Lovely room in trendy Stokey with loads of great bars, cafes and restaurants close-by Dalston, Angel and Church Street. There are two lovely guys in their 30s are living in the flat but you will hardly see them due to their work schedule.
The house is warm and welcoming, making the perfect place to stay when visiting the city.Easy commute to Central London
3 bedroom spacious flat, sharing with 2 lovely guys Dimitri and Martin. Both professionals working monday to friday.
We have a clean, quiet, specious, bright, comfortable flat with double glaze windows, living room, bathroom, kitchen, washing machine, wi-fi, ground floor, balcony, back garden.
Accès des voyageurs
You have access to a shared, good-sized kitchen area with all necessary kitchen equipment including fridge and your own area to store food. You also have shared use of easy-to-use 8kg washing machine, clothes airers, iron and ironing board. The shared space benefits of hardwood floors and neutral décor.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
There are few places in London that offer the zest, charm and charisma of Stoke Newington. Church Street is the area's lively epicentre, with packed-out bars and pubs never too far away. Stokie's shops overflow with indie labels and vintage goods and its restaurants are noteworthy for their diversity as well as their quality. Of course much of N16's success is down to the remarkably strong presence of independent business in the area, making it a truly distinctive part of the capital.
This trendy neighborhood of London is about as close to village life as London gets. Bounded by parks and brimming with bakeries and boutiques, Stoke Newington often feels a world away from the grit and urban glamour of neighbouring London areas. Its distinct community feel is reflected in the array of independent retailers and small businesses – from gourmet grocers, gift shops to second-hand stores and international eateries – that line Church Street, which also hosts London's only weekly organic farmers' market. The Green Flag award-winning Clissold Park is a big draw with a wide range of newly refurbished facilities including play and games areas, paddling pool, aviary and animal enclosures, and a skate park. There's also a popular pool at Clissold Leisure Centre. Yet it is not only for those seeking the quiet life. The area is equally renowned for its vibrant night-time haunts, including an array of late night Turkish eateries, acclaimed pubs, bars, and other music and dancing venues. Its culture of hedonism is complimented by an equally colourful historical and literary heritage. The scenic Abney Park Cemetery contains the graves of the founders of the Salvation Army, and a number of prominent anti-slavery Abolitionists. It was also the location for Amy Winehouse's 'Back To Black' video. Writers such as Daniel Defoe and Edgar Allan Poe spent some of their formative years in the area, influenced by its liberal, counter-cultural ethos, which still exists today. And the area even now has its own annual literary festival. As any Saturday passed in the postcode will reveal, Stoke Newington offers the best of both wholesome and unwholesome London.