Enfield is a town and borough in the northern part of Greater London. Popular with commuters and as an attractive place to live, it blends the convenience of suburbia with easy access to the surrounding Hertfordshire countryside.
Enfield sits a comfortable distance within the great circle of the M25, a little over 10 miles to the north of London’s centre. Business travellers coming to serviced apartments in Enfield will find an area very much on the border between town and country, a suburban town within touching distance of the beautiful Hertfordshire countryside. Until 1965, Enfield was in the now dissolved county of Middlesex, before becoming the ‘London Borough of Enfield’. It has a population of over 100,000, so is big enough to attract its own business, as well as being a pleasant commuter town for those working in London, Hertfordshire and Essex.
In 2006, the town centre of Enfield finished a major regeneration project that has helped to establish the town as a major retail hub in the area. Despite the distance from London’s centre, visitors to our Enfield serviced apartments will find it well served for transport into the city. The four northernmost stations of the London Underground’s Piccadilly Line lie in Enfield, while Enfield Town’s railway station runs regular services into Liverpool Street. By road, the A10 runs on the eastern side of the town, running south into London and connecting to the M25 less than two miles northwards.