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Finsbury Park is an ethnically diverse location with lots of schools and various activities are always being held. There’s a strong community feel to the area. Finsbury Park is popular with young professionals and families. There are a number of primary and secondary schools in the area.Finsbury Park has a busy town centre with a plethora of shops stretching along multiple streets, Shops consisting of your usual supermarkets, along with independent stores and a group of fashion wholesalers. If food is your thing Finsbury Park offers cuisines ranging from Lebanese to Argentinian to Algerian.Finsbury Park station forecourt features an Arsenal Football Club shop, is a 10 minute walk from the Eimrates stadium, and opposite the station is Rowans Tenpin Bowl offers 24 retro bowling lanes.No surprises here but Finsbury Park is the main open green space in the area, covering a massive 110 acres. Finsbury Park. has a running track, tennis courts, drop in yoga classes and an indoor and an outdoor gym. There are also two children's play areas, a cafe and a path on the west side of the park leading on to Woodland Walk, a nice scenic and traffic free way of walking or cycling as far as Highgate. Finsbury Park has a secure bike park on the side nearest to the tube station.Finsbury Park has various ways to travel to and from including:By tube: The Piccadilly and Victoria lines can be accessed at Finsbury Park.By rail: Finsbury Park is a busy London Overground station with destinations including Moorgate and King’s Cross.By bus: Bus routes terminating at Finsbury Park: 19, 106, 153, 210, 236, N19, W3, W7. Bus routes passing through 4, 29, 253, 254, 259, N29, N253, N279
Tottenham has a great selection of schools, excellent transport links and affordable homes mean that residents of Tottenham embrace and enjoy their growing community. Tottenham has plenty of open spaces including the Walthamstow Wetlands. This is a nature reserve covering a vast area of Thames Water reservoirs, open to the public only in recent years. There is now a visitors’ centre and café off Ferry Lane.There is access to miles of open space with the Lee Valley on the doorstep. The Lee Valley Walk is a 50-mile route following the course of the River Lea from its source in Leagrave near Luton to the Limehouse Basin close to the Thames.Down Lane Park between Park View Road and Ashley Road is the local park; it has a Green Flag award, two football pitches, three floodlit tennis courts, an outdoor gym and a mini BMX track.Tottenham also has Bruce Castle Park. The parkland totals eight hectares of parkland and has 5 tennis courts (2 of which are floodlit), 1 basketball court and 1 football pitch all located next to the cafe. The park is also home to a museum as well as the Holocaust Memorial Garden.Tottenham Hotspur stadium is accessible by four local train stations - White Hart Lane, Seven Sisters, Tottenham Hale and Northumberland Park.Tottenham Hale is on the Victoria line with a journey time of 20 minutes to Oxford Circus. London Overground trains from Bruce Grove take 25 minutes to Liverpool Street.
Harringay is a unique area of north London with a diverse and thriving local community and excellent transport links.Running directly off Greens Lanes are the residential streets, collectively known as the 'Ladder', with predominantly converted Victorian terraced housing. While the terraced housing are the mainstays of Harringay you can also find a mix of properties up to and including more modern builds.Towards the south end of Harringay there is a retail park with a large supermarket and other big-name stores. Along the main strip of Greens Lanes there are predominantly locally-run shops. There is a wide range of inexpensive restaurants and take-aways, and good quality bakers and green grocers. Harringay has a wide range of cuisine that include Greek, Turkish, Cypriot and Kurdish selections. You'll never be short of choice if you decide to try something different.Harringay has a few recreational areas such as Railway Fields Local Nature Reserve, Bew River Path and Ducketts Common.Ducketts Common is located opposite Turnpike Lane Underground station, on Green Lanes. It offers several amenities including an outdoor gym and basketball courts..Manor House and Turnpike Lane Tube stations are on the Piccadilly line with trains to the West End. Hornsey and Harringay train stations have services to Moorgate, in 19 and 17 minutes respectively, while Harringay Green Lanes railway station is on the recently reopened Gospel Oak to Barking line. All stations, with the exception of Manor House, are in Zone.The number 29 bus goes to Trafalgar Square via Camden Town and Tottenham Court Road; the number 141 goes to London Bridge via Old Street and Bank, and the number 341 goes to County Hall via Islington and Chancery Lane.
Crouch End is often described as a little urban village and for good reason. The leafy neighbourhood is situated just north of Finsbury Park. There is a community full of artistic and creative minds that are contributing to a flourishing artistic and entertainment scene.Crouch End also offers plenty of pretty period property, good schools, and some of the finest cafes in town.At the heart of Crouch End is the landmark clock tower which has stood on Crouch End Broadway since 1895. This landmark is central to the many indepenedent shops and cafes around the area.To the north of Crouch End you can also find Alexandra Park and Alexandra Palace.Alexandra Park has hosted an eclectic variety of entertainment: a stilted village on the boating lake; a Venetian Fete and water fireworks; and a Victorian roller coaster. Jazz legend Muddy Waters, Chuck Berry, and punks John Cooper Clarke and The Slits have all played the outdoor stages. Biggest of all, the Fireworks Festival is an annual tradition enjoyed by tens of thousands.Crouch End has a number of transport options such as the W7 bus. It's the most popular travel route in and out of Crouch End and runs between Muswell Hill and Finsbury Park.There are trains from nearby Hornsey, as well as Haringey, which go to Moorgate via Finsbury Park. The nearest tube station is 1.7 miles away at Finsbury Park, which is on the Piccadilly Line. Crouch Hill Overground station is on the Gospel Oak and Barking line and is located on the Stroud Green side of Crouch End. The area is in Zone 3.
The area is characterised by the Wood Green shopping centre and roads of affordable Victorian terraces.Wood Green comprises of a large main High street with all the usual big-name stores and supermarkets, mixed in with many local fashion and budget shops. Off the main road you will find smaller, local shops including butchers, cafes, an independent bookshop, and many takeaways. At the top of the high street there is a choice of cinemas offering mainstream films.Wood Green offers a diverse range of cultural food choices and also has a market on the first Sunday of every month.Wood Green also has the outstanding Alexandra Park school located in its area.Wood Green has a few small greens and recreational grounds. For a larger park, Alexandra Palace is only a short walk, or very short bus ride away.The Wood Green tube station is on the Piccadilly line, offering an easy ride to many of central London's tube stations. There are many buses that come from different locations that can get you to and from Wood Green, such as 29 - 67 - 121 - 123 - 141 - 144 - 184 - 221 - 230 - 232 - 243 - 329 - 629 - N29 - N91 - W3 - W4.