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When you’re buying your first home you want everything to be just right. Oak ticks every box – location, looks, lifestyle and connections.
Potters Bar town centre is easy to get around and you will find that the majority of what you may need is within walking distance. Your local Tesco and Sainsbury’s and a great range of smaller independent shops, high street banks, doctors surgeries and dentists are all under one mile away. In terms of wellbeing and fitness there are two reputable gyms within half a mile and a local cricket and tennis club, there is also a ‘hot yoga’ company just down the road!

Wide open countryside is never very far away. Northaw Great Wood and Gobions Wood give you hundreds of wild acres to get lost in. The grounds of Hatfield House are a magical mix of nature and history with events running there all year round including open air cinema in the summer, festivals, charity walks and exhibitions.
Convenient location close to beautiful parks, town centre restaurants and shops
Central London just 18 minutes by train
Contemporary open plan living and a high quality specification
Potters Bar is only 13 miles from central London whilst being surrounded by Hertfordshire countryside with it’s beautiful parks and woodland areas. If you commute to the capital but wish for rural peace in your free time, Oak is a great choice.
With its Japanese garden, holly walk, meadows, tree trail, lake and historic remains from WW2 and Roman times, this is a fascinating park that’s earned Green Flag status. It’s also home to Potters Bar Tennis Club and the Diamond Jubilee Cycleway.
Oakmere Park
A charming 19th century park with lakes and grand trees, outdoor exercise machines and plenty of spots to sit and relax. The former Oakmere House is now a restaurant, and there’s a nice café just over the road.
Local Amenities
Within an easy walk you can eat Italian, Turkish, Greek, Chinese, Thai, Indian or Mediterranean bistro-style. The Cask and Stillage pub is fun for karaoke and live music. Nearby towns such as St Albans, Goff’s Oak and Radlett are also well worth exploring for restaurants and pubs.