Desirable properties and quiet roads in London's northern suburbs
"You can be at King's Cross in less then 20 minutes from Arnos Grove Station..."Ben Connolly
"Set in private grounds, Princess Park Manor is a highly sought-after residential development that's been known to house a number of celebs!"Kylie Taylor
"I love exploring the wealth of parkland in Barnet and in particular, Brunswick Park!"Ben Connolly
Where do New Southgate locals go?
The Walker Ground
A multi-functional sports ground with a bar. They also have an amazing fireworks display here on bonfire night!
Submitted by Ben
Delicious fish and chips - eat in or takeaway. Always busy on a Friday night with locals.
Submitted by Rachel
A truly authentic Greek family restaurant that is very welcoming and with amazing, generous portions.
Submitted by Kostas
This cafe serves amazing English and American breakfasts, homemade cakes, lunch and brunch. It has great staff and a picturesque location overlooking Princess Park Manor and there's late night opening on selected weekends, where they serve classic hot dogs.
Submitted by Adam
Great place for coffee, brunch, an after-work drink or light bite to eat. Live music nights, and part gallery. A very popular and award-winning venue for the local community.
Submitted by Kathryn
Ye Olde Cherry Tree
This charming pub is a former coaching inn and it also has a pretty beer garden that is perfect on summer evenings.
Submitted by Ben
A great road full of so many different cuisines that goes on for miles. Great Turkish restaurants!
Submitted by Alexandra
Harris + Hoole
As well as the usual coffee and cakes, they sell delicious iced coffee when the weather is warmer.
Submitted by Daisy
The Salisbury Arms
Burger night every Wednesday at The Salisbury Arms. £9.00 for a burger, onion rings, fries and a drink!
Submitted by Alexandra
Pitch and Putt, Alexandra Park
Enjoy a round or two with your friends and family and the stunning views of London too!
Submitted by Aaron
Winchmore Hill Green
A lovely green space in the heart of Winchmore Hill. It is a great place to sit whilst watching the day pass by.
Submitted by Alexandra
Why do you find New Southgate a great place to live?
"I am very happy living in this area & will not leave this area until I die."
What do you like about New Southgate?
Did you know?
"Once known as Colney Hatch Asylum and housing 3,500 patients, Princess Park Manor is now a sought-after residential development home to a number of celebrities."
Explore New Southgate
Child-friendly activities near New Southgate
Le Club Frere JacquesMuswell Hill club
Le Club Frère Jacques specialises in teaching French to children aged from 3 - 11. Our aim is to encourage a positive attitude towards learning languages which will equip pupils to succeed in their future schools. Above all we make French fun and easy to learn. In order to make the child participate there are various activities such as games, songs, rhymes and role playing which cater for a relatively short attention span. Children are always actively involved 4:00-4:30pm for 3-7 year olds 4:35-5:05pm for 7-11 year olds Website
Under 5s singingAlexandra Park Library
3o minutes of Traditional Nursery Rhymes and Songs. Website
ArtiesManor Drive Methodist Church
Arties is an art and music workshop for toddlers aged from around 18 mths - 4 yearseach 1 hour session at Arties is equally split between music & art. Arties has a full range of musical equipment props and dressing-up suits. Website
ClownTownClowntown Children Activity & Play Centre
Soft play areas are a wonderful entertainment option for families. These specifically designed areas offer the ideal environment for children of all ages to practice and improve their communication skills, play and interact in a safe environment with other children and simply have fun. Soft play areas are great fun and provide the perfect place for you to give your child a special treat. Children love to play and the fun toys and play equipment in soft play areas are ideal. A trip to the local soft play area is a great way to reward children when they have been well behaved or a simple break from the play at home with the added bonus of a large space. Website
Parent and Toddler Group at St Peter le PoerSt Peter le Poer
The session starts with free play for the children and we come together at 10.45am for singing, birthday celebrations, fruit and juice. While the parents enjoy a hot drink the children sit down to do a simple craft activity, usually involving a lot of glue and glitter and sometimes some paint! We clear up together at 11.30am and then bring out the cars, trikes and scooters for a final charge around the spacious hall and to make sure everyone is really tired and ready for lunch by midday. Website
Baby read and rhyme timeSouth Friern Library
30 minute session of nursery rhymes and songs for non-walking babies and their carers. Sessions take place weekly on Mondays during term time Website
Baby Rhyme Time Toddler Read and Rhyme and Story ExplorersSouth Friern Library
About New Southgate
New Southgate is a residential suburb in the south-east corner of the London Borough of Barnet and the south-west corner of the London Borough of Enfield in North London. The area is situated at the meeting point of three boroughs: Barnet, Enfield and Haringey. It is close to Southgate but is regarded as a separate "village". The postcode area N11 - which includes parts of Arnos Grove, Bounds Green and Friern Barnet, as well as New Southgate - is often still referred to simply as New Southgate, as in the original alphabetical listing of North London postal areas. The area is served by New Southgate railway station and Arnos Grove tube station.
Local Estate Agencies
Why not explore some other local areas:
- Arnos Grove
- Palmers Green
- Friern Barnet
- Bounds Green
- East Barnet
- Wood Green
- North Finchley
- Winchmore Hill
- Muswell Hill
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