A guide to Enfield, EN1

I remember when this was all fields…

Period properties, large 1930’s family houses, flats and bungalows can all be found in EN1. The postcode covers a large area of Enfield that is popular with first time buyers as well as growing families looking for larger properties with outside space.

Families like the excellent schools in EN1, which include St. George’s R.C. Primary School and Worcesters Primary School, both rated ‘excellent’ by Ofsted. Chase Community and Bishop Stopfords are two secondary schools in the area to have been rated ‘good’ by Ofsted.

Transport links in and out of London are excellent from EN1. The local area is served by numerous train stations, many of which are due to be taken over the Transport for London in the next couple of years. Local train stations include Enfield Town and Bush Hill Park for trains towards London Liverpool Street.

A large array of information including council tax rate and local services can be found on the council website.

Our key areas:

The Willow Estate

Developed in the 1930s, today the residential area between Southbury Road and Carterhatch Lane is popular with families. Learn more about The Willow Estate.


Terraced properties on Southbury Road and the roads adjacent attract first time buyers and young families. Learn more about Southbury.

Bush Hill Park

Locals love the villagey feel and tree lined streets. Learn more about Bush Hill Park.