Hoxton has long been popular with young British artists and has become a thriving creative area. The district around the green Hoxton Square and Hoxton Street market have become London destination places with a unique vibe that really makes Hoxton what it is - a quirky and fascinating place to live. Hoxton is a great location. Close to the city for commuting. The West End is a tube ride away and on your doorstep is an array of shops, buzzing bars and fashionable restaurants to attract homeowners and investors alike.
Although Hoxton is now a well-established, lively and colourful neighbourhood, its cutting-edge style means that it is constantly evolving to embrace the next new trend, whether it’s a new bar, a pop-up restaurant or boutique shop. What we love about this vibrant London quarter is it still has a foot in its historic East End past and retains the sense of community that makes Hoxton special…
History, culture and great coffee
Time spent in Hoxton will never get dull. Museums, markets, events. Hoxton is a great place to discover something old as well as something new with a huge array of places and venues to explore. Find out how people designed their homes at The Geoffrey Museum or why not visit Hoxton Street Market and pick up some delicious street food. Each May Hoxton is also host to the Festival of Fitness which includes the Hackney Half and Hackney 5k along with a range of exercise sessions.
For a more relaxed approach, The Archivist is known for its great calendar of debates, lectures and exhibitions. And being home to several speciality coffee roasters, a prefect barista coffee is never far away. History and culture also inspired Anthology Hoxton Press’s name as the paper and craft company which stood on the site in the late 19th Century, created distinctive, Victorian-era playing cards and lace papers.
Hoxton does things a little differently and boasts an incredible variety of unique and charming places to eat, play, relax and explore. It’s why so many people can’t resist investing in the area.
Green squares and a waterway
Hoxton is at the heart of the historic and famous East End of London, a vibrant urban hub. Yet nearby, the Regent’s Canal flows, where residents can enjoy scenic cycle routes linking you to charming Islington and Camden Town’s renowned market. Not to mention the pretty canal boats lining the way.
Like so much of London, you may be in the middle of a city but not far away from green open space. The grass and trees of Hoxton Square are nearby and our Hoxton Press development overlooks the views of Shoreditch Park. Residents can also enjoy a walk on Hackney Downs and perhaps the coolest park of all, London Fields which boasts a lido.
Urban green and blue spaces have always held an appeal and help to keep demand for nearby property high. Take advantage of both at Hoxton Press.
Make your commute easy
Hoxton is close to Liverpool Street, London Bridge and Kings Cross so if you don’t work in one of the local tech or media businesses, getting to work is easy. Commuters also have easy access beyond Hoxton and The City with the A10 taking you NE out of London and great transport links for the rest of London. With a choice of walking, cycling, buses, trains and the car Hoxton really is a fantastic location.
Hoxton has long been a popular place to live and invest and that shows no signs of changing. Its fantastic transport links are certainly one of the reasons.
Make your move
Hoxton is a hotspot and a continuing story. A truly thriving area to consider as a place to live and invest.
From a development perspective, the area offers a ready-made, young and buzzing community and has a long-established appeal on the buoyant London property market. Anthology’s Hoxton Press is a great place to base yourself and now is a great time to make that move and become a part of Hoxton’s future.
If you are interested in making the move and investing in the area then Hoxton Press offers a selection of one, two- and three-bedroom homes priced from £650,000. For more information call 020 3308 9813, email firstname.lastname@example.org.