Crouch End Area Guide
Once a medieval route from London to the North of England, Crouch End is frequently described as a little urban village, and is governed as part of Hornsey, north of Finsbury Park. The area has changed since the late 18th Century into a prosperous middle – class suburb, with a strong community feel. The high street is littered with charming with shops and cafés, local pubs, restaurants, and there are lots of pretty parks and green spaces to enjoy.
Hornsey and Crouch Hill Stations are just a short walk away, and Crouch End attracts families and young professionals that are predominately in the media and creative industries.
The area appeals to a number of diverse types of property buyers. Our landlords that rent their properties in Crouch End have often previously lived in the area , and have chosen to continue renting their property after buying elsewhere, or moving away for work. It also appeals to buy-to-let investors, due to the high demand from prospective tenants.
There are large five-and six-bedroom Edwardian semi-detached and terrace houses in the roads off Crouch End Hill including Coleridge Road, Clifton Road, and Birchington Road. Cecile Park, off Crouch Hill, is another favourite.
One of the main reasons families are attracted to Crouch End is its excellent school system. The primary schools include Coleridge Primary School and Weston Park Primary School. The area also consists of a number of outstanding secondary schools, including Hornsey School for girls and Highgate Wood.
Crouch End is in the N8 Hornsey postcode.