You are not using Dynamic sidebar
With its heritage rooted firmly in creativity, art and industrialism, Shoreditch has long been a thriving and interesting location to its many visitors, but now with its ever growing eclectic, party loving residents, it is a much sought after place to live as well as go out. The diversity in the area, from the musicians and artists to the city traders and high powered lawyers, means there is a lively, exciting community and as such it is a hugely popular place to buy.
With a real mixture of townhouses, converted office spaces and the more modern flat developments, there is a style of home for anyone interested in the area.
Shoreditch also boasts a vibrant mixture of entertainment and local interest including galleries, quirky cafes, entertainment venues and a real mix of world cuisine, and since the area is steeped in history there is plenty of culture to see along the way. Shoreditch is also now the place to go to find the painfully hip centre of London’s alternative scene. Alongside quirky boutique bars there are clubs for every taste and if it is just a quiet beer on a Sunday you’re looking for there are plenty of ‘proper’ old pubs too. Plus, Shoreditch’s very own Brick Lane Beigel Bake boasts the ‘best salt beef bagel in the world’ and it has become so popular over the decades that it is a real area institution now!
For families there are a number of high achieving local schools nearby, froth primary and secondary, and plenty of large open parklands, especially as you go towards Bethnal Green.
In terms of transport links, Shoreditch has its own underground station as well as being surround by Whitechapel, Aldgate and Liverpool Street which is both under and over ground.