This small one-way street is pleasantly tucked away from the busy Upper Street, but close enough that residents have everything they could possibly need right on their doorstep. Moon Street is home to a row of Georgian terraced houses that have retained much of their original features throughout the years. This is one of the few streets in Islington where the majority of dwellings have remained unconverted into flats, most likely due to the high number of owner occupiers that live here.
Parking here is strictly permit only, so there are usually enough spaces for the local residents, having said that parking is only available on one side of the street. The proximity to Angel tube station is a big draw, a 3 minute stroll down Upper Street will get you to the London Underground station which operates along the Northern Line. If access to the Victoria Line or the London Overground are needed, fear not as a 10 minute stroll in the opposite direction will bring you to Highbury & Islington station.
As for the local area, this part of Islington arguably rivals anywhere outside of the West End for what it has to offer. If you fancy an evening of fine dining and a glass of Chianti, look no further than Upper Street, or as the locals call it, Supper Street. Here you will find no lack of choice when it comes to places to eat, or places to drink – whether that be a cold beverage with your friends at the weekend or a smooth cappuccino at one of the boutique cafes.
The development of the old Edwardian Post Office behind Moon Street will no doubt add further value and variety to the area, with hundreds of new apartments and retail units set to be complete by 2017. This area is a fantastic place to live, whether you’re a family, young professionals or even students, there is something for every taste.
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