Our Hadley Wood team are offering for sale an absolutely outstanding hidden residence in Enfield that is steeped in history (see below). Despite the property's close proximity to Enfield's town centre it is extremely private and is almost completely hidden behind walls and foliage. Not only is the location of this house ideal but the property itself is incredible and retains features from many periods in history (one of the rooms was originally part of Enfield Palace).
It manages to combine these character features with contemporary finishes creating a perfect balance
between old and new.

For more information or an appointment to view please call the Hadley Wood Office on 0208 440 9797
or email:


Little Park is an outstanding Grade II listed historical detached family residence dating in parts back to Tudor times standing in gardens and grounds of approximately 1 acre with its own tennis court and heated swimming pool.

Located in a highly secluded and sought after position within the conservation area, within easy reach of the town centre and main line stations.The spacious accommodation retains features from many periods in history with many rooms being of particular note.
Currently Little Park offers a blend of both character and contemporary finishes.

Historical Note:The Tudor Room at Gentleman's Row, complete with a stone fireplace which contains The Royal Arms with Lion and Dragon supporters and the initials E.R. (probably denoting Edward VI).

This room was originally part of Enfield Palace, which is where Pearsons department store now stands.The late Queen Mary often visited Little Park. One visit on 27th February 1920, with Princess Mary (later the Princess Royal), is commemorated on an inscription.

The Tudor Lobby has a 16th century panelled door giving front access and a stained glass window depicting King Philip of Spain.

In the wood panel dining room there is an Adam style fireplace complete with hand painted delft tiles denoting individual biblical scenes.The Billiard Room has a vaulted and beamed ceiling, a period stone carved fireplace, antique radiators, cast iron grill, ornate dado rail and bay window with raised dais.

In the garden there is one of the last traces of another royal residence, which is a weather vane taken from the Palace of Theobalds.

If you require more information on this stunning property or would like to arrange an appointment to view it then please contact the team on 0208 440 9797 or email:


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