Letting Agents in Seven Sisters London N15
Named after the seven Elms on Pages Green, Seven Sisters is a thriving locality in Tottenham that has benefited hugely from the brownfield developments of the last few years. An ancient site, Seven Sisters, and one whose primary feature since the mid 19th Century has been the Seven Sisters Road. Along with its neighbour South Tottenham, Seven Sisters makes up N15, the most ethnically diverse area in the EU - a hugely multicultural and ethnic area, typical of North London and emblematic of its evolution as a place to live.
For much of the 70s and 80s the Tottenham and Holloway areas were considered a little bit downbeat. But as the explosion of property prices came, so the traditional population of places like Seven Sisters have been bolstered and added to by the introduction of more affluent incomers who have been pushed out from areas such as Islington and Highbury, in search of more affordable housing.
To a great extent Seven Sisters remains a truly inner London borough. It's still as ethnically diverse as anywhere, and remains a lively place full of independent grocers, great local restaurants and bars, as well as an excellent Latin Market. But the best of the old London is being kept here and added to by the introduction of more café society, more trendy bars, more upmarket restaurants, more small businesses, particularly around the new Stoneleigh Road development aimed at small and medium size companies specialising in creative areas. The area is being well regenerated with huge brownfield developments of flats. The new Bernie Grant Centre is one of the areas best achievements - a wonderful arts and community centre which runs events, has a great café and hosts gigs all the time.
Quiet streets spin off the wide, leafy main streets of Seven Sisters, streets which lead to a great nearby green spaces like Finsbury Park. Along these streets are found an excellent quantity of competitive, well maintained Victorian terraces and some larger Victorian semis, although in the streets near Downhill Park and similar areas you can also pick up detached Victorian cottages. The area is a real mixture, with some purpose built blocks of flats and even some new mews developments occasionally on the market.
Absolutely excellent for first time buyers or those looking for more bang per buck, Seven Sisters is full of excellent houses at good sizes - for very good money indeed.
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Area News for Seven Sisters
Tottenham is an area in the London borough of Haringey known for being diverse, cosmopolitan, vibrant and a hub for talent of many kinds. The area truly has something to offer that will appeal to absolutely everyone from every walk of life.
Read Article ... Published on 31st October, 2013
Seven Sisters is a reasonably quiet area of London, found within the Borough of Haringey. The borough in which it is set is well known for its green spaces - which were recently commended in the Green Flag awards - and Alexandra Palace. Seven Sisters is set in an ethnically diverse area - it is estimated that around 193 languages are spoken within the borough as whole - which is reflected in the wide variety of shops and eateries that are present.
Read Article ... Published on 8th August, 2013
Haringey Council has today (August 1st) unveiled plans to redevelop Tottenham over the next decade. The proposals are intended to help communities affected by last summer's London riots recover from the damage.
Read Article ... Published on 1st August, 2012
Families living in property to rent in Haringey can enjoy a "fun, stimulating and cultural" artistic event from this Saturday (September 10th) at Marcus Garvey Library.
Read Article ... Published on 9th September, 2011