Oakfield Gardens, London, N18 1NX

What sort of street is this? Find out who lives here, how much properties are worth, which businesses are based here, and demographic profile data about the area!

Address Occupants Sold Price
30, Oakfield Gardens, Upper Edmonton, London, N18 1NX View Occupants
32, Oakfield Gardens, Upper Edmonton, London, N18 1NX View Occupants £250,000 16/05/2006
34, Oakfield Gardens, Upper Edmonton, London, N18 1NX View Occupants £250,000 30/10/2006
36, Oakfield Gardens, Upper Edmonton, London, N18 1NX View Occupants
38, Oakfield Gardens, Upper Edmonton, London, N18 1NX View Occupants
40, Oakfield Gardens, Upper Edmonton, London, N18 1NX View Occupants £75,000 10/11/1998
40a, Oakfield Gardens, Upper Edmonton, London, N18 1NX View Occupants
42, Oakfield Gardens, Upper Edmonton, London, N18 1NX View Occupants
44, Oakfield Gardens, Upper Edmonton, London, N18 1NX View Occupants £212,000 14/04/2003
46, Oakfield Gardens, Upper Edmonton, London, N18 1NX View Occupants £235,000 09/12/2005
48, Oakfield Gardens, Upper Edmonton, London, N18 1NX View Occupants £245,000 13/10/2011
50, Oakfield Gardens, Upper Edmonton, London, N18 1NX View Occupants
52, Oakfield Gardens, Upper Edmonton, London, N18 1NX View Occupants
54, Oakfield Gardens, Upper Edmonton, London, N18 1NX View Occupants
56, Oakfield Gardens, Upper Edmonton, London, N18 1NX View Occupants £235,000 31/10/2003
58, Oakfield Gardens, Upper Edmonton, London, N18 1NX View Occupants

D&K Signs Ltd

40a, Oakfield Gardens, Upper Edmonton, London, N18 1NX

Azrael Ltd

52, Oakfield Gardens, Upper Edmonton, London, N18 1NX
Area Profile Data

Area: N18 1NX
Area Type: Less Affluent Family Neighbourhoods

These well established neighbourhoods comprise of moderately priced semi-detached and terraced properties in small towns and suburbs. These are typically family areas although we do see some individuals living alone or co-habiting. Less affluent and less educated than those in the "Comfortable Mixed Tenure" group, these residents are either starting out in their careers, bringing in a single income to support a family household or merely working in lower paid positions. Their credit risk reflects the national average. They are frequent users of the internet and typically purchase from catalogues.