Estate Agents and Letting Agents in Finsbury Park
Finsbury Park is an area in North London which grew around an important railway interchange near the borders of the London Boroughs of Islington, Haringey and Hackney.
The area is centred on Finsbury Park station and letting agents are finding the area to be increasingly popular because of its major bus, rail and tube interchange, as well as a nearby 110-acre public park of the same name. The surrounding area has a cosmopolitan feel, which is reflected by the wide variety of shops, bars and restaurants. The public park is one of the first of the great London parks laid out in the Victorian era; the park borders the districts of Finsbury Park, Harringay, Stroud Green and Manor House. The park has a mix of open ground, gardens and arboretums for people to explore at their leisure. There’s also a lake, a children’s play area and a café, as well as art exhibition space and plenty of sports facilities.
Estate agents in Finsbury are finding the area to be attracting families, couples and singles because Finsbury Park underwent a £5million Heritage Lottery Funded restoration and improvement programme in 2005. In recognition of the incredible transformation, the Park was awarded the prestigious Green Flag Award in 2007 and has retained it ever since. The area is fantastic for families as there are a number of top schools and nurseries in the area.
For football fans, Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium is a short walk from the station - perfect for match days.
There are fantastic travel amenities in Finsbury Park, including the intermodal interchange station, which consists of a National Rail station and a London Underground station and two bus stations, all of which are interconnected.
The station is served by the Piccadilly and Victoria underground lines, making central London, Kings Cross Station and other popular locations easily accessible.
The property market in Finsbury Park is dominated by quiet streets of Victorian terraces, some whole and some separated into apartments, as well as more modern new-built blocks that overlook the park and the town. Prices in the area are steadily rising, reportedly by around 20% in the last year, but Finsbury Park is still cheaper than neighbouring spots such as Holloway, Highbury and Stoke Newington.For families, couples or singletons looking to buy homes in Finsbury Park, it’s a fantastic location that offers so much to its residents. Contact our Finsbury Park estate agents and letting agents today to learn more about the properties available in this area.