Goffs Lane runs from Goffs Oak’s village centre from the west, to Cheshunt on the east. Goffs Lane was straightened and widened in the early 1960s.
Goffs Oak House and The Wheelwrights pub can both be found along Goffs Lane. To the east of The Wheelwrights you can find a row of speculative, 1930s houses formerly known as Nockhold Gardens, after a Nockhold Hall, which once stood at the east end.
Among the many varied residences you can find along Goffs Lane is one known as Triangle Cottage. Build in 1780 on what was once manorial waste, the cottage sits at the entrances to Burton Lane, on a triangle of land. Burton Lane has two south entrances, which both emerge onto Goffs Lane on either side of the cottage, and meet up behind it.