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Arthur Benabo

7 Ballards Lane Finchley, N3 1UX
Arthur Benabo hasn't listed any properties for sale in the last 6 months. This could be because the agent specialises in lettings, or the branch may be closed. Arthur Benabo does have 27 reviews, with an average score of 4.4/5 If you're looking to sell in Golders Green, you may want to choose an agent with more experience. Covering this area are other estate agents, such as Martyn Gerrard - Finchley Central and David Harris & Co. However to see who will objectively do the best job selling your home, make sure you use our comparison tool.
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Arthur Benabo Reviews (27)

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  1. 59% 5/5 Stars
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  2. 33% 4/5 Stars
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R Serwan

5/5 Stars
Good station, staff have always been friendly! Barriers are open on one side ???? It also has public toilets, which is fairly rare for the underground.... Read more
18th Dec 2021 (2 years ago)

C Lawrence

5/5 Stars
Perfect for getting into central London, from parking to the Underground service.... Read more
31st May 2021 (2 years ago)

W Vangu

5/5 Stars
Finchley Central is my favourite place because I went to my cousin's house for my birthday.???... Read more
31st Aug 2020 (3 years ago)

A Anonymous2015

1/5 Stars
Unclean.... Read more
18th Aug 2020 (3 years ago)

D Ryan

4/5 Stars
Well maintained station but need to improve the public toilets!!... Read more
6th Feb 2020 (4 years ago)

J Burns

4/5 Stars
rugged sensuality - no standing on ceremony here... Read more
7th Jun 2019 (4 years ago)

U #

5/5 Stars
Good station that has retained some of its original character. Finchley Central has disable access and lifts with easy access on the northern line, ensure to tap out your oyster if your exiting the station. There are two exits, the main exit has barriers however the other exit has self oyster tap out.... Read more
20th Apr 2019 (4 years ago)

U #

5/5 Stars
Good station that has retained some of its original character. Finchley Central has disable access and lifts with easy access on the northern line, ensure to tap out your oyster if your exiting the station. There are two exits, the main exit has barriers however the other exit has self oyster tap out.... Read more
20th Apr 2019 (4 years ago)

J Burns

4/5 Stars
air thick with the overbearing perfume of orchids... Read more
29th Mar 2019 (4 years ago)

J Mison

5/5 Stars
(Information below from Wikipedia) Finchley Central is a London Underground station in the Church End area of Finchley, north London. The station is on the High Barnet branch of the Northern line, between West Finchley and East Finchley stations, and is the junction for the short branch to Mill Hill East. The station is around 7 miles north-northwest of Charing Cross and is in Travelcard Zone 4. The station was opened on 22 August 1867 as part of the Great Northern Railway's line between Finsbury Park and Edgware stations. As part of London Underground's Northern Heights plan, Northern line trains started serving the station in 1940 and main line passenger services ended in 1941. Finchley Central station was built by the Edgware, Highgate and London Railway (EH&LR) on its line from Finsbury Park to Edgware. As construction of the line was nearing completion and before it opened it was purchased in July 1867 by the larger Great Northern Railway (GNR), whose main line from King's Cross ran through Finsbury Park on its way to Potters Bar and the north. The station, originally named Finchley and Hendon, opened along with the railway to Edgware on 22 August 1867 in what was then rural Middlesex. It was 7.05 miles (11.35 km) north-northwest of Charing Cross as the crow flies, and 7 miles 29 chains (11.8 km) from the GNR terminus at King's Cross. A branch line from Finchley Central to High Barnet was constructed by the GNR and opened on 1 April 1872. After the 1921 Railways Act created the Big Four railway companies, the GNR became part of the London & North Eastern Railway (LNER) in 1923. The station was renamed by the GNR twice: to Finchley on 1 February 1872 and Finchley (Church End) on 1 February 1894. It was given its current name on 1 April 1940. The station has two entrances. The main one, in the original station building, is on the north side of the tracks in Chaville Way, an access road from the junction of Ballards Lane, Regents Park Road and Nether Street. The second entrance is to the south of the tracks in Station Road. The station is in a cutting and the two entrances are joined by a footbridge over the tracks from which stairs and lifts connect to the platforms. The station is accessible for disabled passengers travelling in both directions. The station has three platforms. Platforms 1 and 2, which share an island platform, are for northbound trains: platform 1 is used mainly by trains terminating at Finchley Central (and trains reverse using a reversing siding north of the station) or going to Mill Hill East; platform 2 is mainly used by trains going to High Barnet. Platform 3, a side platform, is for southbound trains. All platforms have canopies at their northern ends. The station car park on the north side of the tracks occupies the site of the former goods yard. The station is in Travelcard Zone 4, between West Finchley and East Finchley on the Northern line. Train frequencies vary throughout the day, but generally operate every 3–7 minutes between 05:44 and 01:05 northbound to High Barnet and 05:31 and 01:15 southbound to Kennington (via Charing Cross) or Morden (via Bank). Trains to Mill Hill East operate between 05:16 and 01:06 (except for peak hours and after 23.00 all trains operate as a shuttle between Finchley Central and Mill Hill East). London Bus routes 13, 125, 143, 326, 382 and 460, night route N20, and school routes 626 and 683 serve the station. The station features in the Finchley Central mind game, which in turn became the basis for the game Mornington Crescent in the BBC Radio 4 series I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue. The New Vaudeville Band's song "Finchley Central" reached No. 11 in the UK singles charts in 1967. Finchley Central was the station used in the 1930s by Harry Beck, designer of the original Tube map. There is a commemorative plaque on Platform 3, together with a facsimile enamel panel of Beck's iconic 1933 design. All info above is from Wikipedia.... Read more
20th Nov 2018 (5 years ago)

M Toy

5/5 Stars
Efficient stations well signposted.... Read more
7th Nov 2018 (5 years ago)

A .A.

5/5 Stars
Clean and well maintained station... Read more
18th Oct 2018 (5 years ago)

B Chui

5/5 Stars
Clean and accessible tube station. Toilets are available and free for public. Large parking lot with reasonable rates. Helpful staff is onsite.... Read more
15th Apr 2018 (5 years ago)

J Kr?ta

5/5 Stars
We thank Ivan's staff for giving us advice on the oyster card and he was very pleasant and helpful! Family Kruta from Czech republic... Read more
13th Mar 2018 (5 years ago)

A Ferdous

4/5 Stars
Important underground station for Northern Line in Finchley..... Read more
22nd Feb 2018 (6 years ago)

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