About Cockfosters

On the borders of the picturesque Hertfordshire countryside, and offering great links into Central London via its Underground station on the Piccadilly Line, Cockfosters provides the best of both worlds. A superb suburb of North London, lying partly in the London Borough of Enfield and partly in the London Borough of Barnet, its main postcode is EN5. Here you'll find large mansions, Victorian houses, Edwardian houses, terraced houses and flats, to suit every budget.

A highly sought-after area for families with its outstanding local schools, open green spaces and a local high street which offers a brilliant selection of restaurants, cafes, bakeries, delicatessens, small supermarkets, beauty salons, barbers & exclusive boutiques to choose from.

Cockfosters Highlights

Cockfosters is less than a 5-minute drive or train journey, or 10-minute walk from its neighbouring town Oakwood. Both areas share entrances to the renowned Trent Park, its sprawling 320 hectares of green space encompasses lakes, meadows, a café, Trent Park golf course, and a Go Ape, perfect for those who love some outdoor adventure.




Cockfosters Underground Station is the very last stop of the Piccadilly line in Zone 5.


The nearest rail station to Cockfosters is New Barnet, which is just a 15-minute bus ride away.


Cockfosters is well served by London Buses routes: 298, 299, 307, 384, 692, 699, and the night bus N91.




Trent CofE Primary School
De Bohun Primary School
Vita Et Pax Preparatory School
Danegrove Primary School
St Mary’s CofE Primary School
Monkfrith Primary School


Southgate School East Barnet School

Did you know?

Trent Park was used as the location for Doctor Who in 1983. Scenes set in and around a boys' boarding school in the episode "Mawdryn Undead", featuring Peter Davison as the Fifth Doctor.