From chic cafes and delicatessens to upmarket restaurants and gastropubs, Highgate and Hampstead are a food-lovers’ paradise
The local villages are steeped in history – for centuries they have been recognised as cultural hotspots for their intellectual and literary associations
Whether you’re shopping for art, antiques, or the latest trends, you’re sure to find something special in the local boutiques and galleries
There’s lots to see and do in the area – head to Hampstead Heath for fresh air and spectacular views, or play a game of golf or tennis at the local clubs
The Bishops Avenue is one of the most sought-after addresses in town – and one of the wealthiest, too. It attracts homeowners from across the globe and with 20 of the top 100 private schools in the country within 10 miles, children here have access to the finest education in England. Admire the City from Hampstead Heath, one of the highest points in London while exploring the 800 acres of verdant parkland. Or stroll through the villages for cafes, bakeries and boutiques. Living in Buxmead is living in a historical conservation area loved and protected for its architecture and history.
HISTORY & CULTURE
For centuries, nearby Hampstead and Highgate villages have attracted famous names from aristocracy and literature. Discover the resting place of Karl Marx and other historical figures at Highgate Cemetery – or admire the many Blue Plaques paying tribute to the area’s rich history. Today, it remains a cultural hub and a much sought after address attracting A-list residents, celebrities, and royalty from around the world.
Travel Connections by car
Central London: 30 minutes
London City Airport: 1 hour
Gatwick Airport: 1 hour 30 minutes
Heathrow Airport: 1 hour
Stansted Airport: 1 hour 15 minutes
Luton Airport: 1 hour 15 minutes
London Kings Cross St Pancras (Eurostar):