Estate & Letting Agents in Angel

Estate & Letting Agents in Angel

Angel Area Guide

Estate & Letting Agents in Angel

Hemminfords in Angel handles both the sales and lettings of stunning properties across the whole of Angel as well as parts of EC1 and N1. We offer a range of properties for sale and to let from family homes to luxury apartments in Angel’s prime locations, including Islington High Street and Pentonville Road.

Angel was named after an Inn called ‘Angel’ which was located on the corner of Islington High Street and Pentonville Road. Angel, in Islington, is close to all the action without all the hustle and bustle of the neighbouring areas. It has its own mix of culture and an artistic persona, so it caters to many types of people. The beautiful architecture and abundance of activities make this an ideal place to live and typically is reflected in the prices.The centre of town stretches from Islington Green to southern areas of Liverpool Road and Upper Street. Chapel Market caps off the West end of Angel with St. John Street to the north. Surrounding boroughs include Finsbury and Islington (and boarders the old Clerkenwell area).Upper Street is where you will find Angel tube station and Highbury & Islington station, giving its residents quick and easy access to anywhere in the city.

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Angel Area Guide

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34 Upper Street, London N1 0PN

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Eating Out

Eating Out

Pho Cafe: Vietnamese food galore at this restaurant covering two floors, where you can find a cocktail corner to try a lovely Phojito. With plenty of authentic starters, mains, desserts, and sides you will have a tough time choosing what to pick.

The Breakfast Club: Known for their amazing breakfast food, this cafe sees a lot of people in one day. With a fun, quirky vibe and attitude you can be sure your taste buds and stomach will be completely satisfied after eating at The Breakfast Club.

Afghan Kitchen: Afghan’s home cooking brings you hearty, warming stews that feature plentiful helpings of yoghurt and mint. Spices are subtle not sizzling. At Hemmingfords, our favourites are the thick orange pumpkin slices drizzled in yoghurt, lamb and spinach and in the evening, their homemade bread is perfect for soaking up what’s left!

Going Out

Going Out

Shopping Central Shopping Centre: Only a two-minute walk away from Angel tube station lies the retail destination of Islington and Angel. If you are looking to shop all day and perhaps see a movie that evening, you can really spend an entire day at this modern, open scheme gem.

New Red Lion Theatre: Since being founded in 1979, the theatre has seen some of the best theatrical talent and continues putting on great performances. This fringe theatre is situated above a pub so if you want a drink and a good show, the New Red Lion Theatre visit should be in your diary.

Screen on The Green: With two-seater sofas and footrests you couldn’t feel more at home watching a great film. If that is not enough, this famous cinema has a full bar and staff to wait on you. Go see one of the oldest continuously running cinemas in the UK. Movies, drinks, cuddling… what more could you ask for?

Shopping

Shopping

Camden Passage: Camden Passage Antiques Market, which is located between Upper Street and the quaint pedestrian Camden Passage is the place to go. Whether you’re after a vintage hat, some Staffordshire Pottery, or a piece of art deco jewellery, the antiques market has it all. There are some lovely local shops at the end of this passage too – such as The Coffee Works and Moxon’s Fish Mongers; offering a range of fresh seafood and quality A grade Fish for making sushi.

Aria: This immaculate design-oriented lifestyle store is a home-decorators dream. From retro radios to funky ‘tongue’ shaped chairs you could browse in this store for hours and want to buy another home just to fill it with their designs. As if the furniture designs weren’t interesting enough, the store is in a real character space, ‘Barnsbury Hall’ just off Upper Street.

Upper Street: Shops, pubs, theatres, you name it – Upper Street has it. Try checking out the award-winning events Upper Street hosts and world-renowned restaurants such as Ottlenghi. Don’t miss the live music and karaoke bar, Lucky Voice – Upper Street really has it all.

Outdoor Space

Outdoor Space

Duncan Terrace Gardens: Camden Passage Antiques Market, which is located between Upper Street and the quaint pedestrian Camden Passage is the place to go. Whether you’re after a vintage hat, some Staffordshire Pottery, or a piece of art deco jewellery, the antiques market has it all. There are some lovely local shops at the end of this passage too – such as The Coffee Works and Moxon’s Fish Mongers; offering a range of fresh seafood and quality A grade Fish for making sushi.

Myddelton Square Gardens: If you want a breath of fresh air step onto Myddelton Square to slow down and appreciate the greenery. A sense of peace is found here because of the beauty of the surroundings and the stunning architecture of St. Mark’s Church nearby.

Joseph Grimaldi Park: From a children’s playground to ball courts and hoops, you will probably see a lot of activity. The history of the park is rather interesting since Joseph Grimaldi Park was an old burial ground but now beds of greenery, plants and various trees lie here.

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