Tottenham hale is in borough of Haringey in north London. It’s a multi cultural area with a high percentage of young inhabitants attracted by the presence of modern affordable student accommodation and by the ongoing redevelopment of the surrounding urban area.
The high road has in recent years enjoyed many improvements, with spaces created for new business and imposing Edwardian buildings restored to their former glory. Yet his North-London districts is a place when urban development co exists with nature: not too far away from these busy cosmopolitan streets, not to the east, lie Tottenham marshes and the Lee valley regional Park, home to many species and sport facilities.
Tottenham also boasts a great historical attraction in the shape of Bruce Castel, a great l-listed manor house that was build in the 16th century and modified during the ensuing generation. The Castle now operates as a museum of local history also opening its 20 acres of parkland to the public. Here there tree trails, a paddling pool and facilities for tennis basketball and bowls, with festival and special events taking place over the summer.
Football fans will already know Tottenham as the location of the white hart lane, home ground of Tottenham Hotspur, Keep-fit fans, meanwhile, can keep in shape at the Tottenham green Leisure Centre.
Cultures, the neighbourhood benefit from the newly created Bernie grant art centre, while historians will appreciates All Hallows Church. Which is the oldest local building, dating back to Norman times.
The area also offers its inhabitants a wide variety of facilities such as a retail park, cinema,24-hour gym, free libraries, and many other amenities which ensure student will be able to make the most of their period of study and enjoy their stay in London.