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Highbury is closely associated with Arsenal FC, but there is so much more to the district than its local football club. It has a more intimate feel compared to other parts of North London, as well as a thriving property market. Young professionals who want good transport connections tend to rent here, while houses with spacious bedrooms and kitchens are a popular choice with families.
Victorian terraces and mansion blocks catch the eye in and around Blackstock Road and Highbury New Park, while beautiful Georgian houses are a good option in Highbury Park and Highbury Terrace. 1 and 2-bedroom flats in Highbury Square (The redeveloped Highbury football ground) can sometimes be found on the market at good prices too.
Highbury Fields has 29 acres of beautiful green space on offer, while education standards are very high in local schools. There are a number of gyms to hand and plenty of places to grab a drink and a bite to eat. The arts are strong in Highbury, with a clutch of theatres and cinemas nearby and a great local transport network to get around town. Arsenal, Finsbury Park and Highbury & Islington tube stations get you onto the underground, with overground options and there are plenty of in-town bus routes also available.
The independent, artisan shops and cafes that can be found on Highbury Barn give this almost central London hotspot a village-like atmosphere and is another reason why people love living in Highbury.
It’s always a good time to explore your property options in Highbury. Whether it’s buying, selling, letting or investing, its location and lifestyle benefits ensure there are always worthwhile opportunities to discover.
If you’re thinking of selling or letting your property in Highbury, get in touch with our expert Highbury team today on 020 7288 9696.
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