About Oakwood

A delightful, family-orientated suburb on the leafy outer edges of the Capital, with great access to local amenities and central London – there’s a lot to love about Oakwood. Located in the London Borough of Enfield, Oakwood falls within Southgate’s N14 postcode, but is considered quieter and more tranquil than its close neighbours. You'll find properties of all shapes and sizes, from Victorian and Edwardian houses, to terraced houses and flats.

A highly attractive area for families with its outstanding local schools, abundance of parkland and a local high street which offers a healthy selection of restaurants, cafes, speciality butchers, bakery and delicatessen.

Oakwood Highlights

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




Oakwood Underground Station is the penultimate stop of the Piccadilly line in Zone 4.


There are no local rail or Overground services from Oakwood, however, Grange Park, Enfield Chase, and New Barnet ae all under 20 minutes away by bus.


Oakwood is served by London Buses routes: 121, 307 and 377.




Vita Et Pax Preparatory School
De Bohun Primary School
Wolfson Hillel Primary School


East Barnet
Southgate School

Did you know?

When the Underground Station opened in 1933, it was named Enfield West and renamed Enfield West (Oakwood) the following year. It was renamed Oakwood in 1946.