The daddy cool of East London, Shoreditch has earned itself legendary status over the past decade transforming from a dodgy den on the edge of the City to London’s coolest creative and tech hub. Bursting with independent shops, restaurants and bars all fighting to be cooler and quirkier than their neighbours, from Michelin star restaurants to the ultimate caffeine fix, you’d be hard pushed to not find somewhere to take your fancy here. The Shoreditch skyline has changed considerably in recent years with uber slick new build developments towering over a mix of more traditional property from ex-local authority flats to pockets of Victorian and Georgian terraces with a smattering of warehouse and loft conversions. Just a stone’s throw distance from the city, with excellent transport links to the rest of London and beyond, the neighbourhood that never sleeps is the ultimate big kids’ playground for creatives and city slickers alike.
Shoreditch High Street Overground Station
Liverpool Street Station (Central, H&C, Circle and Metropolitan lines and National Rail)
Old Street Underground Station (Northern and Great Northern lines)
Hoxton Overground Station
Where do we start! Here are just a few, Ozone, Lantana, Allpress Expresso, Shoreditch Grind, Fix126.
Joiners Arms, The Bricklayers Arms, The Fox.
Going Out Out:
Happiness Never Forgets, The NightJar, The Blues Kitchen, Bounce, Cargo, 333Mother.
Tickle Your Tastebuds:
The Clove Club, Andina, Dishoom, any Vietnamese on Kingsland Road, Lyles, Tramshed, The Ace Hotel.
Let’s Do Brunch:
The Albion Café, The Killer Cereal Café, Lelia’s Shop, Hoi Polloi.
Wild And Free:
Shoreditch Park, Regent’s Canal, Victoria Park, Haggeston Park.
Explore some of London’s best street art, Sign up for a Google Campus Event, peruse the eclectic mix of art galleries. Richmix, 35-47 Bethnal Green Road -run as a charity it’s an independent cultural hub including exhibitions, a cinema, performance space and a bar/café.
Barrys Bootcamp , Frame, Gymbox, Fierce Grace.
Shop 'Til You Drop:
Boxpark, Spitalfield Market, Brick Lane, Redchurch Street.
In light of the latest Government guidelines, our office is now temporarily closed.
We will however be working remotely to ensure we continue to provide the highest level of service and support to our customers and clients during this period of uncertainty.
Where possible, we are offering video tours of our properties and continue to be contactable by phone, email and video to help with all your property related needs.
T: 020 3176 1270
The EastHaus team