About Statons Estate Agents in Totteridge
We are the leading London estate agents in Totteridge, Barnet, Brookmans Park, Hadley Wood, Radlett and surrounding areas. With a strong and long heritage in North London and Hertfordshire we have a deep-seated understanding of the local market, its residents and those looking to make it their home.
As we’re based in Totteridge we are best placed to assist you with your buying and selling needs, our passionate and effective team are always on hand to answer queries and make things happen. We’re always shaping and evolving our systems and services, adopting best practice and up-skilling each and every team member so you receive the best possible service available.
Each one of our branches works together, consistently sharing information on development opportunities and properties enabling us to match them with eager developers and buyers.
Welcome to Totteridge
Exclusive neighbourhood, idyllic retreat, rural charm
Pretty village cottages and tree-lined streets, it’s hard to imagine that you’re only 10 miles away from the centre of London. This is an exclusive area and possibly the most affluent in Greater London; due to its semi-rural lifestyle and access to the city, it attracts celebrities, commuters, and CEOs.
What is important to you?
On the Northern Line, Totteridge and Whetstone tube station is in Zone 4 and situated in the heart of Totteridge. You can reach Moorgate in under 30 minutes via the Overground train at Oakleigh Park station.
There are a number of good schools locally including St. Andrew’s CofE Primary School, St. Finchley Catholic High School, Totteridge Academy, and the Jewish comprehensive Hasmonean High. Two grammar schools in the area have a strong reputation: Queen Elizabeth’s for boys and Henrietta Barnet for girls. For private education, Mill Hill, Aldenham School, and both the Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys’ and Girls’ schools should be considered, each providing coach services from Totteridge.
The historical landscape
This lovely village is today set against a backdrop of farmland, parks and golf courses. It was part of the Bishop of Ely’s medieval estate; by 1357 the Bishop had a chapel and house on what is now Totteridge Park. In 1790 the church was rebuilt, known then as St. Andrew’s. There is a yew tree in the church yard, considered one of the great trees of London, and is said to be between 1000 - 2000 years old.
Managed by the London Wildlife Trust, in the west of the village you will find the ancient hay meadows, Totteridge Fields. Totteridge Common is a 3.7-hectare nature reserve with ponds and native and exotic trees, it is a beautiful and calming landscape to explore.
Living in Totteridge
One of the first things you may notice is how well maintained the village is. Its conservation status means there is plenty of space for running, cycling, long walks and horse riding. The area is popular amongst those who enjoy sport, due to the golf, cricket, tennis and squash clubs.
Surrounded by picturesque scenery, The Orange Tree is a popular pub and restaurant set on the edge of a duck pond. With a stylish interior, Mediterranean inspired dishes and British classics, it’s the ideal destination for spending time with friends or family.
It is worth noting that Totteridge itself does not have any shops but the nearby village of Whetstone is home to a Waitrose and M&S Simply Food, as well as a selection of boutique shops next to the station.
Finding a home in Totteridge
The village charm of Totteridge is just one of the reasons why people aspire to live here. We tend to find that once they arrive they like to stay. Within this leafy area of North London you will find a wide range of properties from period cottages to large detached mansions, and everything in between.