Drayton Park is one of Highbury's most easily recognisable streets. It meanders between Holloway Road to the West, and Gillespie Road to the North, and in between hosts a wealth of popular landmarks and amenities.
Drayton Park benefits from two key points of access to London's transport network. It’s only three stops from Old Street (a journey that takes under 10 minutes), and Arsenal Tube is just two stops from King’s Cross; from there, onward travel to the City and beyond is straightforward.
As a result, landlords have flocked to invest in local, recently built one, two, and three bedroom apartments, which cater for demanding tenants who enjoy plenty of space, high-quality fixtures and fittings, and easy access to their workplace, and to the ever-popular Upper Street. Young professionals love the trendy and well-proportioned newer apartments, and those who prefer characterful mid to late-Victorian terraces, with their vaulted ceilings and lovingly preserved plasterwork are well catered for, too. Speaking of character, Highbury's local identity is dominated by Arsenal Football Club and access to the Emirates Stadium from Drayton Park is easy, just a five minute walk away. Residents can enjoy the upbeat atmosphere on match days.
Furthermore, Drayton Park is located within very close proximity of some of Highbury's best-loved landmarks. Highbury Fields, Clissold Park and the amenities of Highbury Barn are a short walk away. Occupants are also within close proximity to delicatessens, coffee shops, greengrocers, and bookshops. For day-to-day conveniences, Drayton Park hosts a Tesco Express and nearby Archway Road benefits from a big Waitrose.
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