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As an independent estate and lettings agent in Shoreditch, Peach Properties has been helping vendors, property purchasers, landlords and tenants to sell, buy, let and rent residential and commercial property in Shoreditch and its surrounding areas of Bethnal Green, Brick Lane, Spitalfields, Hoxton, Old Street, Columbia Road, Hackney, the City and Canary Wharf for over 15 years.
And because of our local know-how, we can not only help you turn your property dreams into reality but also share tips on where to find the best coffee, who to go to if you need an extra set of keys cutting and, of course, where to find the best curry on Brick Lane.
Here at Peach Properties we’re passionate about finding the right home or commercial premises for our clients. As a leading Shoreditch estate agent with a range of property for sale, we believe this part of London is one of the best areas of the capital to purchase a property in if you’re looking to experience the best that this great city has to offer. Shoreditch has always attracted artists and musicians (and that great vibe continues), although today it is also popular with financiers, lawyers and other professionals keen to live within walking distance of the City.
When it comes to finding a home in Shoreditch, the area has a diverse mix of classic London townhouses, Victorian buildings and modern gated developments.
But its great transport links – which include five nearby Tube stations and the same number of overground rail stations – and diverse range of galleries, boutiques, independent businesses, bars and restaurants are not the only reason Shoreditch is an increasingly popular choice to set up home.
Our pick of the best
As your local go-to experts, we thought to give three reasons to make the move to Shoreditch.
1. Markets. The markets at Spitalfields, Petticoat Lane and Columbia Road have always been a destination for East Londoners but now pull in visitors from across the capital.
2. Street art. Shoreditch is known as London’s biggest public art gallery. Big pieces of bold, colourful street art pop up on many of the area’s buildings, walls, shutters, doors, railway arches and even meter boxes.
3. The food. From the Bangladeshi restaurants on Brick Lane to bagels at Beigel Bake, Swedish buns at Fabrique and Coleman coffee at Leila’s, Shoreditch offers some of the best eating (and drinking) experiences in London.
Our experienced and knowledgeable team of property professionals is based in a former Victorian men’s public loo in the heart of Shoreditch near lively Brick Lane. So, give us a call, send us an email, or pop into our office for a chat and a cuppa. We’ll be happy to help you.