Crouch End Homes

A highly desirable place to live for students, professionals and families, Crouch End is just 45 minutes from central London.

It has an appealing property offering that ranges from Victorian houses to high-end new builds. Its vast open green space, independent shops and chic cocktail bars give Crouch End a unique charm that attracts those looking for the best of both worlds.

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eating out in crouch end

Banner’s is a local staple that draws in locals and foodies from around London. Another popular hangout spot is Cafe Beam, run by a mother and son team who’ve lived locally for over 25 years.

The Queens, The Wrestlers, and The Victoria Stakes are friendly neighbourhood pubs, perfect for family gatherings.
For international cuisine or fine dining, Crouch End delights with an array of classy and atmospheric restaurants like Bar Esteban, Bistro Aix, Tarshish, and Pomodoro. Date night sorted.

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entertainment in Crouch End

Come for The Kings Head’s famous Sunday Roast and stay for its Comedy Club, one of the oldest in the country – it’s been entertaining locals since it opened in 1981.

The Picturehouse and ArtHouse screen a mix of mainstream and independent films - old and new - in a cosy, throwback setting. The nearby Cineworld and Vue promise to entertain with the latest blockbusters and a 3D cinematic experience.
But the best part of Crouch End has to be its beautiful green space. The family-friendly Priory Park has a large playground, a paddling pool and five tennis courts.
Take in gorgeous views of the city at Alexandra Park and Palace, which hosts many live events and conferences throughout the year. Plus, it has an ice rink open to visitors all year round.

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local amenities in crouch end

There are many major supermarkets, convenience stores, gyms and garden centres to take care of your everyday needs.

Getting around is reasonably straightforward, even though Crouch End doesn’t have an Underground station. It’s well-connected by bus, train and Overground, so you can be in Leicester Square within 40 minutes or Heathrow Airport within 90 minutes.

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best place to live in London

The Sunday Times voted Crouch End to be the best place to live in London 2023.

'A creative edge and friendly neighbours give this lofty northern enclave social capital in the capital' and 'A vibrant market-town feel to the streets that radiate from the clock tower on the Broadway, where you'll find dozens of independent shops, cafe's, bars and restaurants.'

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