Haringey Area Guide
Haringey is boasts fantastic links to the West End, the City of London and Stratford -‐ all within 20 minutes. Stansted Airport, King’s Cross and St Pancras International are also within easy reach. Haringey covers more than 11 square miles, and shares boundaries with a number of London boroughs, from the north of London (aside from Haringey) including Enfield, Waltham Forest, Hackney, Islington, Camden and Barnet.
This area includes iconic London landmarks including Alexandra Palace, Bruce Castle and the world-‐renowned Tottenham Hotspur Football Club. Within the London Borough of Haringey, you will find trendy Crouch End and Muswell Hill, considered to be particularly fashionable areas, with lots of pubs, bars, and restaurants.
The surrounding streets off Green Lanes -‐ known as the ‘Haringey Ladder’-‐ are a sought after part of Haringey, mainly comprising of Victorian and Edwardian properties.
The borough consists of 97,101 dwellings: 46% of which are owner occupied; 17.5% are council rented; registered social landlords rent 10.8%; and 24% are rented from private landlords. According to the most recent Land Registry Data, the London borough of Haringey is considered to be one of the fastest growing property markets in the city. Covering Crouch End, Wood Green and Alexandra Park, it has experienced an increase of 11.97% from March 2016 to 2017, to an average price of £571,511.
The current average rental price for a one bedroom flat in Haringey is around £1,100 per calendar, £1,400 per calendar month for a two bedroom flat, and over £2,000 per calendar month for a three bedroom flat.