Crouch End, home to Studio Suite’s imposing Hubert House property, grew up as a hamlet on the old medieval route from London to the north. At this time it was governed as part of Hornsey, which became a parish in around 1300. The name ‘Cruch End’ is recorded in 1593. … Crouch End remained rural until around 1880.
Crouch End is famous for its Bohemian way of life, and the locals are justly proud of their North London enclave, home to many artistic and musical types – as well as many wonderful eateries and independent shops.
To learn more about Crouch End its best to Google! And, to find out more about Studio Suite’s amazing Hubert House, overlooking Crouch End’s iconic town clock, please take a trip around our website.