Totteridge boasts a fascinating mix of urban comforts and country lifestyle. Totteridge has always been removed from the rapid development that London has seen, although nearby sights like the Alexandra Palace Ice Rink and the Royal Air Force Museum have brought in numerous visitors and, with it, many expansions. With a rich history dating back many centuries, modern day Totteridge has become a vibrant, picturesque, and charming village that is conveniently positioned just 8 miles from Charing Cross.
Totteridge is home to a variety of business types and professionals. There are a number of IT consultancies who take up commercial space in the area. Most of the offices to let are picked up by individual-owner businesses run by photographers, healthcare practitioners and florists, among others. Fast Graphic Design Ltd, Opt Website Design Ltd, Worldgame Studios Ltd and Harris Lipman Chartered Accountants are some of the businesses which can be found in this area.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Don’t be fooled into believing that Totteridge’s location isn’t conducive to nightlife. Take a look into the Flask Tavern or the Holly Bush on a weekend and you will recognise the traditional pub culture Britain is known for. For those looking for a modern and faster party-scene, there is nearby KOKO – a live band/club venue – which runs late into the night. The restaurants and cafes in and around Totteridge are as good as any that central London has to offer. Colebrookes is the quintessential continental-European café that takes dining to a whole new level while Kaifeng offers excellent Chinese food.
Despite being on the outskirts of London, Totteridge is well connected via the Totteridge and Whetstone tube station located on the Northern Line. There are bus routes that pass through the area, both offering connectivity to and from the tube station. Taxis are easily accessible in the area. Totteridge also has one railway station, Oakleigh Park, which is connected by a regular bus route.