Bromfield Street is one of Angel’s most central residential streets, and it benefits from being peacefully tucked away from the hustle and bustle of Liverpool Road to the west and Upper Street via Berners Road to the east. With direct access between the two via a bicycle path, there is no extra traffic and it makes a handy shortcut between the two whether on foot or pedal.
Properties along this street are beautiful gated Georgian houses, each boasting twin Juliette balconies located on the first floor - just one of the many things that adds to the charm of living here. Bromfield Street, being so central, benefits from great accessibility to public transport. You can get to King’s Cross St. Pancras International in 10 minutes and Angel station is just a short walk away. With access to 14 different bus routes all within a few minutes’ walk, it’s extremely easy to get just about anywhere in London. Parking along this street is allowed, however if you’re looking for paid parking you will have to get there early as the majority of spaces are purely residential.
Angel Central shopping centre is also just around the corner so if you fancy a spot of shopping on the weekend you are spoilt for choice. French Connection, Accessorise, H&M, Paperchase and Argos are just some of many retail stores located within the centre. Along with these you can find an array of restaurants to pick up a meal and even Vue cinemas where you can watch the latest film releases.
Nearby you can see the Business design Centre which was built in 1862. Originally the Royal Agricultural Hall of London, it is now one of London’s most popular exhibition and conference venues which hosts hundreds of events yearly. Both the Hilton Hotel and Premier Inn lie adjacent to the Business design centre, both of which are ideal places for family and friends who come to visit that won’t fit on the sofa.
At the end of the road is a Large Sainsbury’s which backs onto Waitrose, M&S and chapel Market. The Market is a great place to pick up some fresh produce or flowers and it also hosts various street food stalls which offer a nice alternative for a weekday lunch. With Upper Street just around just about every cuisine is available so choosing somewhere for dinner or drinks is always exciting.
Bromfield is a charming street in a prime location, with the right balance of city living with a quiet residential feel.
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