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Highgate Court

Highgate, London

Prices from £699,995 to £899,995

Highgate Court is a prestigious development of new homes in Highgate, designed to appeal to a range of buyers, including professionals and investors. An on-site concierge service is provided for residents within the main entrance to the development and car parking can be purchased, subject to availability.

Sales centre opening hours

Our sales office is open 10:00am - 5:00pm Friday to Wednesday, and 12:00pm - 7:00pm Thursday.

Development features

2 and 3-bedroom apartments available

Many apartments have a balcony, or terrace

Highgate Village 10 minutes’ walk away

Well-regarded schools locally

A short walk to Highgate Underground Station

Homes available at Highgate Court

House styles of

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Bishops Road, Highgate, N6 4HS

Sales office opening hours

Our sales office is open 10:00am - 5:00pm Friday to Wednesday, and 12:00pm - 7:00pm Thursday.

Sales office contact

0333 202 5141
highgatecourt@bellway.co.uk

Just six miles from the heart of the capital, Highgate Court is an ideal location for commuters, with journey times of less than 30 minutes from Highgate tube station to central London and the City.

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The local area

Shopping

Highgate Village is a 10-minute walk from the development and is a popular destination for shoppers, with a wealth of boutiques, food retailers and independent stores. Highgate High Street is the hub of the village, and offers an excellent selection of cafés and restaurants, as well as shops.

Crouch End to the east, Hampstead to the west and Camden to the south all have fashionable retail districts, while Brent Cross Shopping Centre is a 10-minute car journey away. In addition, the department stores and designer showrooms of Oxford Street, Regent Street, Bond Street and Marble Arch are less than half an hour away by tube.

Leisure

The abundance of green space in and around Highgate lends itself to outdoor activities such as walking and cycling. Waterlow Park, off Highgate Hill has tennis courts and a children’s play area, while Highgate Wood, just a five-minute walk from the development, features a sports ground within it.

Hampstead Heath, less than two miles away, covers 790 acres and encompasses hills, grassland, ponds, woodland, outdoor swimming pools and play areas. A nature conservation site, the heath is home to a great variety of animals and plants. Parliament Hill, which affords spectacular views over London, and Parliament Hill Fields are located towards the south of the heath, while Kenwood House, a 17th century stately home and grounds, is situated towards the north. Managed by English Heritage, the house, with its impressive art collection and its gardens – often a venue for summer concerts – are open to the public throughout the year.

Traditional local pubs include The Spaniards Inn on Hampstead Heath, said to be one of the oldest pubs in London, with a past clientele that includes the poets Keats and Byron, and The Flask on Highgate West Hill, which is claimed to have several resident ghosts.

Highgate Golf Club, a parkland course which offers panoramic views over north London, is less than a mile from the development.

Education

Families will find a selection of highly regarded schools close to Highgate Court, both state and private. These include St Michael’s CE Primary School and Highgate Primary School for younger children, and Highgate Wood School for secondary students.

Highgate School, which has pre-prep, junior and senior sections, and Channing School, which caters for girls aged four to 18 years old, are just two examples of high-performing independent schools in the area.

Transport

Though its rural feel may be more akin to places outside London, Highgate is very much part of the capital and when it comes to commuting, very close to the heart of it.

Highgate tube station is just a short walk from the development and from there trains run to central London, the City and south London (Northern Line). Journey times to Leicester Square are around 25 minutes, to King’s Cross around 20 minutes and to Bank around 30 minutes.

Cycling to Old Street takes approximately 25 minutes and to Bank, Covent Garden and Charing Cross around 30 minutes. Local bus services run along the Archway Road, which is also the A1 for travel to the M1, the M25 and beyond.

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Please note that while every effort has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information provided, particulars regarding local amenities and their proximity should be considered as general guidance only. The identification of schools and other educational establishments is intended to illustrate the relationship to the development only and does not represent a guarantee of eligibility or admission. Journey times are representative of journeys made by car unless stated otherwise and may vary according to travel conditions and time of day. Sources: Good Maps, The AA, Transport for London and National Rail.