Highbury is a residential suburb in the London Borough of Islington. The area has traditionally had a very friendly, mixed demographic, from music producers to bankers, comedians and journalists to lawyers and politicians. Within a short walk of Highbury & Islington Station is the open space of Highbury Fields surrounded by impressive Georgian and Victorian architecture, popular in the summer months with outdoor public tennis and netball courts and a small indoor fitness centre and pool. Highbury Barn is a small parade of independent award winning local shops and amenities, including Godfrey's butchers and Highbury Vintners.Description
The property has oak engineered wood floors throughout, and thermostatically controlled under floor heating. The apartment is neutrally decorated and has been furnished to a very high standard. The open plan reception room features two south west facing Juliette balconies, with rooftop views over London. The spacious bedroom has ample storage, and there is also a stylish bathroom.
Further benefits include secure cycle parking, a landscaped courtyard, dedicated storage space for utilities, lift to all floors,
telephone and computer data sockets to reception and bedrooms, Sky + connections to living room and cable television point in master bedroom and individual apartment energy meters to accurately record consumption. There is a Residents Services Manager on site Monday to Friday and security features include a CCTV system, electronic key fob access control and TVTel Audio and Video Entry System.
Highbury Gardens is a gated development situated at the southern end of the Holloway Road, within 500m to Highbury Corner and Upper Street, and 300m of the 29 acre open space of Highbury Fields. It consists of 119 apartments set around a landscaped garden square, and features secure covered bicycle parking, a day porter, CCTV and a croquet lawn.
Highbury and Islington station (Victoria Line, Overground and National Rail). Oxford Circus can be reached within 4 stops, National Rail links to Old Street and Moorgate, and London Overground connects to East and South London. Canary Wharf can be easily accessed by taking the London Overground towards Stratford International and changing onto the Jubilee line.
Check www.tfl.gov.uk/journeyplanner to plan your commute.