Finsbury Park Area Guide
Finsbury Park sits firmly in North London, and is becoming a very in popular area to live in due to its fast transport links with the City of London. Finsbury Park has developed an important railway interchange that allows quick and easy access to the City Of London, and the station has become one of the busiest stations outside of Zone 1. Finsbury Park is located in the Zone 2 of the London Underground, and borders the boroughs of Islington, Hackney, and Haringey, as well as neighbouring Stroud Green (also in Haringey).
Finsbury Park is one of the largest parks in London, with trendy pubs and restaurants located around the edge, it has become particularly popular with young professionals. Finsbury Park is home to a diverse community, which is reflected in the wide variety of shops and establishments on Seven Sisters Road, Blackstock Road and Stroud Green Road. Arsenal Football Club's new Emirates Stadium is also only a few minutes’ walk from the station.
The area comprises of a mixture of Georgian and Victorian double-‐fronted, semi and terrace houses, as well as new developments, situated on quiet well-‐kept streets. Finsbury Park is also known to be cheaper to rent in than in neighbouring areas.
The current average rental price for Finsbury Park is around £1,300 per calendar month for a one bedroom flat, £1,680 for a two bedroom flat, and over £2,000 per calendar month for a three bedroom flat.
The Finsbury Park area is serviced by a number of councils such as the London Borough of Hackney, the London Borough of Haringey, and the London Borough of Islington.