Live like a real local in these stylish North London apartments set between the trendy areas of Highbury and Islington, Dalston and Stoke Newington. You’ll have your pick of places to eat from a world of cuisine and some of North London’s trendiest bars and shops are all within easy reach.
Not only will you appreciate your proximity to these diverse neighbourhoods, inside your apartment you have the space to unwind after a day’s business or exploring, with an open plan living and dining area and a smart kitchen providing everything you need to cook and entertain.
This apartment has a king-size bed in the bedroom, a living/kitchen area and private bathroom.
With two gastro pubs on your doorstep - the Edinburgh Cellars and The Alma, you may not bother cooking in your apartment as both serve food and a great selection of craft beers and fine wines. Head to the popular Belle Epoque Patisserie on Stoke Newington Green for authentic French baking and some of the best croissants outside of Paris! The green common in the centre is Newington Green with a cafè, and there’s more park to enjoy in Stoke Newington - Clissold Park has a large playground, animal enclosure and sports facilities as well as lots of green space to wander around. Stoke Newington Church Street is a laid back mix of independent boutiques, cafès, pubs and restaurants. Try the renowned South Indian food at one of the branches of Rasa, either the veggie or the one serving meat on opposite sides of Church Street. Head down into Dalston for more evening entertainment at the Rio Cinema, or the famous music venue the Vortex Jazz Club, and there is more delicious food to try at the many Turkish restaurants on Stoke Newington High Street. And if you’d like to stock up on fresh organic produce then the weekly Farmer’s Market takes place every Saturday at St Paul’s Church on Stoke Newington High Street. Highbury is only 15 minutes walk away from the apartment and here you’ll find the green space of Highbury Fields, and more sought-after foodie shops at Highbury Barn such as La Fromagerie and Meek and Wild Fishmongers. For a different night out the Hen & Chicken’s Theatre Bar in Highbury has top rate stand up comedians performing every week.
To travel around this area the bus is the easiest and quickest way to get around and probably why this area retains its village-vibe. Buses leave Newington Green for Islington and onward to central London. For overground trains to other locations Canonbury station is five minutes walk away. For the nearest tube Highbury & Islington is 15 minutes walk away on the Victoria line, King’s Cross St Pancras is one stop on from there, and from here you catch the train to Cambridge or Edinburgh.
This property benefits from being outside London's congestion zone.