Estate & Letting Agents in Brick Lane

Estate & Letting Agents in Brick Lane

Brick Lane Area Guide

Hemminfords in Brick Lane handles both the sales and lettings of stunning properties across the whole of Brick Lane including E1 and E2. We offer a range of properties for sale and to let from family homes to luxury apartments in Brick Lane’s prime locations.

Brick Lane and its residents are proud of the independent shops, live music, and street art that flourish throughout the area. At one time however, the area around Brick Lane was made up of slums and crime scenes of the murders of Jack the Ripper. Now, the area is nothing of the sort thanks to huge investment, it’s becoming one of the creative hubs of the capital.

The famous market in The Old Truman Brewery is home to unique designers and you can find anything from handbags and accessories to artistic boutiques and vintage wear. If you like warehouse art exhibitions, Brick Lane is meant for you. Not only is it known for art but also the vintage stores, trendy clubs, bars, eateries and coffee shops that line the street. The area is constantly busy and further down you can find many a curry house. Our favourite spot for a curry however, is in White Chapel at ‘Tayyabs’…

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Eating Out

Eating Out

Cereal Killer Cafe: Providing over 120 varieties from classic cereal, vintage cereal and cereal from different parts of the world, this café is worth a trip to see. Having been featured in many publications, the Cereal Killer Café is as unique as it sounds. Try a cereal cocktail and if cereal is not for you, you can always opt out for other novelties they provide like Pop Tarts.

Kahaila Cafe: Healthy and wholesome produce sourced from local suppliers is what this café is all about. The food is “simple but generous” and a must-see for people who might want to try something a little different than the typical food you will find on Brick Lane even you just need a caffeine fix! At Hemmingfords, we absolutely love their red velvet cake, of which, many a birthday has been celebrated with. We have yet to find better…

The Camel Pub: With a snug, warm atmosphere with great beer what more could you ask for? Well, a delicious plate of pie n’ mash of course. If you appreciate good, proper pubs then you should certainly make an appearance to The Camel Pub.

Sheba: Having won BEST UK Curry House in the Cobra Good Curry Guide, this is a no-nonsense curry house worth a go. They have been perfecting their cuisine since 1974 so most people have this restaurant on their curry hot list.

Going Out

Going Out

Old Truman Brewery: Home to independent shops, markets, bars, restaurants and event space, the Old Truman Brewery has a unique combination of business and leisure spots. For a historical feel with fun, modern day activities this is a London spot that must be checked out.

Ely’s Yard: Ely’s Yard is now home to the Sunday Market, bars, restaurants, shops and permanent artworks by Banksy & D*Face. The yard has hosted a wide variety of daytime events and filming; from a dramatic Ghost Train to London’s first city Beach. It can also be utilised for art installations, projections, PR that needs general public footfall and outdoor screening.

Street Art: Brick Lane is certainly well-known for the famous street artists that have chosen this area to showcase some of their best work. You will see breath-taking murals and masterpieces from the likes of Banksy, D*Face, Ben Eine and others who come here to paint. Street Art here is never-ending and new works are always popping up. A ‘pay what you like’ London Graffiti & Street Art Tour can give you a real insight into the latest pieces currently on show.

Shopping

Shopping

Rokit: Having started off in Camden, Rokit has grown into London’s number one store for vintage clothes and special retro accessories. Dating from the 30’s up to the 90’s they handpick specific treasures that will add the most to your fashion style and your closet!

Brick Lane Book Shop: You honestly can never have enough good books to read and with that been said, you need to check out the first book shop that started in Tower Hamlets. Beginning in the 70’s, the Brick Lane Book Shop has just about every category of novels you are looking for. The book shop also hosts fun events and discussions.

Stolen Space: Showcasing amazing work that has been overlooked by museums and galleries, here you will find original pieces being sold. Some may label the work sold here as ‘Street Art’ or ‘Urban Art’ but Stolen Space does not like to label the various types in any certain way. At this gallery, you will understand what Stolen Space is talking about when they say they showcase art by a subculture that believes there are few rules, and anything is possible.

Outdoor Sace

Outdoor Sace

Weavers Fields: Near to Bethnal Green and Whitechapel tube station you will come across an enormous green space that serves a variety of purposes. From a dog walking area, to a small children’s play space and two football pitches – you could entertain yourself for hours at Weavers Fields. There is also a lovely community café nearby to stop by for drinks.

Allen Gardens : Constructed in 1875, Allen Gardens rests along the back of housing in Hackney. The space has a secret garden feeling and has become the site of one of the growing communities’ urban market gardens. This group grows herbs, fruit trees and organic food. Londoners have considered Allen Gardens “a magical place.”

Vallance Gardens: If you live nearby and need to walk around a little, why not check out Vallance Gardens. You will find a nice stretch of green grass, trees and a children’s play area.

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