Estate & Letting Agents in Shoreditch

Estate & Letting Agents in Shoreditch

Shoreditch Area Guide

Estate & Letting Agents in Shoreditch

Hemminfords in Shoreditch handles both the sales and lettings of stunning properties across the whole of Hoxton including E1, E2, EC1, EC2 & N1. We offer a range of properties for sale and to let from family homes to luxury apartments in Shoreditch’s prime locations.

Shoreditch is one of the most diverse and sought-after areas set in London’s historic East End. It is an East inner-city district full of character, creativity and is at the centre of London’s tech city boom. The art, food, coffee culture and constant entertainment create a fun and energetic environment ideal for anyone looking for an alternative London vibe.

Shoreditch has a huge appetite for the arts and music. The air is constantly buzzing with cool events in the area. Being close to major transport links, this area is great for professionals and young couples looking for an area that offers lots of creativity and entertainment.

Shoreditch High Street, Great Eastern Street and Hackney Road are always busy and full of people that bring a vibrant and colourful atmosphere to the area. This is a highly sought-after hotspot, as creative and tech agencies make it their home all the way from Brick Lane to the to the West side of Liverpool Street.

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Shoreditch Area Guide

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Eating Out

Eating Out

Clove Club: If you want a master class in food then the Clove Club is for you. This old Town Hall was one of the grandest for well over 100 years ever since being built in 1865. The Clove Club was transformed into what it is today and now this amazing restaurant is a popular venue for events and art functions.

Dishoom: Want something more affordable that still exudes great quality? Dishoom should be on your list. With three sites in London, they pay loving homage to the cafés that were once part of the fabric of life in Bombay. You can enjoy authentic Bombay street food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, with a variety of alcoholic tipples and endless chai.

Meat Mission: No one can ever have enough meat in their lives, except for vegetarians; however, Meat Mission even caters to those who want to forgo meat in their lives. This vibrant, fun restaurant has something on the menu for everyone. If you haven’t stuffed yourself full of one of their burgers, monkey fingers and crazy cocktails – you should try their hard boozy shakes (or a virgin shake, if you’re feeling fragile).

Going Out

Going Out

Whitechapel Art Gallery: On Whitechapel High Street is an internationally renowned art gallery full of works by Picasso, Jackson Pollock, Frida Kahlo and more. Check out their bookshop, dining room or take up a course.

Roof Terrace at The Boundary: With a waterproof pergola, this area is accessible any time of the year, come rain or shine. The romantic herb-themed terrace is a great place to unwind after work or during the weekend. As if the view wasn’t breath-taking enough, the wide-range of food and drinks will make you want to stay at the Boundary Hotel for more than you had planned.

Geffrye Museum: This one of a kind Museum features the historical changes of homes over the past 400 years. If you want to see the changes of civilization living throughout the years reflecting the depiction in society, behaviour and style, the Geffrye Museum will keep you entertained for hours.

Columbia Road Flower Market: You probably don’t need a ten-foot banana tree, but you will find an assortment of horticulture at this market happening every Sunday no matter what the weather is like! With over sixty independent shops, there are more than just plants waiting for you. Check out the art galleries, clothing stores, antiques, live bands and get some cupcakes while you’re there.

Shopping

Shopping

Nocturne Workshop: If you want simple, sleek and badass lighting that makes a statement throughout your home, there is only one man you should be talking to – Simon Day. From small table lamps to extravagant wine chandeliers for big-named clients, the professional works from Nocturne are worth the price.

Box Park: This place has some amazing eats, drinks and quirky shops. You can find shoes, eyewear, clothing, home and garden accessories, bags and even a vitamin IV drip station!

Shoreditch High Street: Sometimes we want a mix of the best fashion at all levels from cute and affordable to stylish and high-end. Shoreditch High Street is the place to be, this is a famous location for shoppers and a place to find tons of clothing items from vintage outfits and accessories to luxury brands and chic styles.

Outdoor Sace

Outdoor Sace

Hoxton Square: At the heart of Hoxton is the square – a green space surrounded by Victorian vintage buildings, art galleries, bars, clubs, and restaurants. You will see a lot of cute dogs and are bound to experience some great music in the summer.

Haggerston Park: Bordered by Queensbridge Road, Hackney Road and Goldsmith’s row is Haggerston Park. This park, which holds the Green Flag Award, is known for quality green space and are continually featuring new amenities. Check out the food growing garden.

Arnold Circus: Consisting of a circle and a sheltered area is the circular area of Arnold Circus. This was home to the first council estate which opened in 1896. You can usually find some interesting free or very cheap events here and this unique place is just a good place to unwind.

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