Part of the Borough of Haringey in North London, Seven Sisters gets its name from the seven elms that were planted in the area in centuries gone by. The elms were planted in a circle with a walnut tree in the middle. By the mid-1700s, the area had started to become known as Seven Sisters. Modern-day Seven Sisters is an area that is diverse in terms of culture, and is colourful and bustling. It is close to a variety of attractions and sights, including galleries and historical places of interest.
A variety of different businesses and professionals can be found in the offices to rent around Seven Sisters. The City of London Business College is based here, as is the Ebenezer Community Learning Centre. Other business types in the area include solicitors, printers, clothing shops, eateries, taxi offices, lettings agents and shops.
Entertainment And Dining Out
You will find it easy to get out and sample the local entertainment close to Seven Sisters, with venues such as jazz clubs, cinemas and theatres all within a close distance. You can also enjoy a wide choice of eateries in the area, including fast food dining establishments and full services restaurants. This means that you can enjoy sampling international cuisine as well as hearty traditional British meals available from the local pubs, for those with a big appetite and a limited budget.
Seven Sisters Tube Station is in the immediate vicinity and this also offers mainline overground services. Stamford Hill Railway Station is not far from Seven Sisters and Tottenham Hale Tube Station is also within easy reach. You can also access local regular buses and taxis.