Commuting: While Crouch End is notionally in zone three, there is no tube station and buses are the only means of transport into the centre. To get to the City you can jump aboard the W7 that runs from Crouch End Broadway to Finsbury Park tube station. From there, you can use the Piccadilly line to King’s Cross, where you can change for the Northern Line to Bank. This takes 40 minutes.

Education: Almost all the primary schools get excellent results in the local area. They are: Rokesley in Rokesley Avenue; Coleridge in Crouch End Hill; St Gildas’ RC in Oakington Way; and Weston Park in Denton Road. The two state secondary schools get relatively average results. Nearby Highgate, however, has two high-performing independent schools: Channing and Highgate.

Price: £785,000

This four bedroomed house is close to Crouch End Broadway. It is arranged over four floors which includes a spacious reception room with concertina doors opening on to a rear patio, integrated kitchen, master bedroom with an en suite shower room, three further double bedrooms, bathroom, guest cloakroom, utility room and a roof terrace providing an entertainment space.

Contact: Foxtons on 020 8829 4040 or go to

Price: £1,275m

This five-bedroom semi-detached house is arranged over three stories. It has inter-connecting reception rooms leading on to a garden, a modern kitchen-dining area, a master bedroom with en-suite shower room, a family bathroom, guest cloakroom and cellar. It is close to Crouch End Broadway.

Contact: Greene & Co. on 020 8348 7666 or go to

Price: £550,000

This newly built two-bedroom house is discreetly situated behind a gated entrance from the street in to a smart courtyard. The ground floor has two bedrooms and a bathroom. The first floor has an open-plan kitchen and dining space, leading out on to a decked flat roof. Denton Road is a desirable location, close to the Crouch End shops and Finsbury Park.

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