Wenlock Road is perfectly placed in one of the most accessible and exciting locations in London. The delights of the capital are just moments away, and the area truly fulfils all aspirations of work and social lifestyles. Ideally located between Islington's Upper Street, Clerkenwell and Shoreditch, you will find a spectrum of trendy independent boutiques and superb specialist stores here.
Wenlock Road hosts a plethora of new builds, which include Regent apartments which offer contemporary living with bespoke design, The Royle Development, a unique factory conversion with access to the Regent’s canal via the Wenlock Basin, and The Cube which is the UK's tallest laminated timber structure. The Cube recently received "Development of Outstanding Architectural Merit" at the London Evening Standard Property Awards.
Local residents tend to be international students studying at some of London top universities, which are easily reached on foot or by public transport. The area is also popular with young professionals, who work in the rapidly developing Tech City (London’s own “Silicon Valley”), home to many software, design and media start-up companies.
Both Old Street station (National Rail and Northern Line) and Angel Underground Station (Northern Line) are within close proximity. The Northern Line is offered at both stations and gives incredible access into the City centre. With Kings Cross St. Pancras only 4 minutes by tube from Old Street, you could be dining in Paris in just over 2 hours!
If you're ready for some relaxation, the surrounding area has much to offer. Shepherdess Walk Park is located halfway along this road and offers a welcome relief from the frantic activity of the City. It features a children’s play area, a large roman style mosaic and a games area with a Tarmac football court. The Wenlock Arms pub is proudly situated overlooking the park. This public house first opened for business in 1836 as a ‘brewery tap’ for the Wenlock Brewery. This brewery has long been closed, but the pub reopened in 1994 and is now one of London’s renowned cask ale public houses. It has been named North London Pub of the Year by the local Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) four times since the reopening.
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