Covering Enfield and Barnet in North London, N14 includes areas such as Southgate, Oakwood and part of Arnos Grove. Located about eight miles from Charing Cross, N14 is a well-positioned district that provides easy access to Central London. A number of attractions are within easy reach of N14, such as the London International Gallery of Children’s Art and Avenue House. N14 has also been home to a number of well-known personalities and celebrities over the years, including the late Amy Winehouse and singer Rachel Stevens.
A variety of businesses have office space in and around N14, including retailers and eateries as well as independent companies and individual business professionals. The mix of businesses and professionals in the area include estate agents, dentists, accountants, chemists, financial institutions, charity offices and health practitioners among others. Conrad Advertising, Business Line Insurance Services Ltd, Sara Graff & Co and Grange Gardens Freehold Ltd are examples of some of the businesses that operate in the area.
Entertainment And Dining Out
There is plenty of entertainment on offer within a few miles of N14, so you can easily find ways to fill your evenings. Enjoy live music at Alexandra Palace, take in a show at Jacksons Lane Theatre, or watch the latest movies at the Phoenix Cinema. Goegap Nature Reserve is a nice place for a family day out. There are many dining options close to N14. If you are a fan of pizza, the local Pizza Express offers delicious and affordable food. For those looking for a taste of Greece, Vrisaki is only a short distance away. Great Thai food is also within easy reach at The Cock and Dragon.
There are good transport links in N14, with access to the Underground network and a number of tube stations including Southgate, Oakwood, Cockfosters and Arnos Grove. Mainline services such as Winchmore Hill and Palmers Green railway stations are also close by. With taxis and bus services also readily available, getting around in N14 is simple and convenient.