Adelaide Cottages

Locality in/near Enfield Town, existed between 1835 and 1968

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Adelaide Cottages stood to the east of London Road behind the former Florida Cinema.

In 1875 they were reported as still having no running water or main drainage.

Adelaide Cottages were probably named after Queen Adelaide, the consort of King William IV. Genotin Road was extended south over their site in the late 1960s.

Source: Enfield Society : A guide to Enfield street names



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VIEW THE ENFIELD TOWN AREA IN THE 1750s
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VIEW THE ENFIELD TOWN AREA IN THE 1800s
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VIEW THE ENFIELD TOWN AREA IN THE 1830s
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VIEW THE ENFIELD TOWN AREA IN THE 1860s
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VIEW THE ENFIELD TOWN AREA IN THE 1900s
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LOCATIONS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
Bishop Stopford’s School:   Voluntary aided school (Secondary) which accepts students between the ages of 11 and 18. Admissions policy: Comprehensive (secondary).
Capel Manor College:   Further education (16 plus) which accepts students between the ages of 16 and 99.
Capel Manor College Gardens:   
Capel Manor Horticultural & Environment:   
Capel Manor Primary School:   Community school (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 4 and 11.
Chace Community School:   Community school (Secondary) which accepts students between the ages of 11 and 18. Admissions policy: Comprehensive (secondary).
Chase Side Children’s Centre:   This is a children’s centre.
Chase Side Primary School:   Community school (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 3 and 11.
Enfield:   Home of the world's first ever ATM.
Enfield County School:   Community school (Secondary) which accepts students between the ages of 11 and 18. Admissions policy: Comprehensive (secondary).
Enfield Grammar School:   Academy converter (Secondary) which accepts students between the ages of 11 and 18. Admissions policy: Comprehensive (secondary).
Old Ignatians Football Club:   
Orchardside School:   Pupil referral unit which accepts students between the ages of 11 and 16.
Raglan Infant School:   Community school (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 5 and 7.
St Andrew’s CofE Primary School:   Voluntary aided school (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 3 and 11.
St George’s Catholic Primary School:   Voluntary aided school (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 4 and 11.
St Ignatius College:   Voluntary aided school (Secondary) which accepts students between the ages of 11 and 18. Admissions policy: Comprehensive (secondary).
Suffolks Primary School:   Community school (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 3 and 11.
The Raglan Junior School:   Community school (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 7 and 11.
Town Park:   


NEARBY STREETS AND BUILDINGS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
Abbey Road, EN1 · Aldersbrook Avenue, EN1 · Amberley Road, EN1 · Amwell Close, EN2 · Apple Grove, EN1 · Armfield Road, EN2 · Ash Grove, EN1 · Athole Gardens, EN1 · Bagshot Road, EN1 · Baird Road, EN1 · Baker Street, EN1 · Baker Street, EN2 · Barnard Road, EN1 · Batley Road, EN2 · Bell Road, EN1 · Bell Road, EN2 · Bentley Mews, EN1 · Beresford Gardens, EN1 · Berkeley Gardens, N21 · Beverley Close, EN1 · Bicknoller Road, EN1 · Bideford Gardens, EN1 · Bishops Close, EN1 · Bodiam Close, EN1 · Borden Avenue, EN1 · Brendon Way, EN1 · Brick Lane, EN1 · Broadfield Square, EN1 · Brooklands Court, N21 · Bryn-Y-Mawr Road, EN1 · Buckingham Close, EN1 · Bullsmoor Lane, EN1 · Bullsmoor Lane, EN2 · Burleigh Road, EN1 · Bush Hill Parade, EN1 · Bush Hill Road, N21 · Bush Hill, N21 · Cambridge Gardens, EN1 · Canonbury Cottages, EN1 · Canonbury Road, EN1 · Carisbrook Close, EN1 · Carisbrooke Close, EN1 · Carnarvon Avenue, EN1 · Carrs Lane, EN2 · Carrs Lane, N21 · Castleleigh Court, EN2 · Cecil Court, EN2 · Cecil Road, EN2 · Central Avenue, EN1 · Chailey Avenue, EN1 · Chalkmill Drive, EN1 · Chalkwell Park Avenue, EN1 · Chalkwell Park Avenue, EN2 · Chapel Street, EN2 · Chase Green, EN2 · Chase Side Avenue, EN2 · Chase Side Crescent, EN2 · Chase Side Cresent, EN2 · Chase Side Place, EN2 · Chase Side, EN2 · Cheviot Close, EN1 · Cheviot Close, EN2 · Cheviot Court, EN1 · Christchurch Close, EN2 · Church Lane, EN1 · Church Street, EN2 · Churchbury Close, EN1 · Churchbury Lane, EN1 · Churchbury Road, EN1 · Civic Centre, EN1 · Clay Hill, EN1 · Clock Parade, EN2 · Clovelly Gardens, EN1 · Cobham Close, EN1 · Coleman Parade, EN1 · College Gardens, EN2 · Colman Parade, EN1 · Conical Corner, EN2 · Conifer Gardens, EN1 · Connaught Avenue, EN1 · Connaught Close, EN1 · Constance Road, EN1 · Countisbury Avenue, EN1 · Cowdrey Close, EN1 · Cracknell Close, EN1 · Craddock Road, EN1 · Cranwich Avenue, N21 · Crawley Road, EN1 · Crossway, EN1 · Cunard Crescent, N21 · Dearsley Road, EN1 · Delhi Road, EN1 · Donkey Lane, EN1 · Dryden Road, EN1 · Eastbury Ave, EN1 · Eaton Road, EN1 · Edenbridge Road, EN1 · Essex Road, EN2 · Farr Road, EN2 · Faversham Avenue, EN1 · Fillebrook Avenue, EN1 · Fir Tree Walk, EN1 · Firtree Walk, EN1 · Forsyth Place, EN1 · Foxwood Green Close, EN1 · Fyfield Road, EN1 · Gardenia Road, EN1 · Gater Dr, EN2 · Gater Drive, EN2 · Genotin Road, EN1 · Genotin Road, EN2 · Genotin Terrace, EN1 · Gentleman’s Row, EN2 · Gough Road, EN1 · Graeme Road, EN1 · Great Cambridge Road, EN1 · Halifax Road, EN2 · Halstead Road, EN1 · Hamlet Court, EN1 · Hammond Road, EN1 · Heene Road, EN2 · Herrongate Close, EN1 · Hoe Lane, EN1 · Holly Walk, EN1 · Holly Walk, EN2 · Horseshoe Lane, EN2 · Illingworth Way, EN1 · Inverness Ave, EN1 · Inverness Avenue, EN1 · Ivinghoe Close, EN1 · Jules Thorn Avenue, EN1 · Kenilworth Crescent, EN1 · Kenilworth Cresent, EN1 · Kimberley Gardens, EN1 · Kingsclere Place, EN2 · Kynaston Road, EN2 · Ladysmith Road, EN1 · Lambourne Gardens, EN1 · Laura Close, EN1 · Laurel Bank Road, EN2 · Lea Road, EN2 · Lincoln Way, EN1 · Lingfield Close, EN1 · Little Park Gardens, EN2 · London Road, EN2 · Longleat Road, EN1 · Lyndhurst Gardens, EN1 · Lynmouth Avenue, EN1 · Lynn Street, EN2 · Mafeking Road, EN1 · Manor Road, EN2 · Manorway, EN1 · Mapleton Road, EN1 · Market Chambers, EN2 · Market Place, EN2 · Market Square, EN1 · Marlborough Court, EN1 · Monastery Gardens, EN2 · Mortimer Drive, EN1 · Newby Close, EN1 · Nicholas House, EN1 · Old Park Grove, EN2 · Oldbury Road, EN1 · Orchard Crescent, EN1 · Orchard Cresent, EN1 · Orchard Way, EN1 · Orchardmede, N21 · Palace Gardens Centre, EN1 · Palace Gardens Shopping Centre, EN2 · Palace Gardens, EN2 · Park Avenue, EN1 · Park Crescent, EN2 · Parsonage Gardens, EN2 · Parsonage Lane, EN1 · Parsonage Lane, EN2 · Parsonage Lane, EN2 · Peartree Grove, EN1 · Peartree Road, EN1 · Pennyfather Lane, EN2 · Pevensey Avenue, EN1 · Porlock Road, EN1 · Portcullis Lodge Road, EN1 · Primrose Avenue, EN1 · Primrose Avenue, EN2 · Priors Mead, EN1 · Private Road, EN1 · Private Road, EN2 · Quakers Walk, N21 · Queen Annes Gardens, EN1 · Queen Annes Grove, EN1 · Queen Annes Place, EN1 · Queen Anne’s Place, EN1 · Queens Road, EN1 · Radcliffe Avenue, EN2 · Radnor Gardens, EN1 · Raglan Road, EN1 · Raleigh Road, EN2 · Regency Court, EN1 · Ridler Road, EN1 · Ringlewell Close, EN1 · Ringmer Place, N21 · River Front, EN1 · River View, EN2 · Riversfield Road, EN1 · Riverside Gardens, EN2 · Rochester Close, EN1 · Rosemary Avenue, EN2 · Roseneath Walk, EN1 · Sandringham Close, EN1 · Sarnesfield Road, EN2 · Savoy Parade, EN1 · Seaford Road, EN1 · Sennen Road, EN1 · Shelly Lodge, EN2 · Shopping Precinct, EN2 · Silver Street, EN1 · Sittingbourne Avenue, EN1 · Sketty Road, EN1 · Southbury Road, EN2 · St Andrews Court, EN1 · St Andrews Road, EN1 · St Onge Parade, EN1 · Station Building, EN2 · Sydney Road, EN2 · Tenniswood Road, EN1 · Teynham Avenue, EN1 · The Brackens, EN1 · The Drive, EN2 · The Orchard, N21 · The Parade, EN1 · The Town, EN1 · The Town, EN2 · The Vineries, EN1 · Tiptree Drive, EN2 · Trinity Street, EN2 · Turkey Street, EN1 · Tyberry Road, EN1 · Uvedale Road, EN2 · Vicar’s Close, EN1 · Village Park Close, EN1 · Village Road, EN1 · Waddington Close, EN1 · Walnut Grove, EN1 · Walnut Grove, N21 · Walsingham Road, EN2 · Weardale Gardens, EN2 · Wellington Road, EN1 · Whitethorn Gardens, EN2 · Wilford Close, EN2 · Willow Road, EN1 · Winchester Close, EN1 · Wolsey Road, EN1 · Woodfield Close, EN1 ·
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