Clerkenwell is one of the most diverse parts of London in terms of the types of properties that it contains. The unique history of Clerkenwell and its bohemian character has made it popular with a broad range of homebuyers. It is an area with a lot to offer.
Why Live In Clerkenwell?
Clerkenwell’s history means that it is one of the few places in London where you will find converted warehouses and modern apartment buildings side by side. There is a studio for sale Clerkenwell to suit every conceivable set of tastes and sensibilities.
There are also studios for sale in Clerkenwell that occupy beautiful Victorian and Georgian houses that developers have converted. Whether you choose a studio flat within an old converted townhouse or a completely new build, Clerkenwell has a distinct and varied architectural character that reflects its bohemian history.
Clerkenwell is also due to receive a new Crossrail station soon. Crossrail is now notorious for the delays and overspends that have prevented the project from being completed. Once Crossrail does arrive, property prices are likely to increase. Until then, there are studios for sale near Clerkenwell at a range of price-points. Clerkenwell studios for sale are some of the best investment properties in London right now. The future is looking very bright for Clerkenwell.
What Is There To Do In Clerkenwell?
Clerkenwell and the surrounding area both have plenty for you to do. There are lots of great food hotspots in London, but Exmouth Market is one of the best. You will find every kind of cuisine you could ever want. There is always somewhere you can get great food in Clerkenwell, no matter what time of day it is.
As well as a fantastic food scene, Clerkenwell also benefits from some great performance venues. The Old Red Lion is a renowned venue for fringe acts and independent performers. The nearby Sadler’s Wells Theatre is one of the most popular dance venues in the entire city.
Until the Crossrail station opens in Farringdon, Angel Tube station island Farringdon rail station account for most commuter travel. There aren’t many rail stations in Clerkenwell itself. However, it is only a short walk from Euston Road, where Euston, St Pancras, and King’s Cross are all located.
There are several bus stops along Clerkenwell Road and Roseberry Avenue. If you prefer travelling by bus, you won’t miss the lack of Tube stations in Clerkenwell.
Clerkenwell’s main attraction is the Charles Dickens Museum. Fans of the author should make sure to visit at least once. If you are willing to walk a bit further, you can get to a range of London’s most popular attractions. The British Museum, the British Library, or even St Paul’s Cathedral are all roughly the same distance from the centre of Clerkenwell, albeit in different directions.
Cost Of Living:
Clerkenwell is in south-east Islington and is only a short distance from The City of London. It is a relatively expensive district to live in, but it is far from unreasonable. Clerkenwell provides easy access to the centre of London and The City of London. This access has made it a popular area with commuters.
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