Tottenham Area Guide
Tottenham is a district of north London, England, within the London Borough of Haringey. It is located about 8 miles northeast of Charing Cross. Young professionals and creatives looking for affordable homes bring a new vibrancy to this north London neighbourhood. Seven miles north of central London, South Tottenham is becoming increasingly popular with young professionals and families who have been priced out of Hackney and the sought-after Victorian grid of streets in the Haringey Ladder.
TRANSPORT LINKSSeven Sisters and Tottenham Hale are on the Victoria line Tube that offers a quick journey into the West End. The two stations also have train services to Liverpool Street that take about 15 minutes. South Tottenham is on the Gospel Oak to Barking Over ground line. All stations are in Zone 3 and an annual travel card to Zone 1 will costs around £1,600.
There are also a lot of useful commuter bus routes with the No 76 going to Waterloo via St Paul’s; the No 149 to London Bridge via Liverpool Street; the No 243 to Waterloo via Old Street; the No 259 to King’s Cross via Finsbury Park and the No 476 to Euston via Islington.
NEARBY SCHOOLSParents can rely on state primary schools rated “good” or “outstanding” by Ofsted. The “outstanding” primary schools are: Glades more in Crow land Road and Springfield in Castlewood Road. Earls Mead Primary School in Range moor Road, pictured, was judged to be "good" by the education watchdog earlier this year.
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