Expansive warehouse conversions, Georgian terraced houses and purpose-built post war apartments all converge on this characterful road. Property types and finishes that cater to almost every need can be found here, whether it be minimalist charm or a warmly renovated period apartment.
Shepherdess Walk is perfectly located for those commuting to the city, with both Angel and Old Street northern line stations being only a few minutes’ walk away past the historical mosaics that adorn this street. King’s Cross St Pancras, and its links to all over London and Europe, are just a short stroll away along Regent’s Canal. Plus, with City Road around the corner, a multitude of buses (or even Uber drivers) are at your fingertips. Bus services from City Road run all over London with main links to Waterloo, London Bridge, Moorgate and Homerton and St Bart’s Hospitals. While some of the developments do have underground parking facilities, residents can apply for on-street parking.
Shepherdess Walk is becoming one the region’s most sought-after areas, mainly due to the abundance of desirable warehouse conversions that are available. The popular The Eagle gastropub can also be found here, which many may recognise from the nursery rhyme “pop goes the weasel”.19th century built Wenlock Arms ale house is also found just around the corner for those who need a little more of a beer selection. It isn’t all pubs around here though; Regent’s Canal and the quaint Wenlock Basin make perfect backdrops for summer evening strolls and picnics. Being centrally located amongst Hoxton, Shoreditch and Angel, there is a plethora of restaurants and shopping facilities to choose from.
While a lot of the residents in the immediate area are young professionals drawn by the buzz and popular nightlife of nearby Shoreditch and Hoxton as well as the fantastic commute links into the city, Shepherdess Walk still holds on to a good batch of older professionals and families who stay for the idyllic canal side location and central location.
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