Nestled between London and Hertfordshire’s rolling countryside you’ll find Totteridge & Whetstone, a vibrant and highly sought-after town with local shops and restaurants, vast green spaces and convenient commuter links.
Here, a once tired-looking 1970s office block has undergone a magnificent transformation, a modern refurbishment and the addition of a new block, to create Northway House. When renovating this local landmark our architects considered every detail to enhance the original building’s character, from the clean lines and textures used to the continuous glazing for stunning, uninterrupted views.
With its landscaped gardens and plenty of parking, the properties provide residents with both a unique and convenient living experience and a wonderful place to call home.
Rumour has it that the old village was named after the whetstone, used in the Middle Ages to sharpen tools, which can still be found on the pavement outside the famous Griffin pub. In today’s Whetstone, residents are spoiled for choice when it comes to green space and outdoor activities including walking, cycling, horse riding and golf. As you cycle through the meadows and brooks of Whetstone Stray or the Totteridge Fields Nature Reserve, it really is hard to believe you are only 30 minutes from London. For those who would rather soak up the village atmosphere, Whetstone High Road is now home to premier restaurants and bars to rival neighbouring Crouch End. Living in Whetstone also places you near a range of top rated (Ofsted) Primary and Secondary schools. As a resident of the contemporary, but homely Northway House, you will be part of this leafy suburban jewel of London.
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