Storage Finsbury Park

Storage Finsbury Park can be supplied at our Attic Self Storage facility in York Way, Kings Cross, which is just 7 minutes from the centre of Finsbury Park. Our smart, dry and clean, modern self storage facility has a “state of the art” security system so you will know that your possessions are as safe as in your own home. With 24 hour access by PIN your storage is available whenever you need it, which is of particular help to businesses who may wish to receive early or late deliveries of stock for storage.

We offer a man and van service to help you move into and out of storage. We also offer a scheduled collection and delivery service within a 3-5 mile radius of our storage facility. Our “front of house” customer service team will also provide a receipt and despatch service for our business clients. So get a quote and come and talk to us.

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Kings Cross storage: 270-276 York Way, Kings Cross, London N7 9PQ

Finsbury Park Storage at Attic Self Storage

Local area of Finsbury Park

Finsbury Park is a 115 acre public park with a multi-ethnic neighbourhood, just north of Highbury. The recreation ground and gardens were created for the residents of the parliamentary constituency of Finsbury in 1860, and covered part of Hornsey Wood. It was created because the area was overcrowded and did not have any significant green space for the residents to enjoy, so the Metropolitan Board of Works was persuaded to finance the project.

At the same time new 2 and 3 storey terrace houses were being built for the middle classes, but as many houses failed to attract enough affluent buyers, many of the houses were turned into flats. When new transport links were introduced and Finsbury Park became the terminus for the Piccadilly line, the area had greater appeal. The park is now the responsibility of Haringey council which has been restored to its formative years with the help of lottery funding.

The area is on the border of 3 local authorities so it tends to get overlooked. The recent City North development project has brought in new employers, and residential flats and further improvements to the station. A new multi screen cinema, fitness centre, supermarket, shops and restaurants are all promised soon.

In addition to the rows of Victorian terrace houses, Finsbury Park also has estates of social housing, the largest being Woodberry Down, which is halfway between Finsbury Park and Manor House. The estate is currently being knocked down and rebuilt. When the project completes in 2031, 2,000 council homes will have been replaced by 5,500 new homes, with 41% for social rent or shared ownership.

If you are thinking of moving to Finsbury Park or are in transit from one home to another and need somewhere to store your furniture, short or long term, then use self storage as a secure storage solution.

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