Within the thriving suburb, Finchley is a large area located in the London Borough of Barnet. The area of Finchley is generally considered in four different sections, north, east, south and west, mainly distinct by train lines and roads.
The property stock within Finchley mostly comprises a mixture of Victorian and Edwardian terraces, beautiful conversions and classy modern development. Church End, the centre of the old village, has some of the largest and most prestigious properties-substantial semis with good gardens, superior conversion flats, imposing blocks with spacious apartments.
Finchley also offers traditional high street environment, which includes banks and building societies, complemented by locally owned boutiques, cafes and restaurants. Also larger stores such as Tesco and Waitrose. Finchley is also not short of entertainment as it provides local leisure centres, including Compton Leisure Centre and Finchley Lido Centre, Vue Cinema, Holloywood Bowl, McDonalds and much more.
Transport facilities include tube stations at Central and West Finchley (Northern line).