Have you ever thought of living in Hoxton or Shoreditch? I’m delighted to be instructed on this spacious two-bedroom duplex rental apartment on the border between two of London’s most fashionable areas.

I think it’s perfect for anyone who wants to work in the City or east London and not be saddled with a long, arduous commute. Better to be sipping wine on the terrace overlooking the capital’s rooftops than sweating on a Tube. Plus you can say you live in a swish warehouse conversion.

It’s already causing quite a stir among prospective tenants at £625pw / £2708.33pcm. If you’d like to view I’d recommend making an appointment with me, Angelou Beswick, quickly on 020 7613 4600.

Reception (1)

What you can expect from this Shoreditch-Hoxton home

Inside on the entrance floor there’s a welcoming hallway, a light and bright reception room with a dining area, open-plan kitchen, a terrace, a utility room, a bathroom and a large storage cupboard.

Go upstairs and there’s a master bedroom with en-suite shower room, terrace and second bedroom. The apartment has wooden floors and tiled bathrooms (so no carpets to clean). It also enjoys views over Shoreditch’s rooftops (non-street facing).

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The landlord is very flexible and, while the apartment is let furnished, they are happy to remove pieces to make way for furniture supplied by tenants.

You can see our brochure for the property here.

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Upstairs Terrace

What Shoreditch and Hoxton offer locally

Lovers of food and culture will be happy here. The Apartment is located a few minutes’ walk from Shoreditch Town Hall (now an arts centre) as well as The Blues Kitchen.

For dining out there’s Mark Hix’s chicken and steak restaurant Tramshed close by and the industrial Pizza East in Shoreditch High Street.

Lovers of cocktails are also spoilt. Two of the world’s best bars are within walking distance, namely Callooh Callay (on the same block) and excellent speakeasy Nightjar near Old Street.

Frankly this is the tip of the iceberg. This apartment is located in one of London’s most exciting areas for going out and residents are spoilt for choice.

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What’s the transport situation?

Then there’s getting home. In addition to being well served by local amenities the apartment’s location is great for transport.

Old Street station is a short walk for the Northern line as well as mainline services north to Hertford.

It’s also walking distance to Shoreditch High Street station for the London Overground.

For those who like a taxi, the ring road round the Congestion Zone is close enough for Uber journeys to be a breeze.

But why spend money when you could simply walk into the City, up to Dalston, down to Spitalfields or across to Brick Lane?

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Call Metro 148 director Angelou Beswick direct on 020 7613 4600 or email info@metro148.com if you have a similar property to let as we have tenants ready and waiting.

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