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Eagle Works East, 58 Quaker Street, London, E1

2 bedroom flat/apartment in 58 Quaker Street

£470 per week (£2,037 per month) Fees may apply

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  • Two double bedrooms  |  Modern bathroom with shower  |  Juliet balcony  |  Gated development  |  Top floor  |  Convenient for Liverpool Street Station

Eagle Works is a gated development on Quaker Street which is situated in-between Spitalfield's Market and Brick Lane. You are spoilt for choice with the vast array of trendy bars, cafes, boutique shops and restaurants on your doorstep and its ideally positioned for those that want to be within easy walking distance of the City.

This lovely flat can be found on the top floor (3rd) and comprises; entrance hall with wood effect laminate flooring, storage cupboard, family bathroom, master bedroom, second double bedroom, open plan kitchen/living room with Juliet style balcony. The contemporary kitchen is fully fitted with built in appliances which include; fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher and electric oven.

Excellent transport links are nearby with Shoreditch High Street (Overground) on 100m, Liverpool Street (Metropolitan, Central, Hammersmith & City, Circle lines and National Rail) 500m, Aldgate East (District, Hammersmith & City) and Old Street (Northern Line & National Rail) all within easy walking distance.

Inside Shoreditch

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We think Shoreditch is easily the most interesting, creative and vibrant place to live in London today where slick contemporary developments sit comfortably alongside cool conversions. While the Shoreditch that we know and love may have enjoyed a colourful past, it’s now home to a rich cultural mix with a booming creative and digital industry. Not only that, it’s an easy commute to the City, Canary Wharf and Central London too.

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What's popular in Shoreditch?

  • Dark Sugars

    A chocolate heaven, this little shop here on Brick Lane is filled with mountains of rough and artisan chocolates to tickle the tastebuds

  • Sushi Samba

    Up on the 39th floor of the Heron Building, this extraordinary restaurant may not be cheap but makes for a great night out

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Eagle Works is a gated development on Quaker Street which is situated in-between Spitalfield's Market and Brick Lane. You are spoilt for choice with the vast array of trendy bars, cafes, boutique shops and restaurants on your doorstep and its ideally positioned for those that want to be within easy walking distance of the City.

This lovely flat can be found on the top floor (3rd) and comprises; entrance hall with wood effect laminate flooring, storage cupboard, family bathroom, master bedroom, second double bedroom, open plan kitchen/living room with Juliet style balcony. The contemporary kitchen is fully fitted with built in appliances which include; fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher and electric oven.

Excellent transport links are nearby with Shoreditch High Street (Overground) on 100m, Liverpool Street (Metropolitan, Central, Hammersmith & City, Circle lines and National Rail) 500m, Aldgate East (District, Hammersmith & City) and Old Street (Northern Line & National Rail) all within easy walking distance.

Live like a local

  • Shoreditch High Street
  • Aldgate East
  • London Liverpool Street
  • Liverpool Street
  • Whitechapel
  • Bethnal Green

We think Shoreditch is easily the most interesting, creative and vibrant place to live in London today where slick contemporary developments sit comfortably alongside cool conversions. While the Shoreditch that we know and love may have enjoyed a colourful past, it’s now home to a rich cultural mix with a booming creative and digital industry. Not only that, it’s an easy commute to the City, Canary Wharf and Central London too.

  • Dark Sugars

    A chocolate heaven, this little shop here on Brick Lane is filled with mountains of rough and artisan chocolates to tickle the tastebuds

  • Sushi Samba

    Up on the 39th floor of the Heron Building, this extraordinary restaurant may not be cheap but makes for a great night out

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