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The local area guide to living in Manor House

Manor House, a district in London, has belonged to the London Borough of Hackney since the early 19th century. Sitting at the crossroad of Seven Sisters Road and Woodberry Grove, this small, built-up town is bordered by the glorious Finsbury Park to its west and the New River encircling its borders to the north, east and south.

Manor House also has its own tube station on the Piccadilly line – of the same name - which falls on the boundary of Zone 2 and 3. From Manor House, Stratford, Oxford Circus, Kings Cross Station, and Heathrow Airport can be reached within a matter of moments – these highly attractive proximities make the town a popular hub for professionals, especially for those who work in North London.

However, Manor House has suffered from a troubled past – one that involves poverty. In a bid to revamp and market the town as a hospitable place to live, the council decided to inject millions of pounds into a regeneration scheme that will see Manor House undergoing serious redevelopment. And it’s working. Many are now enticed into the area for the sleek new apartment complexes, retail opportunities and the green open spaces.

Information about the local residents

As Manor House belongs to the London Borough of Hackney, the population of the borough as a whole – as verified by the Census of 2011 – is 246, 270. Of this, 76% are of working age, 33% are between the age of 35 and 54 and 32% are between the age of 24 and 34 – supporting the idea that Manor House is incredibly popular with professionals, young couples and families.

Nearby schools

Families with young children or teenagers will, fortunately, find numerous schools within the London Borough of Haringey and Hackney.

At the primary level, The Princess May Primary School currently has 450 pupils on its roll from the age of 3 to 11. When Ofsted inspected the institute back in 2013, they praised the fact that pupils from all backgrounds were adequately supported and were equally impressed with the student attainments.

South Harringay Infant School & The Ladder Children's Centre and South Harringay Junior School are two further primary options. Both boast a ‘Good’ rating from Ofsted and excellent pupil progression.

At the secondary level, The Skinners' Academy is a moderately sized school teaching children between the ages of 11 and 19 years. The institute is determined to teach pupils to a high standard, ensuring they aim high and take advantage of all educational opportunities. Ofsted, saw this determination and awarded the school a rating of ‘Good’ – the second highest rating possible! Other secondary options include: Mossbourne Community Academy and The Petchey Academy.

Getting around

Like any district in London, Manor House is blessed with a well-oiled travel network. The most popular method of travel is bus, almost 16% of working age people in Manor House use this service to get them swiftly from A to B – even during the early hours as there are frequent night buses serving the area.

The second favoured medium is, of course, the tube. It sees a horde of commuters as well as locals and tourists pass through its barriers on a daily basis frantically trying to get to their desired location during the morning and evening rush.

A minority of individuals, however, prefer to travel around with their car, bike or feet. The latter two, in particular, are great if you are trying to avoid the cramped conditions of public transport during rush hour.

Local shops

Though Manor House has no formal town centre, it does have an interesting collection of amenities – ones that are sure to please! However, one thing that the town lacks is popular High Street outlets, but don’t fret. A short stroll up the road takes you to Harringay Green Lanes, which is where a plethora of stores await to be frequented.

It’s also worth noting that Westfield Shopping centre is 35 minutes away and is jam-packed with supermarkets, designer stores, quirky eateries and high street favourites. Plus, the illustrious shopping district that is Oxford Street is a mere 12-minute tube ride away.

Whilst every effort has been taken to ensure the above information is up to date, some inaccuracies may occur. If you notice any inaccuracies please contact

All information was correct at time of publication and is provided in good faith.