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A contemporary development of 22 private one and two bedroom apartments, just 0.5 miles from Finsbury park underground and train station.
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An accessible lifestyle in the heart of London
Perfectly situated just 0.5 miles from Finsbury Park Station which is a busy interchange station consisting of a National Rail station, a London Underground station and two bus stations, all interconnected. Easy access to Kings Cross St Pancras in just 6 minutes and Heathrow Terminals within an hour.
14 minutes away is Angel and Islington, is one of London's trendiest, most eclectic neighbourhoods boasting a rich history and a strong sense of community. Access London's contemporary entertainment, retail and leisure districts.
0.9 miles from the state of the art Arsenal Emirates Stadium where community inclusion, diversity and equality allows you to be a part of the sporting community. The close by Fonthill Road fashion district boasts over a 100 independent shops dedicated to fashion allowing you to carve your own unique style.
11 minutes on the Victoria line to the ultimate shoppers paradise. Oxford Street is very easily accessible and a short walk away from Carnaby Street, Soho, Leicester Square, Hyde Park and many other Central London locations.
Life in Finsbury Park
Nestled between Highbury, Holloway and Haringey, Finsbury Park is increasingly a sought after location to live in, thanks to its fast links in and around London. North London residents have plenty of shops, bars and other local gems to explore; from a late-night bowling alley to popular pubs and beautiful nature reserves. Here's 5 reasons why you should live in Finsbury Park...
Commuting across London can become a daily chore especially if the journey is a long one. With both the Victoria and Piccadilly lines to choose from, you can get to Soho, King's Cross, Vauxhall, Leicester Square and Victoria in no time at all. Rail services run to Old Street, Moorgate and other spots in the city centre, as well as North to Alexandra Palace and beyond. And if you fancy a day trip to get away from the city, you can hop on trains from Finsbury Park station that will take you directly to Cambridge or Brighton.
The Parkland Walk from Finsbury Park to Highgate through a disused railway line is a hidden gem and perfect for the avid runner. Finsbury Park itself has an athletics track, basketball courts, tennis courts and plenty more for you to get stuck into over the weekends and once the summer rolls around, music lovers can enjoy a whole host of major events take place right in the park. Woodberry Wetlands offers water sports and scenic walks making this the third leafy nature reserve in this area.
An Easy Social Life
Being at the heart of so many cultures, the variety of pubs, bars and restaurants are easy to come across. The Faltering Fullback is a popular spot with locals boasting its spacious beer garden, Thai menu and intriguing bric-a-brac. Highbury Library is a chill neighbourhood hangout offering cocktails, wine, small bites, a garden & a large vinyl library. Stroud Green is a short walk away, a perfect place to grab your fresh fruits and vegetables or to find a quirky place to eat. If you're feeling fancy, Upper Street in Islington is just minutes away offering a huge selection of restaurants, bars and late nights out.
Sense of Community
There's a great sense of community around Finsbury Park. This year, Finsbury Park turns 150 years old, for which Furtherfield have teamed up with the local community, advocating for open and playful engagement with the people. Using collaborative art research-experiences that engage critically with emerging network cultures, head to 2nq.uk to find a calendar of free events to take part in. Get yourself a membership at Sobell Leisure Centre to enjoy the vast number of activities on offer; meet your neighbours by enjoying a game of football, squash or choose from a range of fitness classes if you prefer it to the gym facility.
Living so close to the Arsenal stadium means you'll definitely know when there's a match going on. Locals can usually hear how the game went from groups of fans either booing or cheering from local pubs. Whether you're a fan of football or not, it definitely gives the area an interesting atmosphere.Disclaimer
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