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There is a continuing (August 2014) public controversy regarding the ultimate fate of the old Ashmount site; more information about this is available under the entry for Ashmount Primary School The public library for Crouch End is Hornsey Library located on Haringey Park N8.
The library building is on a site adjoining the south side of Hornsey Town Hall.
Crouch End became a prosperous middle-class suburb due to an influx of mainly clerical workers who could easily commute to the city.
The large old houses were replaced by comfortable middle-class housing, public parks were created, and a number of new roads and avenues, such as Elder Avenue and Weston Park, were laid out.
Crouch End is in a valley between Harringay to the east; Hornsey, Muswell Hill and Wood Green to the north; Stroud Green and Archway to the south; and Highgate to the west.
The transcribed 1829–1848 diaries of William Copeland Astbury describe in great detail London life of the period, including walks to Crouch End. Large parts remained in private ownership, inhibiting development.
However, the development of the railway changed the area significantly.
By 1887 there were seven railway stations in the area.
To the immediate west, it is bounded by Highgate Wood, and the adjacent Queen's Wood, as well as a large expanse of playing fields.
To the north is Alexandra Park and to the south Finsbury Park.
The vast majority of pupils are referred by local authorities in London and the Home Counties who pay the fees.