24 to 26 Cuffley Hill,
Goffs Oak, Herts EN7 5EU

Offers in excess of £650,000

Freehold for sale with development/refurbishment potential

Entire freehold for sale

4 bedroom family home

2 × commercial units over three floors

Rear detached double garage

Rear detached one bedroom bungalow

Site area approximately 0.23 acres

Offers in excess of £650,000


Within the same ownership for over 30 years, Highfield Investments are pleased to offer for sale this unique unbroken freehold. The property comprises a large four bedroom family home with adjoining commercial unit and to the rear of the property accessed via the carport, a freestanding double garage/workshop and detached one bedroom bungalow.


The property is situated in Goffs Oak, which is a much sought after area located between the towns of Cuffley and Cheshunt. Cuffley Village is a 15 minute walk away and has many excellent restaurants and local shops. Enfield Town Centre is also a short drive away with its wide range of High Street shops and restaurant chains.


Cuffley and Cheshunt mainline stations are a short drive away, with fast trains into London taking around 15 minutes. The property is five minutes drive from Junction 25 of the M25.

Development potential

This property will attract owner occupiers and developers alike and subject to gaining the necessary consents the commercial element would suit conversion back to residential and the entire site may suit alternative uses.

Buyers note

Notice can be served on exchange should you wish for the properties to be vacated. The AST has a two month notice period and the commercial tenant 3 months respectively.


We understand the property is not elected for VAT.


Offers are invited in excess of £650,000 for the freehold interest and subject to the existing leases. Please note the property has been placed in the forthcoming Savills Auction on the 16th June if not sold prior.

Please note the information provided by Highfield Investments London Limited, trading as Highfield Investments has been given in good faith, however all parties must undertake their own due diligence to satisfy themselves in regards to accuracy.