Special Thank You to NHS Workers
Working on the frontline is challenging. We wish to thank all critical staff working during this period. Our hearts are with NHS staff for their compassion, determination and self-sacrifice, whilst keeping the country moving throughout the crisis. To show a token of our gratitude, we have decided to offer 2hrs of Free Domestic Cleaning from 1st June 2020 - 30th August 2020. We hope the AMAZING staff can enjoy their clean homes, being less busy and more well-rested, on their days off in the hard months ahead of us.
Head of the Hill, a perfect urban village with great schools, cafés, elegant shops, restaurants and much more!
Muswell Hill is described as a genteel urban village in North London which centres on The Broadway and is just a quick ride into the heart of London. Many families are attracted to N10 for its great schools, arty cafés, green spaces and vibrant high street known as The Broadway. It is mainly in the London Borough of Haringey, with a small part in Barnet, totalled population of 10,784 reported in a 2011 census. There are many streets with Edwardian semis and terrace houses along with purpose-built blocks of flats. Among the most expensive suburbs in London, Muswell Hill sits astride one of the capitals highest hills and on a clear, sunny day the city views are breath-taking.
Muswell Hill Local Area guide
It occupies an array of the best independent hotspots; a quirky side street ‘Avenue Mews’ homes vintage shops- open every Saturday, all about great food at Chriskitch. Cheeses of Muswell Hill is the place for you as a ‘cheese-lover’ it is one of the best cheese shops in London. Offering quality tea, coffee and treats at W.Martyn’s, encouraging a love for books at the Children’s Bookshop. Toff’s Fish- award winning fish & chips served here but to name a few of the great places to visit!
Muswell Hill is not on the Underground – nor does it have a railway station, the two nearest tube stations are East Finchley and Highgate, both on the Northern line. Alexandra Park has playgrounds, woods, and a boating lake, as well as the hilltop Alexandra Palace also known as ‘Ally pally’. Here extraordinary sights can be witnessed, the views from its hilltop position aesthetically capture the city. Throughout the year, Ally Pally hosts spectacular gigs and events for everyone to enjoy! Walking trails criss-cross Highgate Wood, home to sports pitches and is recommended on a beautiful day, perfect with a picnic.