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===London Borough of Enfield===
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===Enfield===
This area spans a large area of the London Borough of Enfield, home to some of the countries most expensive property west of the borough on Ridgeway and Slades Hill.
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This area spans a large area of the London Borough of Enfield, home to some of the countries most expensive property west of the borough on Ridgeway EN2 and Slades Hill EN2.
Enfield can be split into 4 distinct areas:
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Enfield can be split up into 3 distinct areas:
* Enfield Town, Chase, Slades and Hadley Wood - home to some of the capitals most expensive property west of the borough on Ridgeway, Slades Hill, Hadley Wood and Enfield Road; some that exceed the £10m mark. Shopping here can be relatively expensive in Palace Xchange but it's home to some well known stores such as: United Colours Of Benetton, Ralph Lauren, Armani Exchange, The Arsenal Store, H&M, Next, Rolex, Per Lui, TK Maxx, Pearsons Department Store, JD, M&S, Jane Norman and specialty coffee outlets such as: Cafe Néro, Starbucks and Costa. Enfield town is also home to the worlds first working & commercial ATM machine at the Barclays Bank on The Town EN2.
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* Enfield Town, Chase and Slades - home to some of the capitals most expensive property west of the borough on Ridgeway, Slades Hill, and Enfield Road; some that exceed the £10m mark. Shopping here can be relatively expensive in Palace Xchange but it's home to some well known stores such as: United Colours Of Benetton, Ralph Lauren, Armani Exchange, The Arsenal Store, H&M, Next, TK Maxx, Pearsons Department Store, JD, M&S, Jane Norman and speciality coffee outlets such as: Cafe Néro, Starbucks and Costa. Enfield town is also home to the worlds first working & commercial ATM machine at the Barclays Bank on The Town EN2.
*Southgate and Palmers Green - Wealthy suburban areas with beautiful victorian and edwardian era houses. It is a short bus ride from Enfield Town on the 121/329.
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*Southgate - A wealthy suburban area with beautiful victorian and edwardian era houses. It is a short bus ride from Enfield Town on the 121.
*Oakwood, Cockfosters, Grange Park and Cat Hill - Are upper-class suburbs included in London's Metropolitan Green Belt, vast countryside views are not uncommon in both Chase and Oakwood. Cat Hill is also home to Trent Park and Middlesex University's Trent Park/Cat Hill campus.
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*Oakwood, Chase and Cat Hill - Are middle-class suburbs included in London's Metropolitan Green Belt, vast countryside views are not uncommon in both Chase and Oakwood. Cat Hill is also home to Trent Park and Middlesex University's Trent Park/Cat Hill campus.
*Edmonton and Bush Hill Park - Two outer London middle-class suburbs; home to Edmonton Green shopping centre, Edmonton Green Bus Station and many shopping villages, the Edmonton constituency is the only Labour constituency in the borough.
 
  
 
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