Winchmore Hill is a district in the borough of Enfield and is home to an important conservation area at its centre. Once a tiny village in Edmonton, Winchmore has grown in size and importance, with a number of natural and open spaces remaining. The area is primarily residential and has been home, over the years, to a number of famous personalities, including Cliff Richard, Keith Moon, Jamie Redknapp and Rod Stewart. Known for being a cultural centre, Winchmore Hill boasts nearby attractions such as Kenwood House, the Hampstead Museum, and Keats House, among others.
Winchmore Hill has a number of businesses that occupy office space in the area. Electronic and mobile phone service centres can be found here as well as builders and building material suppliers. Other businesses include toy retailers, recreational centres and taxi firms. Securon Ltd, G E Healthcare, Business Smiths and Martin Moore and Company are all businesses which can be found in the area.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Winchmore Hill offers a vibrant nightlife - the nearby Roundhouse is an old engine-shed that has been converted into a trendy nightclub and bar with live performances all through the year. There are theatres within easy reach including the Tricycle Theatre and the Hen & Chickens Theatre. There are many dining options in the area. You can visit O’sThai Café for some Thai food, try La Bota for Spanish cuisine, or head to Viva for a taste of the Mediterranean. Casa Brasil is another option, where you can try delicious Brazilian dishes.
Connectivity to the London underground is through Oakwood and Southgate tube stations. Winchmore Hill railway station is situated in the heart of the area while Oakleigh Park railway station is just a short distance away. Winchmore Hill also offers regular and reliable bus services as well as easy access to taxi services.