Tottenham has something for everyone! From watching  Premier League football at Tottenham Hotspur FC, to taking a relaxing stroll through Tottenham Marshes. If you’re feeling more energetic, why not venture further in the green of the Lee Valley regional park? For something more artsy, try attending live performances at the Bernie Grant Arts Centre or shop in the eclectic mix of independent and high street stores in Tottenham. With up to 10,000 new homes planned and developed, and also a wealth of family sized properties, Tottenham is the perfect place for affordable London living.

Tottenham is one of the best connected places in North London, having superb transport links which are accessible by road, rail and the tube. With stations such as Seven Sisters; an overground station as well as an underground station, Bruce Grove Overground Station, Northumberland Park Overground Station, White Hart Lane Overground Station and Tottenham Hale.

All stations are nearby in the area and easily accessible to get in Central London.  You can be in Kings Cross in 12 minutes, Stratford City in 11 minutes, Liverpool Street in 20 minutes or Stansted Airport in 35 minutes! It is also earmarked as a destination for Crossrail. A new proposed rail route in running from nine stations in Surrey to three in Hertfordshire providing a new rail link across London on the Crossrail network.

There are many transport upgrades taking place in Tottenham, including a new Tottenham Hale London Underground station. Connections to and from North Tottenham are set to dramatically improve with upgrades to the White Hart Lane Station, West Anglia mainline services, Crossrail 2 and the Cycle Superhighway.

Besides accessible transport, Tottenham is a great location when it comes to diversity in the categories of food, drinks, people, arts and culture, leisurely activities and many more! Convenience and diversification, what more could you ask for?