|All Saints Highgate||Haringey|
All Saints Highgate is a picturesque stone church built in 1864 to serve one of the additional eccliastical parish created in Highgate at that time. It was designed by A W Blomfield, who was responsible for a number of churches in the area. The south aisle was added in 1874 and the north aisle in 1912. It is surrounded by a garden, bounded to the road by wooden fencing and holly hedge with a row of pleached lime trees. A crucifix stands in the garden at the junction of the roads.
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Sydney W Kitchener 'Old Highgate, the Story of a London Village and a Public School' (Fisher & Sperr, n.d.); Bridget Cherry & Nikolaus Pevsner, The Buildings of England: London 4: North (Penguin, 1998)