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Southgate Guide

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Amy Winehouse was born and went to school here. It is home to a large Masonic centre. Sculptor and Turner prize winner Rachel went to Southgate School. Despite these facts, Southgate is far from being a hotbed of cultural and notorious activity, rather it is a typical north London suburb with plenty of attractive 1930s semi-detached houses with front gardens and a relatively decent high street. It also boasts many parks, and all this put together has made it a popular area with young families who want more for their money - this recent surge in population has resulted in the development of various modern apartment blocks. Southgate links to central London in around 20 minutes thanks to the Piccadilly Line.

Which borough is Southgate in?
Southgate is in the borough of Enfield

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286c Chase Road (1 shop)
Avenue Road (1 shop)
Bramley Road (50 shops)
Cannon Hill (16 shops)
Chase Road (2 shops)
Chase Side (1 shop)
Conway Road (1 shop)
Crown Lane (1 shop)
Forestdale (1 shop)
High Street (19 shops)
John Bradshaw Road (1 shop)
Lock House, The Fairway (1 shop)
The Broadway (15 shops)
Winchmore Hill Road (14 shops)

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