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Harringay Area Guide

Welcome to Turnpike Lane…
Turnpike Lane is a suburban district in the north London borough of Haringey with Barnet to the west, Enfield to the north, Waltham Forest to the east and Camden, Islington and Hackney to the south. The area has excellent transport links to the rest of the city, serviced by Turnpike Lane underground station itself. Turnpike Lane is a bustling cosmopolitan shopping street and main thoroughfare with Crouch End and Alexandra Park. There are a number of specialist shops offering a wide variety of goods late into the night. The street boast a huge range of restaurants catering to all tastes from Malaysian to Greek, Indian, Thai and Lebanese.

Welcome to Harringay…
Harringay is a unique area of north London with a diverse and thriving local community and excellent transport links.  It attracts buyers attracts buyers from across the spectrum. From first time buyers to families and increasingly, young professionals looking for a lively area with great outdoor spaces and excellent links to the city.  Green Lanes is one of the longest roads in London and seems to celebrate this fact with a huge variety of cuisine.  Harringay is spoilt for choice when it comes to restaurants that have a distinctly local and warm feel about them.  You’ll find many local grocery stores and late night speciality shops, some of which are open all night.  There are endless opportunities for specialty shopping here with a lively mix of Greek, Turkish, Cypriot and Kurdish influences which explains why chefs in particular seem to love it here as Green Lanes offers such a wide choice of the freshest ingredients at very reasonable prices.  Transport links are excellent with no less than three train stations, Turnpike Lane tube station sits at one end of Harringay’s Green Lanes and Manor House sits at the other with Finsbury Park nearby.

Welcome to Wood Green
Wood Green, as the name suggests, is a leafy residential area of North London with many local parks and great outdoor spaces.  In fact it’s home to the world famous and iconic Alexandra Palace where the first BBC Television broadcast was made.  Alexandra Park is locally loved and used by many for walks, exercise, ice-skating and so many other leisure and sports pursuits, it offers stunning views across the London and you can see the Shard and many other iconic buildings and landmarks.  Transport links in Wood Green are excellent; Alexandra Palace train station takes you into Finsbury Park, Kings Cross and onto Moorgate.  Wood Green tube station is on the Piccadilly Line and will get you into the City quickly - you can even glide directly into Heathrow’s terminal 5 in around 45minutes.
Meet the neighbours…
Turnpike Lane, Wood Green and Harringay all lie just a short journey from other popular areas of the borough, such as Crouch End and the wooded high ground of Highgate and Muswell Hill providing spectacular views over London and the open low lying land alongside the River Lea to the east with its fascinating diversity of wildlife.

Local Information and Property Activity


5 Turnpike Lane,
N8 0EP
020 8341 6262

Harringay Local Schools

Orange Day Nursery
Wood Green Salvation Army Playgroup
Adventure Land Day Nursery
African Carribean Day Nursery
New Age Childcare Services Ltd

Primary Schools:
St John Vianney RC Primary School
Belmont Junior School
North Harringay Primary School
Noel Park Primary School
Belmont Infant School
Secondary Schools:
Greig City Academy
Park View
Hornsey School for Girls
North London Grammar School
Heartlands High School

Harringay Transport Links

Turnpike Lane (Piccadilly Line)
Wood Green (Piccadilly Line)
Harringay Green Lanes (Overground)
Manor House (Piccadilly Line)
Crouch Hill (Overground)
Hornsey station (Rail)
Alexandra Palace station (Rail)
Harringay station (Rail)
Bowes Park station (Rail)
Seven Sisters station (Rail)