A residential suburb in EN4 of the London Borough of Barnet, East Barnet boarders Southgate, Cockfosters & New Barnet. Despite its central location to neighbouring areas, it's complimented by East Barnet Village, a quaint high street which boasts a great selection of restaurants and amenities.
As ever with most leafy North London suburbs there’s no shortage of green spaces, with Oak Hill Park and Brunswick Park offering ample choice for runners, family walks and picnics, Sunday League football and more. As a result, the area attracts families and young professionals alike looking for more space, great schools and amenities, but is still only a stone's throw from Central London.
Located in East Barnet is Bodens Performing Arts School, aka Bodens, a performing arts school offering Arts education to children and teenagers from the ages of 3 to 18. The studios are located on East Barnet Road, along with the 'Tony Boden Theatre' which is on premises and has long been a fixture of the local community.
East Barnet is not directly connected to the Underground network, but nearby stations include:
Arnos Grove in Zone 3, Oakwood in Zone 4 and Cockfosters in Zone 5 on the Piccadilly line
Totteridge & Whetstone in Zone 4 and High Barnet in Zone 5 on the Northern line
Railway stations nearby East Barnet include Oakleigh Park in Zone 4 and New Barnet in Zone 5, both travelling into London King’s Cross.
East Barnet is well served by London Buses routes: 125, 184, 307, 326, 382, 383 and 384.
Danegrove Primary School De Bohun Primary School St Mary’s CofE Primary School Monkfrith Primary School Trent CofE Primary School Church Hill School Vita Et Pax Preparatory School
East Barnet School Southgate School Oak Hill School
Did you know?
In the 18th-century, it's claimed that prophetess Joanna Southcott, also known as ‘Satan’s mistress’, used to sit under an oak tree in what is now Oak Hill Park. The tree apparently burst into flames on a clear day in the early 1930s.