Copenhagen Street is located moments from Angel station and London King’s Cross. Here you will find a mixture of period houses and conversions, many having kept their old charm, and purpose-built developments. The green spaces and leafy green trees that line the street add to the general feel of the road.
There is parking for both residents and short-term visitors along the street. Those living in the area can apply to the council for a permit, whilst those stopping by for a coffee with friends or heading into the local convenience store can use the pay and display option which allows parking for up to 2 hours between 8:30am and 6:30pm. Angel Tube station is a short 5-10 minute walk away, depending on which end of the street you are heading from, and the same can be said for London King’s Cross / St Pancras International Station.
The residents around the area are an intelligent bunch according to the national census, with 75% of adults having an honours degree or similar. They’re also a social bunch, and there is a vibrant social scene in the area, with Upper Street just a short walk away. Copenhagen Street is also close to green spaces such as Barnard Park, and you will often see a local runner whizzing by. Regent’s Canal also provides lazy afternoon strolls for those feeling less inclined to work up a sweat.
The road is moments from several supermarkets, and Islington’s main high street is a mere 5 minute stroll. Here you will find unique bars, quaint little cafes and independent retail shops alongside popular high street chains and outdoor markets. With more and more people needing convenience in their location for transport whilst still being close to amenities and a great social vibe, Copenhagen Street continues to grow in popularity for buyers and tenants alike.
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