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Curry houses! Vintage shops! The Jack the Ripper tour! Brick Lane – which runs from Swanfield Street to Whitechapel High Street – really does have it all.
It is one of London’s most vibrant and iconic areas, popular with straight-laced financiers and edgy artists alike. Just a short walk from the City, Brick Lane really is the best of both worlds.
As an independent estate and lettings agent, Peach Property has been helping people sell, buy, let and rent residential and commercial property in this creative spot for well over 15 years. And we can help you too.
In that time, we have developed an in-depth knowledge of this part of east London and seen it develop from an area of affordability to one that now draws London’s edgy and artistic crowd, who make the most of its exhibition space. 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 cut and, of course, where to find the best curry on Brick Lane.
While Brick Lane – which runs from Swanfield Street in the northern part of Bethnal Green to Whitechapel High Street – remains at the heart of London’s Bangladeshi-Sylheti community, the area is also popular with financiers, lawyers and other professionals keen to live within walking distance of the City.
Here at Peach Properties we’re passionate about finding the right home or commercial premises for our clients and have a diverse mix of property for sale in Brick Lane, including classic London townhouses, Victorian buildings and modern gated developments.
But Brick Lane’s 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 this area is highly recommended if you’re looking to experience the best that London has to offer.
Our pick of the best
As your local go-to experts, we thought to give you three reasons to live in Brick Lane (apart from its restaurants).
1. The Old Truman Brewery at 91 Brick Lane is now home to a vibrant market where up-and-coming designers set up shop every Sunday and sell a unique range of wares, including handbags, clothes and jewellery. Giving you everything you possibly want, including a range of street-style food from all over the globe, Sunday UpMarket is the perfect place to visit.
2. The ever-changing art that’s splashed across the walls of Brick Lane is one of the area’s biggest attractions. Credible street artists come here to show off their handy work and much of it remains untainted.
3. Brick Lane Market is growing faster than your waistline after a Bengal curry. Oncea trail of bric-a-brac and a smattering of fruit stalls, the now sprawling market has a buzzy new appendage every time you visit, from quirky T-shirts and jewels at the Back Yard, retro furniture at the Tea Rooms and an eclectic jumble of vintage pieces on the main thoroughfare.
Our experienced and knowledgeable team of property professionals is based in a former Victorian men’s public loo 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 fulfil your property dreams.