What is N4, London really like? Do the local amenities and the community vibe match your life goals? HomeViews Streets reveals the pros and cons of living in postcodes throughout the Capital by curating reviews from residents themselves. Our collection of candid comments and scores will show you in a moment if the N4 London postcode is your dream neighbourhood (or not). Why take a leap of faith? Read on to learn the facts.
What area does N4 cover?
Extending across Finsbury Park, Manor House, and part of Harringay and Stroud Green in North London, the N4 London postcode is run by the Haringey, Islington and Hackney local authorities.
What zone is N4?
The N4 London postcode is in TfL (Transport for London) Zones 2 and 3. Crouch End and Hornsey (N8) and Seven Sisters (N15) lie to the north, with Highbury (N5) and Holloway (N7) to the south. To the east, you’ll find Stamford Hill and Stoke Newington (N16), while Archway and Tufnell Park (N19) border the postcode to the west.
“The perfect balance between town and city”
Is N4 a good place to live?
How can you be sure N4 is the postcode for you? Why not ask locals living and working in the community what they love (and dislike) about the area? HomeViews Streets has done the legwork for you by inviting residents to score key categories and elaborate on their ratings. Read the randomly selected reviews below for the juicy details on the transport, amenities, and atmosphere the postcode offers.
See even more reviews for N4 by clicking through to our site. By rating and commenting on your own street, you’ll be given full access to the in-depth data we have already gathered.
HomeViews Area Guides
See the area guides on related areas below for HomeViews insights about N4 and surrounding regions. These pages include the top-rated new homes in those areas and reviews by residents.
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