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Tottenham is steeped in history, with an equally exciting future ahead, due to regeneration plans throughout the area. In late 1970 Tottenham’s low-lying fields and market gardens were rapidly transformed into affordable housing, offering an easy commute into central London. As a traditionally working class area, the affordable homes and fantastic transport links make Tottenham a great place to live.

Today, continuing developments are in progress in Northumberland Park, Tottenham Green, Seven Sisters and Tottenham Hale, offering more residential, leisure and retail opportunities to residents and visitors from neighbouring towns. Regeneration is also underway at Tottenham Hotspur Football Club; the well-known North London club are building a multi-purpose sports stadium and have plans for Europe’s largest indoor climbing wall.

Both club and council are working together to increase investment in their beloved town. With an optimistic future, Tottenham’s Victorian and Georgian houses offer traditional homes and appealing conversions to first-time buyers; in fact, the area generally attracts first-time buyers who are looking for close connections to the City.

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