Shoreditch Flat Rentals Overview
Shoreditch, centrally located in the London Borough of Hackney, is an up-and-coming community close to the city. This blossoming suburb is chocked full of leading companies in the fashion, art, and online media business. These factors make it a quintessential area for commuters and those partial to the city lifestyle.
This vibrant and affordable neighborhood attracts the likes of students, graduates, and the young professional all looking for a trendy location to live. With a thriving nightlife, noteworthy cuisine, eclectic shops, and lively street markets, the Shoreditch flat rentals market comes fairly priced, getting you way more than you bargained for in such a flourishing community.
Located on Virginia Road, this charming newly remodeled modern two bedroom conversion flat has a lot to offer. The sizable reception room with original wood flooring throughout and a feature fireplace offers a cozy place to kick back on the couch or host guests.
The separate kitchen, newly equipped with stainless steel countertops and a double sink is a quaint cooking area with room for storage in this Shoreditch flat rental. With high ceilings throughout, the grand master bedroom with contemporary decor can comfortably fit a couple, and the second bedroom for either a guest, a share or a study. Located within a private development with a communal courtyard, this quiet area has a great deal to offer. Located on a peaceful cobbled street just off the Shoreditch High Street, this is truly an ideal location. In just a short walk, you can reach the shops, pubs, restaurants, or Old Street and Liverpool Station.
This hip community offers a slew of local attractions and a tight-knit community. There is no shortage of things to do in Shoreditch, from the scrumptious brunch locations, the vast amount of shops, local green parks, pubs, restaurants, and clubs, it’s a guarantee one will never be bored. With a vast array of cuisine, you’ll be sure to find any kind of food your heart is craving.
Brawn, a top pick amongst the foodies of Shoreditch, is a raved about a place to dine in the community. This off-beat French-themed eatery serves an extensive range of cuisines, ranging from rabbit to seafood, ensuring there is something for everyone on their menu. While there is no shortage of places to grab a cocktail in Shoreditch, Brewdog, considered one of East London’s best new speakeasy bars, carrying a broad spectrum of craft beers, bottled beers, ciders, and distinctive cocktails; is another destination locals like to flock to for a solid happy hour.
The nearby tube is the Shoreditch High Street station, located on Bethnal Green Road, close to Shoreditch High Street with the station’s entrance located on Braithwaite Street.