This is a sponsored article on behalf of Argent Related.
London's next up and coming neighbourhood? It has to be Tottenham Hale. An already-vibrant part of north-east London, it's undergoing something of a renaissance — and will only become more vibrant in the coming years.
Argent Related has put together an A-Z video of reasons why Tottenham Hale is the place for those looking to buy a house in London. Below, we've cherrypicked some of the best.
Tottenham Hale isn't just somewhere to commute into work from — it's a place you can really live and indulge in, week in, week out. Enjoy languid weekend afternoons supping craft brews at Craving Coffee and Beavertown Brewery. Grab a Neapolitan wood-fired pizza from LovenPresents. Then take in a night of film, theatre or dance at the Bernie Grant Centre, a hub promoting developing culturally diverse artists.
Culture doesn't stand still in Tottenham Hale. At the Ada. National College for Digital Skills, tomorrow's digital pioneers are being nurtured. The RecordShop, meanwhile, is a free recording studio programme for 16-25 year olds based in the heart of Tottenham. As for your little entrepreneurs, Tottenham is home to excellent schools, such as Ferry Lane Primary School, uniquely positioned on the edge of the Walthamstow Wetlands.
Heard of a little club called Tottenham Hotspur? Then you might also have heard of their little new stadium — their 62,062 capacity stadium, to be precise. And while it hosts some of the biggest football matches in the country, it'll also put on everything from NFL games to superstar concerts.
While it's all going on in Tottenham Hale, you can catch a breather whenever you like. Stroll the idyllic Walthamstow Wetlands, a new nature reserve brimming with open water and wildfowl. Then refresh with coffee and artisan cake at The Engine Room.
Fancy living in Tottenham Hale?
Now's the time to make the move.
Argent Related — the developer behind the hugely successful regeneration of King's Cross — is delivering 1,030 new homes to Tottenham Hale. Alongside them are 15 new retail spaces; co-working and office space; a new health centre serving 30,000 local people; and two football pitches' worth of well-lit, elegantly-paved public space with seating and 75 new trees.
Find out more at Argent Related's website.