Caledonian Park

Caledonian Park

Great connections...

For feelings of space and serenity, this flat on the North Road does not fall short. Its oasis is a welcomed rest from the busy, vibrant North London setting. N7 is currently the focus of a large-scale redevelopment, so be prepared for much more transformation and regeneration in the area. It’s a great place to invest and call home. From the rows of gorgeous terraced houses to the individual shop fronts; there’s something to see at every turn.

Converted warehouses and vernacular new build developments sit along side classic period properties. The Architects playground of the 1960’s and 70’s Camden and Murray Mews is nearby. If your anything like me and enjoy wandering around London and exploring, the layer and layers of history around here will definitely keep you busy.

...fascinating history

Caledonian Park acts as a bridge between the rejuvenated Kings Cross and the more established areas of north London – Camden, Kentish Town and beyond. Camden and Regents Park are super close for weekend bike rides and the historical Metropolitan Cattle market pubs are worth an investigate. Alongside parks and a solid café culture, the largest indoor tennis courts are only one road away.

Not to mention the endless foodie options are on your doorstep. Bread by Bike and Dishoom are but an app click away on a rainy day. Vegabond and Dusty Knuckle Green Lanes bakery are a brunch must.