Aberdeen Park is a private gated road located just beyond Highbury Barn between Highbury Grove and Highbury New Park.
Land for the development of Highbury had historically been set aside for open parkland - whose size would have likely exceeded that of Hyde Park. The project's failure meant that the land separated. Roadways and paving remains under private ownership, and the individual plots were divided as separate freeholds during the early part of the twentieth century. The last homes were built towards the end of the 1930s, and these detached villas compliment the local area's Georgian and late-Victorian buildings; whose scale exudes confidence. Sat on large plots, the homes generally include gardens (front and rear), garages and are set back from the main roadway. Despite Aberdeen Park representing a discreet environment, the individual homes are anything but. Aberdeen Park's interests are preserved by the Aberdeen Park Maintenance Company (APMC), who work to uphold the local environment, and its ambience.
Aberdeen Park represents one of Highbury's most sought-after addresses, and the homes are rarely available 'For Sale' let alone 'To Let'. Nonetheless; when the homes are sold; prices match those sought by vendors in Hampstead and Belsize Park, and the properties are coveted by high-performing professional buyers.
Geograhically speaking Aberdeen Park is positioned opposite Highbury Fields, and close to the local amenities of Highbury Barn and Highbury Park. Upper Street is within a ten minute walk. Residents who commute into and out of Central London enjoy relatively close proximity to Highbury & Islington Station, Canonbury Station, and Arsenal Tube (Piccadilly Line, Zone 2). Equally, bus routes in and out of Highbury are popular.
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