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This property is located in North East London, more exactly in the Bethnal Green neighbourhood . The property features five floors with several rooms which feature different types, from studios to single, bunk, twin and 4-bed dorms. All convey a comfortable feel and bright space, plus one of the rooms has its own fitted kitchen. There are also several bathrooms and common areas such as a living room, a study room and a laundry room. There are also bike storage spots available for you. Keep in mind, staying near transport links will allow to connect to the city centre with ease and to several universities!
- Bethnal Green (Tube station - Central line) - 8 minutes walk away.
- Queen Mary University of London - 22 minutes walk away / 19 minutes away on public transport.
- Hackney Community College - 21 minutes walk away / 14 minutes away on public transport.
- Restaurants and supermarkets - 10 minutes walk away.
- Victoria Park - 7 minutes walk away.
During Queen Victoria’s reign, the East End, including Bethnal Green, was one of London’s poorest areas. This trend remained all through the WWII bombings of the area up until the 1980s, when most of eastern London was subjected to a process of gentrification.
The rise of London’s nearby financial district changed the area massively, with property value shooting through the roof, driving the lower-classes out and bringing in masses of professionals looking to live as near as possible to “The City”. You’ll still see some remnants of council housing, but the area is now mostly upmarket.
One of Bethnal Green’s biggest attractions is Victoria Park, which is not only one of London’s largest parks, but also hosts several festivals during the Summer. There is also the added bonus that Bethnal Green is very close to areas such as Old Street and Shoreditch, known for their busy lifestyles and never-ending nightlife.
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