A popular residential suburb with good transport links, easy access to more well-known neighbouring areas and a wide mix of quality housing, Bush Hill Park is considered a hidden gem within the London Borough of Enfield. Located just half a mile south east of Enfield Town, much of the district is a planned suburban estate designated a conservation area in 1986. There’s a wide variety of building styles from 1880–1960, including examples of Baroque revival and two Grade II listed houses providing the area with lots of character.
On top of the healthy access to local amenities and services, there’s its namesake Bush Hill Park offering ample open space. It also benefits hugely from its close proximity to Enfield Town and Edmonton Green, both with large shopping centres, restaurants, entertainment and more.
Whether you’re a sports fanatic or just like the outdoors, you’ll be spoilt for choice with the sports facilities in the areas, including Bush Hill Park Recreation Ground, Bush Hill Park Golf Club, the Enfield Cricket Club and Bush Hill Park Tennis and Bowls Club.
Bush Hill Park does not have an Underground Station.
Bush Hill Park Rail Station is a London Overground Station on the Enfield Town branch of the Lea Valley line, travelling into central London's Liverpool Street Station.
Bush Hill Park is served by London Buses routes: 192, 217, 231 and 377.
Raglan Infant & Junior School Bush Hill Park Primary School Edmonton County School
Edmonton County School Enfield Grammar Kingsmead School Enfield County School for Girls The Latymer School
Did you know?
Ross McWhirter, founder of the Guinness Book of Records lived in Bush Hill Park’s Village Road.