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Oakdene House


Bycullah Road, Enfield, Middlesex
 

Oakdene House is situated off Bycullah Road and consists of 28 flats with parking within the development.

Enfield was mentioned in Domesday as having a mill, fishponds and park and in the sixteenth century was much smaller than its neighbour Enfield Chase. Today it is a cosmopolitan township and borough of Greater London with open country areas and several wooded parks. Keats lived nearby as did Leigh Hunt in Southgate. Sir Nicholas Raynton had Forty Hall built in the seventeenth century set in its own Park with cedars and a lake. It is now a museum. Nearby is the Parish church of St Andrew with its many interesting monuments and brasses and an organ case dated 1572.

Facilities include a resident manager and emergency alarm service, lift, communal lounge, laundry, guest facilities and garden.

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  • Manager: Resident
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Address Manager type Beds    
Oakdene House
Enfield
Middlesex
EN2 8EU
Christian Action (Enfield Housing Association) Limited
[Resident]
Retirement
Apartment
2 2 Bedroom £0
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