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This property is located in East London, more exactly in the Stepney neighbourhood. The flat has a total of five bedrooms that have everything you need for your stay, a common bathroom and a kitchen with everything needed for your cooking.
This could be your home away from home!
- Stepney Green (Tube station - Circle, Smith, Hammersmith & City) - 2 minutes walk away.
- Queen Mary University of London - 10 minutes walk away / 5 minutes away on public transport.
- Queen Mary, University of London - Whitechapel - 12 minutes walk away / 10 minutes away on public transport.
- London Metropolitan University - Commercial Road - 22 minutes walk away / 13 minutes away on public transport.
- Restaurants and supermarkets - 10 minutes walk away.
- Stepney Green Park - 8 minutes walk away.
- Genesis Cinema - 2 minutes walk away.
In the medieval times, Stepney was a village just outside London, but with the rapid expansion of London during the 16th century, this area became engulfed by the ever-growing city. However, in the 19th century, Stepney’s population grew exponentially from the influx of immigrants and earned a reputation for being an industrial, poverty-stricken neighbourhood.
All would change after WWII. The bombing of London by the German forces destroyed most of Stepney, so during the 1960s, most of the area was razed to make way for new council estates.
Nowadays, Stepney hasn’t yet gone through the same redevelopment projects as other parts of the East End, so you’ll still see lots of tall towers comprising these council estates. It’s very calm, and you can always make the most of its park, Stepney Green. Nonetheless, the area is quite close to Bethnal Green and Mile End, which have exciting and vibrant environments, full of gritty pubs and bars.
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