (ATM).
There’s a wide choice of property in Enfield Highway, ranging from modern, purpose-built blocks to Victorian terraces.
Enfield Island Village was built between 1997 and 2003 on a 100-acre site previously occupied by the Royal Small Arms Factory. With a mixture of housing ranging from one-bedroom flats to five-bedroom houses, the development has a central parkland area, a small supermarket, a pharmacy, a take-away, a private fitness centre, and a library.
Enfield will soon benefit from the £3.5 Billion Meridian Way development. This ground-breaking regeneration project covers an 85 hectare area and will provide 10,000 new homes, a full range of shops and facilities, a new Meridian Water train station and 6,700 permenant jobs. This is a phased development, but the station will open in 2018, with some homes available from this date.
If you are interested in putting your house on the market, our Sales Agents will be pleased to arrange a home valuation. Those looking to purchase property in Enfield Highway can discuss their needs with our local experts and arrange viewings at suitable properties. Alternatively, if you are a Landlord considering letting your property, or you are looking to rent within the Enfield Highway area, our Lettings Agents are on hand to support you.
Broadfield Square, Enfield
Offers in the region of £399,995
KINGS GROUP Are delighted to offer this THREE BEDROOM, Terraced House to the market. A RARE addition to the market this wonderful opportunity has potential for FURTHER DEVELOPMENT STP and...
Brick Lane, Enfield
Offers in the region of £159,995
KINGS GROUP Are delighted to offer this ONE DOUBLE BEDROOM FLAT to the Market. Situated within close proximity to all local SHOPS AND AMENITIES, Including BRIMSDOWN STATION which offers great...
Riley Road, Enfield
Offers in the region of £425,000
KINGS GROUP are delighted to offer this THREE BEDROOM, SEMI DETACHED Property to the Market. Situated within close proximity to all local shops and amenities, Including Tottenham Hale & LONDON...
Sherborne Avenue, Enfield
Offers in the region of £359,995
KINGS GROUP are delighted to offer this THREE BEDROOM House to the Market. Situated within close proximity to all LOCAL SHOPS & AMENITIES including Brimsdown Train Station offering great access...
Beaconsfield Road, Enfield
Offers in the region of £389,995
KINGS GROUP Are delighted to offer this Three Bedroom Terraced House to the market. Situated within short proximity to all local SHOPS & AMENITIES including Enfield Lock Station which offers...
Oldbury Road, Enfield
£1650 pcm Tenant Info
Available NowThree Bedroom House with DRIVEWAY PARKING. Occupants will benefit from a great size lounge, fitted kitchen with appliances, storage, convervatory leading to a family size garden with an outbuilding,...
Enfield boasts great Overland connections into Central London, making it an obvious choice for commuters. Stations include Ponders End, Brimsdown, Enfield Lock, Southbury and Turkey Street taking you to Liverpool Street in under half an hour.
The new crossrail 2 line, proposed to connect Enfield Lock to Tottenham Hale in the south and to Cheshunt and Broxbourne in the north, will also benefit the area, with 10-12 trains per hour each direction.
There is easy access from within the borough to both the A10 and M25.
Shopping, eating and drinking
Enfield Highway offers a variety of authentic and diverse eateries. If you’re looking for some pub grub, or a pint, check out The Red Lion, with hearty meals, live music and a vibrant atmosphere.
The Enfield Retail Park on the A10 offers a great selection of big brand names, including Next Home, Sports Direct, Halfords and Toys R Us, plus food from Crispy Crème Doughnuts and Nandos.
The nearest shopping mall, the Palace Shopping Centre, is in nearby Enfield Town, with chains including M&S and Waitrose. There’s also no shortage of independent stores, including bakeries and delis, plus a twice-weekly market.
Things to do
If you like to explore the great outdoors, a walk along the River Lea towpath, from Enfield Lock is a popular option. It’s possible to walk south as far as Bow Lock along well marked route.
For the latest cinema releases, visit the Odeon at the Lee Valley Leisure Centre or the Cineworld complex on the corner of the A10 and Southbury Road.
There are many options for keeping fit within Enfield. In addition to leisure centres and gyms, there are many sporting venues, such as clay shooting at the Rectory Farm Shooting Ground, tennis, golf and bowls.
Close by in Enfield Town you’ll find the Whitewebbs Museum of Transport, with old cars and motorcycles on display. Plus don’t miss visiting Forty Hall manor house, surrounded by ancient royal parkland. Dating back to the 1620s, Forty Hall is now a museum of life in the 17th Century, and frequently hosts concerts and workshops.
Blue Planet Montessori Nursery School ~ Enfield Day Nursery ~ Kids Inc Day Nursery
Brimsdown Primary School ~ Carterhatch Infant School ~ Carterhatch Junior School ~ Chesterfield School ~ Eastfield Primary School ~ Enfield Heights Academy ~ Forty Hill C of E Primary School ~ Freezywater St George's C of E Primary School ~ Kingfisher Hall Primary Academy ~ St James C of E Primary School ~ Suffolks Primary School ~ Worcesters Primary School
Bishop Stopford's School ~ Kingsmead School ~ Lea Valley High School ~ Oasis Academy Enfield ~ St Ignatius College (Boys)
Braeside School (Girls) ~ Grange Park Preparatory School (Girls) ~ Keble School (Boys) ~ Normanhurst School ~ Oaklands School
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