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Castles - Crouch End, N8

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An overview of Crouch End Situated in a valley, Crouch End is overlooked by nearby Muswell Hill, Highgate and Alexandra Palace. The leafy and hilly surroundings enhance the village feel. A vast array of character period properties are progressively being combined with modern high specification developments. With its diverse independent retailers and high street stores accompanied with good schools and parks this bohemian and vibrant location ensures Crouch End remains a desirable place to reside. Packed with lots to see and do with great feeling of community spirit. The area is dominated by a vibrant ‘Village’ with the landmark Clock tower at the centre of attraction with a fine range of independent retailers, coffee shops, bars and restaurants, while there is a distinct open feel to the area, owing to a large number of green spaces including Parkland walk. History Once a medieval route from London to the north of England, Crouch End, which was governed as part of Hornsey, was a mainly wooded area containing farms and villas, including Crouch Hall, built in the 17th century at the intersection of what came to be known as Crouch End. The area changed rapidly in the late 18th century from a largely rural area to a prosperous middle-class suburb, due to a sharp rise in professionals, including clerical workers moving to the area looking to commute into the city, thanks to the development of the railway in the area. Many of the old houses were demolished and replaced with housing aimed at the middle-class. Housing Stock With its vast array of both Edwardian and Victorian properties and the progressive emergence of modern high specification developments, Crouch End attracts many different types of property buyers and tenants, from professionals and families to first-time buyers and students. It is also very popular with buy-to-let investors. Property prices and rents reflect the predominately affluent area. Shopping, food and drink Crouch End

An overview of Crouch End Situated in a valley, Crouch End is overlooked by nearby Muswell Hill, Highgate and Alexandra Palace. The leafy and hilly surroundings enhance the village feel. A vast array of character period properties are progressively being combined with modern high specification developments. With its diverse independent retailers and high street stores accompanied with good schools and parks this bohemian and vibrant location ensures Crouch End remains a desirable place to reside. Packed with lots to see and do with great feeling of community spirit. The area is dominated by a vibrant ‘Village’ with the landmark Clock tower at the centre of attraction with a fine range of independent retailers, coffee shops, bars and restaurants, while there is a distinct open feel to the area, owing to a large number of green spaces including Parkland walk. History Once a medieval route from London to the north of England, Crouch End, which was governed as part of Hornsey, was a mainly wooded area containing farms and villas, including Crouch Hall, built in the 17th century at the intersection of what came to be known as Crouch End. The area changed rapidly in the late 18th century from a largely rural area to a prosperous middle-class suburb, due to a sharp rise in professionals, including clerical workers moving to the area looking to commute into the city, thanks to the development of the railway in the area. Many of the old houses were demolished and replaced with housing aimed at the middle-class. Housing Stock With its vast array of both Edwardian and Victorian properties and the progressive emergence of modern high specification developments, Crouch End attracts many different types of property buyers and tenants, from professionals and families to first-time buyers and students. It is also very popular with buy-to-let investors. Property prices and rents reflect the predominately affluent area. Shopping, food and drink Crouch End

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Residential for sale 89 £894,267 18 weeks
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