Highgate is a suburb around 5 miles north of central London. It is one of London’s top places to live and has its own Highgate Society to protect its charming character. Highgate has around 10,000 residents, based in the N6 postcode district.
Highgate is known for it very attractive open spaces, including parts of Hampstead Heath, Waterlow Park, Highgate Bowl and local woods. At its centre, there is the charming Highgate Village with a collection of shops, pubs and restaurants. There is also the famous Highgate School, Jacksons Lane arts centre and other historic properties. Other local areas of interest include Highgate Cemetery, Highgate Wood, Kenwood House, Highpoint I and II, Athlone House, Archway Bridge, Furnival House and St Michael’s Church.
There are two local tube stations at Highgate and at Archway. There is also a good local bus service. The combination of attractive homes, outside space, top local schools and a village community make Highgate one of London’s most attractive (and most expensive) places to live. Highgate Cemetery is the resting place of many famous names, including Karl Marx and Michael Faraday.
Highgate has proved a very popular area for Housekeep’s cleaners, whether for daily housekeeping services or for weekly cleaning services. Housekeep cleaners have cleaned 1000s of houses and flats in the area already!