N8 falls under the Haringey and Islington areas of North London, encompassing Hornsey, Crouch End and part of Harringay. The area as a whole is a diverse one with plenty of history and rich culture. In Hornsey you will find many Victorian buildings sitting alongside more recent public sector developments. Crouch End boasts a rich history and horror writer Stephen King helped to put it on the map after visiting his friend there and using his visit as the inspiration for a short story that was later televised and simply called ’Crouch End’. N8 is close to many attractions and places of interest, such as the London International Gallery of Children’s Art, Highgate Cemetery, and Alexandra Palace.
A diverse variety of businesses and professionals call N8 home, with many different types of companies renting office space in this area. Amongst the various professionals and businesses that are based in N8 are charity offices, export and import agents, information service providers, engineers, artists, and solicitors.
Entertainment And Dining Out
You will never be bored in N8, as there is plenty to keep you busy and entertained. Jacksons Lane Theatre is a great place for a live show while live music can be enjoyed at Alexandra Palace. If you enjoy dining out, you will be thrilled with the options available. Sample delicious Spanish cuisine at Viva, try the modern European dishes at Mosaica @ The Factory or pay a visit to Bistro Aix for fine French cuisine.
The transport links in N8 are efficient and convenient, with access to the underground network provided via Turnpike Lane and Wood Green tube stations. Hornsey and Harringay railways stations can be used for access to mainline services. If you are looking for over ground transportation, you will find the bus and taxi services in the area efficient and reliable.