Holloway, in the the North-London borough of Islington, is a district comprised of Nag’s Head, with the residential Upper and Lower Holloway areas located on the periphery.
Since 2006, Holloway has been home to the world-famous Arsenal Football Club. The Emirates Stadium, Arsenal’s home ground, is a massive structure in Ashburton Grove and is the second-largest Premier League stadium. For those looking for entertainment, the impressive Holloway Odeon, which is almost a century old, offers its patrons a great cinematic experience in a grade-II listed building. Other notable structures include the now-defunct HMP Holloway, which is soon to be converted to houses and flats, contributing to Holloway’s growing housing stock.
Holloway’s homes consist of many period houses, in Georgian and Victorian terraces, often set across multiple storeys. These high-ceilinged properties provide bright and spacious housing to their residents in attractive streets. Of course, there are also converted warehouses and many more recently built flats throughout the district, too.
The Piccadilly Line services Holloway through another grade-II listed building, Holloway Road tube station. In Travelcard Zone 2, these frequent train services make Holloway a great place to settle for those looking for easy commutes.
The Housekeep platform has many experienced and background-checked housekeepers who service the Holloway area. All of these housekeepers offer 5-star cleaning regardless of your housing arrangements