Located in a leafy residential area but only a 7-minute walk from Finsbury Park station where you have access to boutiques, high-street shops, cafes and restaurants. Finsbury Park Underground station is a national rail station and services the Victoria Line and Piccadilly Line that has a direct link to Heathrow Airport. There is two-way access to reach this place which is by car or public transport as such as taxi, metro train and bus.

Finsbury Park is a 112-acre oasis in the middle of a vibrant patch of north London, with the buzzing traffic of Seven Sisters Road on one side and the chatter of Green Lanes on the other. It’s a prime example of what a London park should be: a place that’s used by all slices of the surrounding community. There’s a lovely café in the middle of the park to enjoy a spot of lunch, a running track, tennis courts and areas for ball games, plus a small skate park. A real people’s park.

Finsbury Park
How to get to Oxford House

You can easily travel to Oxford House by undergound, bus, bike or on foot. If you decide to cycle to your office then we have secure indoor bike storage which is free to all our members. There is some on-street parking nearby on the rare occassion that you need to drive, but we encourage you to use public transport wherever possible to help ease conjestion and protect the environment.

Oxford House