New Development Hornsey Town Hall - Bracewells Estate AgentsBracewells Estate Agents
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Guide price: £489,950 -​ £1,250,000
Having started our career path in the historic village of a Crouch End over 30 years ago, a lot of hard work and love steers us to this prestigious and innovative, luxury development of studio,1, 2 and 3-bedroom apartments now for sale. Meticulously designed to an exacting standard with attention to detail and elegance, form a blend of beautiful architectural buildings.

A charming local area

Charming, chic, Crouch End Broadway, In North London, has many quality features to the local community, who are very proud of their delightful Crouch End and what it stands for. The authentic, mostly independent shopping and café life featuring a plethora of vintage shops, boutiques & eateries, with a smaller Waitrose and M and S foods, ENHANCING the identity.

Priory Park

Not forgetting, an array of traditional pubs and also the award-winning Priory Park, being a pleasant green space, which boasts 5 tennis courts and picturesque gardens. The outstanding WATER fountain near the Middle Lane gate was unveiled in the pleasure gardens in 1909 AND was made from 50 tonnes of ‘Lemorna’ granite.

The Broadway

The eye-catching Broadway, also known LOCALLY as Crouch End Village has retained its charm, surrounded by beautiful architecture and leafy residential streets, lined with stunning period homes. No wonder it’s so popular with Actors, Artists and discerning families.

The Clock Tower

The famous Clock Tower on the Broadway was built to honour Henry Reader Williams, who was Chairman of the Hornsey Local Board whose achievements were indeed worthy of such commemoration. He also paved the way for the purchase of Alexandra Palace and Park. Inauguration, immediately after Williams’s retirement it was decided by the newly designated Hornsey Urban District Council to erect a clock tower to celebrate his achievements, with a speed that would be unbelievable today. Out of the estimated cost of £1200-£900, was raised by public subscription in the first three weeks! Crouch End, Is not only unique but very much the happening place to live, work and visit.

The Town Hall

Hornsey Town Hall was built in 1935 to house Hornsey Borough Council. It was the first major UK building to be constructed in the Modernist style. Designed by New Zealand born architect Reginald Uren in 1933–35, the building shows the influence of Hilversum town hall in the Netherlands and was awarded a bronze medal by the Royal Institute of British Architects.
“In its new life”…….. Hornsey Town Hall will provide an extremely rare opportunity to live in a new development adjacent to a building which is steeped in history, where many of the original features remain untouched. The grade II listed building in north London will be given an extensive renovation to create a multi-arts hub with several performance spaces, which those behind the plans say will become “north London’s new Barbican”.

A New Era

The revival of this iconic landmark includes the restoration of the Hornsey Town Hall into an arts and workspace for the community, a new hotel, along with 135 new homes in the Town Hall grounds. Incorporating a new arts centre, run by The Time + Space Co, which will provide first-class performance arts, co-working and flexible workspaces, restaurants, cafés and a versatile event ARENA.

The new hotel, operated by Dorsett Hospitality International will be situated within the original Town Hall building and a collection of luxury apartments, studios will be spread across two new build blocks, a mews building and a carefully restored Broadway annexe in the Town Hall grounds.


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