Aldgate Homes

Aldgate is a highly desirable area for professionals looking to be close to work and live a lavish London lifestyle.

Many properties in the area are converted warehouses, new builds, and purpose-built apartments. While it is mainly professionals here, families are interested in the excellent schools in the area. English Martyrs Roman Catholic Primary School, Sir John Cass’s Foundation CoE Primary School, and Mulberry School for Girls are all close. 

The weekends in Aldgate look very different to the streets lined with suits you see during the week. A more relaxed vibe gives residents space to explore the activities in Aldgate and all central London living has to offer. 

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Eating out in Aldgate

In the heart of the city, you won’t find a supermarket, however, you can get your fresh produce, spices, and curries from Brick Lane Farmers Market. Tesco Express and Sainsbury’s Local will be the place for your essential items.

If amenities and attractions in Aldgate aren’t enough, then you’ll be glad to hear that Aldgate is one of the most well-connected areas in London. With Fenchurch Street and Liverpool Street taking you further afield and the Circle line connecting you to the rest of the city, you will easily find your way around. 

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Entertainment in Aldgate

Apart from amazing nightlife, Angel and Islington also feature a number of well-established theatres and arts venues showcasing the best of British drama, dance, and art.

Find out what’s on at Angel Comedy @ The Bill Murray, Almeida Theatre, and Pleasance Theatre. Emirates Stadium is the home of Arsenal football club, but it also hosts many other sports events and live performances. It may surprise you that open green spaces are not that out of reach in Zone 2. Enjoy a change of scenery at Highbury Fields, Barnard Park, or Regents Canal Walk.

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Local amenities in Aldgate

There are dozens of chain stores and independent shops along Upper Street, Chapel Street, and Camden Passage.

Apart from major supermarkets, residents can also take a trip to Islington Farmers’ Market every Sunday for the freshest produce. The area is well-connected and well-served by public transport, including the Angel and Islington Underground stations and bus services that run through the night. Get to Canary Wharf in half an hour or the City in 15 minutes.

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