Apartments for sale in Shoreditch


Houses for sale in Shoreditch, London

Reasons to choose a house in Shoreditch

Any fashionable young Londoner dreams of moving to Shoreditch. Located in East London, Shoreditch is an historic area which has become a trendy, creative centre in the last decade thanks to the vibrant and diverse community of artists who live and work there. The area is now full of cool bars, innovative restaurants, old pubs, vintage shops, art galleries and food courts. Shoreditch is famous for being one of the most dynamic parts of London for modern and street art, featuring works by Banksy, an English artist and writer considered to beone of the finest exponents of street art and whose real identity remains a secret.

Banksy Girl and Heart Balloon 2002

Ideally located for transport connections to the whole of London via Old Street and Liverpool stations, this is a cosmopolitan area with a thriving and diverse international community. Young professionals have chosen to move to Shoreditch to live in refurbished apartments and enjoy the exciting nightlife.

Houses for sale in Shoreditch, London

Located close to the City, Shoreditch is the perfect part of London for people who work in the financial sector, whilst there are also many design and communications companies and IT start-ups based nearby. Most homes in this area are apartments but there are also some Georgian and Victorian terraced houses. The area benefits from excellent transport links with the Centre Line, Circle Line, Hammersmith & City Line Metropolitan Line, as well as the Overground and many bus routes.

Shoreditch is also famous for Brick Lane with its vintage market, food court, street art all along the road and, as mentioned, works by Banksy. At the top end of Brick Lane you will find the best bagels in London at Beigel Bake. The shop is easy to spot because you will see the line of customers queueing out of the door of the shop at any time of day.

Nearby Spitalfields Market is a mixture of bohemian and gentrified culture and is still a popular destination at weekends, whilst the Columbia Road Flower Market is a traditional place to visit on Sundays to browse and buy plants and flowers. Locals avoid the crowds by getting to the market very early in the morning.

Average prices for the borough and area:

  • Prices can swing by 10%
  • Prices updated at 2022
Monolocale studio flatBilocale
2 bed flat
3 bed flat
4 bed flat
Old Street£300k-450k£450-£700k£700k-1.0m£1.0m-2.5m£2.5m+

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