Eastern Escape

Location & Lifestyle

North London


North London is a vibrant area with neighbourly sentiments. A bubbling pot of culture and creativity, with a burgeoning restaurant scene and fantastic independent businesses.

The area is popular for pubs and local food fare. At the junction of Crouch Hill and Stroud Green Road, The Old Dairy pub, housed in a 19th-century dairy building, is a local landmark with a restaurant, popular quiz and events. The £2.2 million Park Theatre is situated two minutes' walk from Finsbury Park tube station and houses a two-tier 200 seat and a 90 seat theatre.

A new nine-screen cinema, a gym, a selection of 1, 2 & 3 bed Shared Ownership apartments and luxury flats is now towering over the area’s skyline which will be completed in autumn next year. It’s said that the development brings a “wide array of new amenities” and benefits to the area.

Stay connected

The city boasts a wide range of ways to get around from Buses, Trains and Road. Stroud Green has the advantage of being better served by public transport than its more fashionable neighbour Crouch End. There is also a bus interchange where you can choose from a dozen routes.


There are overground trains to the City from Haringey and Finsbury Park stations. Finsbury Park is in Zone 2, the Victoria and Piccadilly Tube lines run through it to the West End. Crouch Hill station is on the Gospel Oak to Barking overground line and connects with the North London line two stops away at Gospel Oak station. The Parkway Walk runs through the neighbourhood.


Stroud Green is close to the M1 and the A1, so getting out of London by car is fairly straightforward. Stroud Green Road is a populous thoroughfare linking Crouch Hill with the major north London transport interchange of Finsbury Park Station. The M11 and M25 are also only approximately 13 Km away from Stroud Green Road resulting in the area being one of the handful of places in London easily accessible by car.

Modern character in a historical neighbourhood.