Tufnell Park Homes

The community spirit is a real draw for people to the Tufnell Park area. The central location and beautiful period properties have attracted the likes of actor Bill Nighy, radio DJ Zane Lowe, and writer Julian Barnes to live in this north London location. 

Many of the properties in the area are Victorian-style terraces and double-fronted Victorian houses, perfect for families. Some have been converted into modern apartments, while others maintain their original glory and period features. Students and professionals may also find suitable properties within the spacious purpose-built blocks. 

Schools in Tufnell Park are highly rated by Ofsted, with many achieving a ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’ status. There are also options for state or independent secondary schools within the area.

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Eating out in Tufnell Park

Fortess Road, close to the tube station, is a hub for eating out or grabbing a takeaway in Tufnell Park. For authentic Turkish food with generous portions and a stylish setting head to ET House, or for Italian, it has to be the family-run, unpretentious Rossella, just a short walk away. 

For stylish dining, cocktails, and fine wine try Never Forever or The Pineapple. If it’s coffee and cake you’re looking for then Bear + Wolf or Moonlight Cafe are great options for a caffeine pick me up or working lunch. 

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Entertainment in Tufnell Park

Other than enjoying the local bars and restaurants, locals enjoy the attractions in Tufnell Park such as the abundance of green space. Tufnell Park Playing Fields, Whittington Park, Waterlow Park, and Foxham Gardens are outdoor spaces to explore, picnic, and play. Hampstead Health and Parliament Hill are close by where you can enjoy the lido, open space, and beautiful views. 

The Dome is the place to dance and enjoy club night or live music events; Mission Breakout escape room is perfect for some team building or family time; Boston Arms is great for winding down after work. 

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Local amenities in Tufnell Park

Aside from Sainsbury’s there are also many independent food shops selling essentials and fresh produce. While there is no high street in Tufnell Park, there are many interesting and useful shops within the neighbourhood.   

Should you need to go further afield, moving around the city is easy from Tufnell Park. The Northern line connects you to the city centre and Westend, while the Overground and Thameslink in nearby neighbourhoods take you towards Crouch End and Hampstead. Buses aren’t in short supply either, route 4, 134, 390, and the N20 night bus all make their way through Tufnell Park.  

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