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Highgate is a grand dame of an historic village, a perfect period gem which over the centuries has seen it all from its high perch over the capital.

The pretty village of Highgate is undoubtedly one of the most sought after places to live in London – and no wonder. The mainly Georgian architecture of the old centre has retained its character, thanks to the conservation work of The Highgate Society. The world famous Highgate Cemetery is also a draw for visitors with impressive tombs and monuments and a host of famous names including Karl Marx, Michael Faraday and George Elliot.

Highgate grew up around the gate to the estate of the Bishops of London and straddled the main route north out of the city. Carters dragging goods up Highgate Hill needed a bit of respite before hitting the road, hence the rather larger number of pubs than usual. It’s also why Dick Turpin and other opportunist highwaymen hung out around there. Today all is very genteel and with great pubs like The Flask and The Gatehouse, shops, restaurants and the nearby green spaces of Hampstead Heath and Waterlow Park, it’s not surprising that local residents think Highgate has it all.

Offices Covering Highgate

Highgate Office

020 8340 7000

27 Highgate High Street,
London N6 5JT

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East Finchley Office

020 8883 0033

82 High Road,
London N2 9PN

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We North Londoners know we are lucky. With acres of parks and woodlands, authentic architecture, great schools, good transport links, an amazing choice of restaurants and bars and a lively arts and cultural life, we know we have it all.

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