Cockfosters is a beautiful suburban area that has plenty to offer. It is between the more popular Enfield and Barnet, but has everything families could ask for. This includes plenty of wonderful green open spaces and friendly communities.
A celebrated station
Cockfosters is most widely known for its Tube station. It is where the Piccadilly Line ends so early morning commuters are more likely to have a seat for their entire journey. It takes around 35 minutes to get to King’s Cross and an extra 5 minutes to Leicester Square. The service then continues on through west London.
Fast commute times may be the big selling point but the station itself is a notable piece of architecture. English architect Charles Holden came up with the design, choosing a European art deco style and using materials like glass, reinforced concrete and brick. One of the best features is the fact that the station is much smaller than others on the Piccadilly Line. The building has a Grade II listing.
Arts and Theatre
The suburb also has a great reputation in the arts fields. For one it is home to the iconic Chickenshed Theatre. This is an important part of the community, offering a packed calendar of events each year. The great thing is it allows locals to participate in productions if they want to.
Cockfosters is one of the most affluent areas in the London Borough of Enfield. Families can find beautiful homes with lots of space and a great array of amenities in the area. It is therefore an ideal location for them.
The popularity creates some great investment opportunities. Finefair can help with that, assisting investors with finding suitable properties. We also excel at managing property assets. For instance we are the most decorated team for block management Enfield has to offer. We can scale services to suit any need and can manage portfolios of various sizes.
If you would like to discuss services with us, please get in touch. Our team are pleased to offer advice and support wherever they can.