Harringay is a residential area in the London Borough of Haringey in North London. It is centred on the section of Green Lanes running between Manor House and Turnpike Lane.
The Harringay Ladder is an area of 20 streets connecting Green Lanes and Wightman Road in N4 and N8. The Harringay area is urban and diverse and is composed of two long parallel roads with a series of shorter rungs thus representing a ladder when seen on a map. Green Lanes Harringay is a cultural and culinary goldmine.
Harringay’s main shopping street, Green Lanes is a busy, cosmopolitan high street offering an eclectic mix of bakeries, grocers, cafes, restaurants and bars. The streets to the east of Harringay Green Lanes are known as ‘Harringay Gardens’ offering family sized houses and many tastefully converted apartments.
Harringay boasts open green spaces attractive Victorian architecture, a vibrant creative community and fantastic transport links to the rest of London, including direct trains into Kings Cross St Pancras. The Victoria Line tube Kings Cross is only 11 minutes from Harringay Green Lanes. Harringay is diverse, vibrant, up and coming and well connected.
Train - Harringay has lots of convenient overground stations in and around it. Connections include a direct service to Stansted Airport:
Harringay, Harringay Green Lanes,Hornsey,Finsbury Park, Alexandra Palace, South Tottenham, Stamford Hill, Seven Sisters, Bruce Grove, Tottenham Hale.
Tube – The nearby Piccadilly line offers a direct connection to Heathrow Airport:
Manor Park, zone 2, Piccadily Line
Finsbury Park, zone 2, Piccadilly and Victoria Line
Seven Sisters and Tottenham Hale, Zone 3, Victoria Line