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393 Green Lanes
Palmers Green
N13 4JG

Why move to Palmers Green?

A leafy, residential suburb, Palmers Green boasts good transport links for commuters, well-regarded schools, expansive parkland and tempting shopping options. Plus there are homes to suit every taste, from spacious Edwardian houses and conversions on the tree-lined Lakes Estates and opulent mansions of the exclusive Broad Walk, to pretty, period homes, impressive post-war purpose built blocks and contemporary developments throughout the area.

Some things to love about living in Palmers Green

From world-food to local produce as well as live music, face-painting and arts and crafts, you can enjoy it all at Palmers Green Community Market, in the Station Car Park every Sunday 10am ' 2pm

We are proud to sponsor the Palmers Green Festival Sunday 7th September 2014. Why don't you come down and join in all the fun!

After feeding the ducks at Broomfield Park, parents with prams will love Diane Murphy's family friendly Baskerville's caf.

Why don't you come and see one of the productions at The Intimate Theatre.

A little bit of history

Our area began life as a tiny hamlet on the junction of Fox Lane and Green Lanes. Local records mention a Palmers Field in 1204, Palmers Grove in 1340 and Palmers Green highway in 1324. Even the coming of the railway in 1871 failed to cause much growth in the area until 1902 when local landowners finally succumbed, sold land to developers and the Palmers Green we know and love today began to take shape.

Need to know

Joe Strummer lived in Palmers Green.


From world-food to local produce as well as live music, face-painting and arts and crafts, you can enjoy it all at Palmers Green Community Market, in the Station Car Park every Sunday 10am ' 2pm. Find out more at .

Supermarkets include Waitrose, Morrisons and the Yasar Halim Supermarket located on Hedge Lane. You'll find pharmacies, along Green Lanes and Aldermans Hill including Boots. Green Lanes also boasts a Holland and Barrett, Westlakes Hardware, a selection of newsagents and off-licences as well as Meat Land and Palmers Green Fisheries.



By Road:

The A406 connects Palmers Green to Heathrow and Stanstead as well as central, east and west London. There is a one-way system on Devonshire Road as well as a residents parking scheme.

By Tube:

Palmers Green has good links to the rest of London with Piccadilly Line stations at Bounds Green, Arnos Grove and Southgate. By rail: Palmers Green Railway Station is in Zone 4 and runs services to Moorgate and Finsbury Park where you can change onto the Northern Line and Piccadilly Line.

By Air:

The Piccadilly Line will take you straight to Heathrow Airport.


We recommend local taxi firm, Station Cars on 020 8886 3838 By bus: Palmers Green is well-served by buses to the rest of London, including night buses.

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