Situated in the London borough of Haringey, Hornsey is located in north London around 6 miles from Charing Cross. The area is a mix of old Victorian houses and more modern social housing. Once home to notable residents such as actor Bob Hoskins, poet Thomas Moore, and publishing mogul Andrew Melrose, Hornsey has a rich history and diverse culture. It is close to a range of attractions and places of interest, such as the London International Gallery of Children’s Art, Highgate Cemetery, and Kenwood House.
Many different types of businesses are based in Hornsey, taking up the various retail units and offices to let. The companies and professionals located here can vary from one commercial area of Hornsey to another; some of those you will find here include charity offices, import and export firms, information services, artists, beauty salons, retailers, dance studios and recruitment agencies. Portman & Co, Momento Print Limited, Worth Solutions Ltd and Newton & Garner Ltd are examples of businesses that can be found in this area.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Within a couple of miles of Hornsey you will be able to access a range of excellent entertainment. The Jackson’s Lane Theatre offers exciting performances while those who enjoy live music can head to Alexandra Palace. For a great dining experience, try the Spanish cuisine at nearby Viva or sample modern European cooking at Mosaica @The Factory. Bistro Aix offers a taste of fine French cuisine, while Thai delights can be enjoyed at O’s Thai Cafe.
You can access both the underground network and mainline services with ease and convenience from Hornsey. Turnpike Lane and Wood Green tube stations are within easy reach as are Hornsey and Haringey railway stations. You will be able to benefit from easily accessible taxi and bus services in the area, which offer additional convenience to locals, visitors, and workers.