A quiet suburb in the London Borough of Enfield, Arnos Grove has grown in popularity with families and first-time buyers over recent years. Covering the postcodes of N11 and N14, its housing stock is mostly 1930s in design, however, there's an increasing supply of modern accommodation being built to cater for those who want easy access to central London, but enjoy the open green spaces which Arnos Grove has in abundance.
It enjoys a well-serviced high-street with plenty of amenities, restaurants and local businesses. However, the beauty of Arnos Grove is its central location, surrounded by adjoining areas such as Southgate, East Barnet and Palmers Green, to name but a few.
Arnos Grove’s big advantage is its many vast green spaces, with Arnos Park offering 44 acres of mostly grassy fields, great for picnics, runners or a peaceful stroll. Meanwhile, just a stone's throw away is Broomfield Park with its 54 acres of green space, children’s' play area, model boating pond, attractive lake, bandstand, tennis courts and more, which will especially appeal to families and those who enjoy the outdoors. Adorning the north side of the park is Alderman’s Hill and a delightful parade of cafes and restaurants to stop for a coffee or a spot of lunch.
Arnos Grove Underground Station is situated in Zone 4 on the Piccadilly line and reaches Kings Cross in 20 minutes.
The nearest rail service is New Southgate Station, a ten-minute walk from Arnos Grove, which travels into Kings Cross.
Arnos Grove is served by London Buses routes: 34, 184, 251, 298, 382, and the night bus N91.
Garfield Primary School Bowes Primary School Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Primary School St Paul's CofE Primary School Holly Park Primary School Bounds Green Infant & Junior School St Martin of Porres RC Primary School
Friern Barnet School Broomfield School Alexandra Park School
Did you know?
Arnos Grove Tube Station is one of the finest works of celebrated architect, Charles Holden. In July 2011 Arnos Grove Station's listed status was upgraded to Grade II*.