Enfield has a wonderful history and enjoyed a great deal of growth over the centuries. Originally the area began to grow because it was located on the Roman road between London and York. By 1086 the town was established and became a bustling centre for commerce. A market charter followed in 1303 and the arrival of the railway in 1840 transformed the area into a suburb of the capital.
The area became a focus for rapid development following the industrial revolution. This reached such a high level that Green Belt laws had to be put in place following WWII to restrict expansion too far into the surrounding countryside. These laws were successful and are the reason why the Borough remains so green and open.
Today Enfield remains an attractive area to live in. It still feels like it has its own community and is home to a number of great restaurants and shops for people to enjoy. Leisure attractions don’t stop there though with plenty of manor houses to enjoy as well as the great open spaces and countryside. On top of these benefits the transport links to the centre of London remain fantastic.
Property prices in Enfield are amongst the most affordable in the whole of London. This makes it attractive for first time buyers as well as investors. The latter enjoy the rising rental incomes and the fact that many people look for long tenancies in the area.
Enfield is a really great area with a property market that offers good investment opportunities. Whether you are looking at an owner occupier or a landlord there is a really good chance you’ll find the right property here. Finefair is on hand to help with this and has been working in the area for many years. Clients can expect a personal service from us.
If investment properties in Enfield capture your interest please don’t hesitate to contact us for advice and a comprehensive service.