Fairview New Homes - Altitude
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Plot 112 is an intelligently designed two bedroom apartment with a spacious balcony with stunning views of London. It boasts a fully-fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, granite worktops and oak 3-strip satin lacquer flooring. It is situated just a one-minute walk away from Hornsey railway station and Turnpike Lane underground station in Zone 3.
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Hampden Road, Hornsey, London N8 0HG
Monday | 10am - 5pm
Tuesday | 12pm - 7:30pm
Wednesday | 10am - 5pm
Thursday | 10am - 5pm
Friday | 10am - 5pm
Saturday | 10am - 5pm
Sunday | 10am - 5pm
There's a real sense in the air that the cosmopolitan suburb of Hornsey is on the up. Once a municipal borough that encompassed parts of Muswell Hill, Crouch End and Highgate, Hornsey is now centred on its High Street and is classed as a village in its own right.
There is a lovely and growing assortment of independent retailers and eateries, a great choice of cafes and plenty of antique or bric-a-brac shops. Hornsey has a close-knit and friendly community with a good selection of schools and amenities.
Hornsey is host to an annual free music festival that covers all genres from punk to classical; the Town Hall is undergoing a transformation to turn parts of the listed building into an arts centre and the Medieval tower of St Mary's church claims to be London's smallest performance space with room to seat just 25 people.
There are no fewer than six rail or tube stations within a mile radius of Altitude, but with Hornsey Station literally on your doorstep, easy access to the City is guaranteed. King's Cross lies just five miles to the south and from here the rest of central London is yours to explore.
Local buses are available from Hornsey direct to Crouch End, Muswell Hill, Alexandra Palace and White Hart Lane. In addition to this, there is greater choice of routes from nearby Green Lanes.
City, Luton, Stansted, Gatwick and Heathrow Airports can be reached by tube or rail in less than 80 minutes with Heathrow just 22 road miles to the west and around an hour on the Piccadilly Line. The Eurostar Terminal at St Pancras International is another option for overseas travel and is just 5 miles away or 20 minutes from Hornsey Station.
Many believe that London is the most dynamic and cosmopolitan city in the world. It's an opinion of course, but what is certainly true is that London is a melting pot with districts as diverse as Soho and Mayfair or Westminster and Chelsea. It has a history that dates back over 2,000 years and is a treasure trove of shops, restaurants, galleries, museums and theatres.
A city such as this harbours a great deal of talent and ambition both in the past and present time. This is evident in the architecture, the enduring societies and guilds and the many celebrated seats of learning. The pioneering spirit that made London the capital of the British Empire and its appetite for art, fashion, music, tradition and innovation continues to this day and will continue indefinitely.
It's little wonder that more than 8 million people call London their home.
Photography depicts the Show Apartment at Altitude and is indicative only. *Travel times sourced from TfL and Google Maps. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage or any other debt secured on it. *Terms and conditions apply, please refer to the Fairview New Homes website for full details. Please ask your Sales Executive for details. Details and prices are correct as of August 2019.