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Property for sale in Enfield, London

Enfield is a borough in the north of London that offers its residents much more than just the proximity to the capital. Property prices in Enfield are lower than those in many other boroughs of the Greater London. This is a relatively affordable place for foreigners or other people who are planning to buy property in London as a permanent residence and commute to work in the center of the capital in only 45 minutes.

The best new apartments in London, as well as real estate in Enfield at prices from owners and developers are listed in the catalog on the London website!

Advantages of Enfield

Renovation is still ongoing in Enfield, which promises more houses, better amenities for residents and guests, as well as new jobs.

Several large enterprises, including Travis Perkins, are based in Enfield. SONY has a distribution center in Innova Business Park here.

Trains and underground

There are four underground stops on the Piccadilly Line in Enfield, i.e. Arnos Grove, Oakwood, Southgate, and Cockfosters. You can get to Central London in 45 minutes.

Enfield Town Rail Station itself is on the London Overground, 26 minutes by train from the Liverpool Street Station near the City of London.

Great Northern trains also stop at several stations within the borough, Enfield Chase among them. A train ride from here to Stevenage (Hertfordshire in England) takes 40 minutes.


Enfield is conveniently nestled between the North Circular Road and the M25 (London Orbital Motorway). Both motorways can be congested during rush hours.

The A10 is a major road that crosses the borough from the north to the south and connects Enfield to Central London in the south and to Cheshunt, Hertfordshire in the United Kingdom, in the north. A10 also connects to the North Circular Road running through the upper part of North London. Please note that this road does not make a complete circuit, although it is called circular.


Enfield is serviced by the London City Airport and the London Stansted Airport, which are only a 40-minute drive away (allowing for delays because of traffic jams). Flybe is a low-cost airline flying from London City, while Ryanair and EasyJet operate from Stansted, making any flight to the continent quick and cheap.


Enfield Market has worked in the borough since 1303. In 2016, it was recognized as the best public market. It sells groceries, including farm foods, as well as clothes and wines.

Popular chain stores such as Next, Marks & Spencer, and Waitrose can be found in the shopping mall Enfield’s Palace Gardens.


Chickenshed is a theatre company based in Enfield. There are also the Millfield Arts Centre and the Dugdale Centre where you can watch the latest performances and mix with the local theatre and patron community.

Cafés and restaurants

Enfield has numerous cafés and other establishments, from traditional English pubs to Indian restaurants and Greek bakeries. The most popular eateries are Chez Tonton on East Barnet Road serving French cuisine and Saathi on Chase Side offering Indian dishes.

Parks and green areas

Besides a museum in the former manor house, Forty Hall Estate, there are Trent Park, Enfield Chase, Capel Manor Gardens, Myddelton House Gardens, and Grovelands Park here. The lifestyle in Enfield offers a perfect opportunity to hide from the hustle and bustle of the city in any of these green areas.

Property types and prices

Enfield has been growing quickly after the construction of the North Circular Road (A406) began in the 1920s – 1930s. It now runs to the south from this borough. Most of residential properties in Enfield, London, England, United Kingdom were built at approximately the same time. These historical buildings, however, intersperse with contemporary homes.

Enfield Town has a long history. Like most of the borough, it expanded in the 1930s, when many large semi-detached houses were built. This is where most English families live. Some small apartments affordable for expats appeared in the borough later.

If your budget is not too limited, you should have a look at Gentleman’s Row in Enfield Town. This is an affluent street with sprawling 16th – 18th century terraced houses. Such real estate for sale in Enfield features marvelous gardens and white picket fences. Spacious houses are located near the New River that runs through the center of Enfield.

Cockfosters, Southgate, and Arnos Grove are districts that experienced a powerful boost in the 1930s, when the Piccadilly Line was extended to the northeast of London. Besides 1930s houses, you will find more modern properties for sale in Enfield built in the 1950s and 1960s to satisfy the growing demand for housing.

Edmonton and Edmonton Green, the former industrial districts, offer numerous properties that used to be municipality-owned. These are perfect for first-time businessmen and investors trying their hand in the London real estate market. In the early 2000s, a large-scale renovation was completed in both districts. Plans are now developed to build large quantities of contemporary homes there.

To the west of Enfield is the affluent Oakwood, located within the Green Belt of the Greater London. Local homes offer breathtaking views of forests and fields. The combination of urban amenities, beautiful nature, and a subway station nearby made house prices in Oakwood some of the highest in the entire borough.

Property prices in Enfield

According to a London economics website, Enfield is still among the top 10 most affordable boroughs for purchasing real estate in London. At present, an average property here costs €533,966. This value grew by 42% over the past five years.

If you want to buy real estate in Enfield, here are some tentative prices:

  • Detached house: €882,974
  • Semi-detached house: €695,026
  • Terraced house: €574,317
  • Apartments in London in the Borough of Enfield: €345,234

Buying property in Enfield for expats is an easy task on the London website that offers a wide selection.

Investment property in Enfield

Real estate investment in Enfield is a smart choice. According to some data, the average rent here is €1,566 per month. You can find a home for €968 – €1,946 per month depending on the features of the property. The average annual rental yield is 3.42%. The prime location of the borough, the short commute to the city center, the well-developed transport system, and extensive facilities suggest that if you buy property for investment in Enfield you can expect a good return.

The team on the London website will gladly help you to invest in Enfield property.

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