Things to consider when planning a house removals to Tottenham
Tottenham is a district located in North London in the London Borough of Haringey. It is 5.9 miles of Charing Cross and less than 20 minutes to central London making the area ideal for London commuters.
Tottenham is London’s hottest new location
If you’ve visited anywhere in London in the past ten years, there’s a likelihood it’s now a different place altogether because of regeneration, and now it’s Tottenham’s turn for a spruce up.
Tottenham is at the very core of London’s newest regeneration project and has a promising future as one of the coolest areas to live in good old London town.
Living in Tottenham
Without all its new offerings, Tottenham has always been one of the most diverse places to live in London and is alive with colours, culture, delicious food, and history. Though it’s seen to be more urban than scenic, the area has an abundance of parks.
Bruce Castle Park has its museum (previously home to various Lords and Ladies – oooh lala!) several tennis and basketball courts and a play area for children.
Bruce Castle Museum in Tottenham London. Image credits to Trover.
If you’re planning on moving to the outskirts of Tottenham, you’ll find Tottenham Marshes with the River Lee running through, giving you an ideal location for a Sunday morning London stroll with the family and friends. For further advice on house removals services in London visit Twilleys House Removals Services.
Tottenham public transport
For the London commuter, Tottenham is just perfect. With easy access to the Victoria and Piccadilly Lines, Bruce Grove, Seven Sisters and White Hart Lane overground lines, it takes only 20 minutes to Central London’s Liverpool Street, as well as direct trains to London Stansted Airport, taking under an hour.
In Tottenham, you are also well connected to wherever you need to be, both inside and out of London through excellent transport links.
Tottenham Hotspur Football Stadium
The new Tottenham Hotspurs football ground means there’s a hubbub of activity going on, with everyone wanting a piece of the action. The football ground has given Tottenham a new lease of life and is nailing its name back on the map by attracting trendy new businesses to the area such as The Beehive and Chicken Town.
But be quick, the ground has already pushed house prices in the surrounding area up, and there’s every indication this will continue until well after the field is finished.
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