There is a diverse range of architectural design along New North Road, from classic period conversions, which retain their original external features and historic charm, to modern newly constructed buildings and purpose built developments. Along this road you will discover traditional bay windows and imposing colourful front entrances of period conversions, alongside the stylish contemporary design of more modern structures.
The location is extremely convenient, providing easy access to several train and Tube stations, with National Rail and London Overground links from Essex Road, Hoxton and Old Street. Angel and Highbury & Islington stations also offer London Underground Tube services on both the Northern and Victoria lines, respectively. Residents parking permits can be obtained from the local council, and there are various pay and display machines along the road. A myriad of bus routes run through New North Road with various stops along the way, meaning London Bridge and the City are easily reached by route 271 in the northern region and 76, 141 and 271 in the south.
Set between two of the liveliest parts of London, with Islington’s main high street to the west and Shoreditch just to the east, this is a very popular area for sharers whether they be students or young professionals. The green spaces of Shoreditch Park give runners the opportunity to stretch their legs away from the traffic, while Regents Canal provides opportunity for relaxing afternoon strolls. There are a number of well-established schools tucked away in the surrounding streets, making the area just as popular for families.
Local shops in the surrounding De Beauvoir area are moments away, as are the vast amount of bars, restaurants and shops along the ever-popular Upper Street.
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