Delancey Street is a one way street that is mainly comprised of pretty period conversions and maisonettes with a variety of brightly coloured front doors and gorgeous bursts of wisteria. The road connects Camden High Street with its various restaurants, traditional pubs, bars and amenities to the top of Parkway. Its no wonder demand is so high along here and other streets close by. There are a mixture of terraced houses and flats, both purpose built and converted meaning there is a range of different sizes to cater to your needs whether this be having just the one bedroom or five bedrooms. The main bulk of those living along this street are those in their 30’s and 40’s, however there has been an increase in numbers of young professionals moving to the area.
The properties along Delancey Street are traditional looking, and the period buildings are very attractive. There are also a large number of properties that host basements, both in the houses and flats. The houses have access to permit parking, made safe by the street lights that line the street. As well as this, the street is lined with greenery thus making it even more striking.
At one end of Delancey Street is an independent, continental food store and café which is popular amongst the residents. Just a short walk away is the famous Regents Park and its vast green space, as well as the world-famous London Zoo. The road is set directly in between both Camden Town and Mornington Crescent (Northern Line) ensuring access to the rest of London is quick and easy. The great thing about Delancey Street is that you are just a short walk away from one of London’s most culturally rich and vibrant areas, whilst at the same time having the luxury of a quiet road. It really is the best of both worlds.
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