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The Cloisters, 145 Commercial Street, London, E1

1 bedroom flat/apartment in 145 Commercial Street

£560 per week (£2,427 per month) Fees may apply

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  • One bedrom apartment  |  Excellent city fringe location  |  Close to Shoreditch High St Station  |  Close to Liverpool St Station  |  Furnished  |  EPC C

With a considerable amount of attention having been paid to the aesthetic detail of this exquisite apartment, it is perfect for those looking to reside in a highly regarded block on the edge of Spitalfields Market and the City of London.
This excellent one bedroom apartment benefits from ingenious use of space such as hidden storage in the hallway and the added mezzanine floor. LED mood lighting plus high-specification fixtures and fittings increase the already abundant character and charm.
The apartment has a fully fitted open-plan kitchen, contemporary shower room, spacious living area and double height windows and ceiling.
Great transport links are also easy accessible with Shoreditch High Street Overground Station just 100m away, Aldgate East and Liverpool Street Stations 400m away.
The Cloisters is surrounded by a plethora of amenities including The Hawksmoor, Belstaff, Truman Brewery and Nude Coffee to name a few.
The property is offered furnished and is available immediately.

Inside Shoreditch

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In the area

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.

More about the Area

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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With a considerable amount of attention having been paid to the aesthetic detail of this exquisite apartment, it is perfect for those looking to reside in a highly regarded block on the edge of Spitalfields Market and the City of London.
This excellent one bedroom apartment benefits from ingenious use of space such as hidden storage in the hallway and the added mezzanine floor. LED mood lighting plus high-specification fixtures and fittings increase the already abundant character and charm.
The apartment has a fully fitted open-plan kitchen, contemporary shower room, spacious living area and double height windows and ceiling.
Great transport links are also easy accessible with Shoreditch High Street Overground Station just 100m away, Aldgate East and Liverpool Street Stations 400m away.
The Cloisters is surrounded by a plethora of amenities including The Hawksmoor, Belstaff, Truman Brewery and Nude Coffee to name a few.
The property is offered furnished and is available immediately.

Live like a local

  • Shoreditch High Street
  • London Liverpool Street
  • Liverpool Street
  • Aldgate East
  • Aldgate
  • Moorgate

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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