Highbury Hill is a charming tree-lined street offering delightful period properties. The properties in the area vary from converted flats offering one, two and three bedrooms, most with some kind of outside space whether that is a roof terrace or gardens broken into different sections to accommodate all properties within the conversion. There are also handsome three to five storey terrace and semi-detached houses available in the area. Many of these properties are characterised by exquisite Victorian doors, large bay windows offering masses of light and perfectly manicured front gardens. The properties generally have soaring ceilings with period architectural motifs, original fireplaces, solid wood flooring, Juliet balconies and perfectly manicured front gardens.
The street that starts on Arsenal Tube station’s doorstep offers fantastic transport links in and out of London.
Arsenal is on the Piccadilly Line in Zone Two and can take passengers back and forth to Heathrow Airport and to Kings Cross St Pancras. Kings Cross is a fantastic interchange station between six lines, (Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan, Northern, Piccadilly and Victoria), and the station also runs a service to the Midlands and Paris.
As Highbury is the home to Arsenal Football club, the street has a permit holder’s only policy, with extra restriction on match days. As a resident however, you will never be without a space. The street ends at the Famous Highbury Barn, which is just moments away from Highbury Fields with its 33 acres of accessible space, tennis courts, football pitches, swimming pool and gym.
Popular with young professionals and families, this welcoming and neighbourly road is always peaceful. Highbury Hill is forever increasing in demand and value, due to its excellent transport links and fantastic architecture. It is not just a sought-after road but a fantastic place to live.
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