Crouch End certainly doesn’t let its lack of a tube or train station cramp its style, and remains a popular choice for buyers. Nevertheless, stressing the accessibility to local amenities will be key in reassuring prospective buyers that they will have easy access to life’s essentials.
Be sure to mention the old-fashioned stores on The Broadway, including long-standing Dunn’s bakery and the charming traditional fishmongers and poulterers Walter Purkis & Sons. It also won’t hurt to mention the ‘little Waitrose’, also on The Broadway, to ensure all bases are covered.
It will come as no surprise to a Crouch End resident that Bohemian types from the media and arts industries are likely to favour the area. They will be interested to hear about local culture and the surrounding parks and green spaces, including the Green Flag Award-winning Priory Park and the Shepherd’s Hill Allotments.
The most expensive recorded transaction in Crouch End was £5,600,000 on 18 December 2015. The most recent recorded sale in Crouch End was £535,000 on 12 August 2016. Properties in Crouch End have an average price of £1,373,052 over the last 3 years.
▲ +70% since 2016
Average selling prices in last 12 months by types
Crouch End has 19 schools with capacities ranging from 25 to 1434. There are a number of schools that cater for special educational needs. There is a mix of Community School, Voluntary Aided School, Other Independent School, EY Setting in the area.
A Girls Community School for pupils aged 11 to 18 years. The schools has a capacity of 1434 pupils.
A Mixed Community School for pupils 11 to 18 years. The school enrols 1200 students.
A Mixed Community School for pupils aged 3 to 11 years. The school enrols 480 students.
A Mixed Community School for pupils 7 to 11 years. The schools has a capacity of 351 pupils.
A Mixed Community School for pupils aged 3 to 7 years. The schools has a capacity of 270 pupils.
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