In this part of London there is as much outdoor space as anyone could want. In character it ranges from the surprisingly wild expanses of Hampstead Heath, to well kept parks and sports pitches. Victoria park, Finchley, is a typical Victorian town park and is very local to The Avenue. Its attractions include carefully tended flowerbeds, tennis courts, play areas for all ages and a multi-sports court.
- Victoria Park
- Hampstead Heath
- Kenwood House
- Brent Cross Shopping Centre
The Avenue is the perfect setting for a growing family, and as some of the most important decisions you have to make for your family concern education, its proximity to a variety of excellent schools is a real bonus.
- Manorside Primary School
- Our Lady of Lourdes RC School
- Hasmonean High School for Girls
- Hasmonean High School for Boys
- Christ's College
- Brunel University
Within two miles drive of The Avenue you will reach some of the capital's main routes: the A406 North Circular, A41, A1 and M1. Whether you are travelling into town, around town or to any destination north of London, The Avenue is an excellent starting point. Finchley Central is the nearest tube station. Local bus routes are also available, taking you to Arnos Grove tube station situated on the Piccadilly line. If you want to go further, alight at Kings Cross/St. Pancras International for the Eurostar for connections all over Europe.
- Finchley Central Underground Station
- A406 North Circular
- Kings Cross St Pancras within 23 minutes