A dazzling array of cultures and people

Once London’s hippest neighbourhood, Dalston retains its edge but has grow up into a sophisticated place to live, relax and play.

A young, hip crowd are drawn here for diverse day and night life. Intergenerational multiculturalism sits side by side with post-millennial coffee co-working spaces, yakitori restaurants and anything-goes nightlife venues. This home is incredibly located for some of London’s best green space (London Fields and Victoria Park), and has thriving food and music scenes.

Symbolising modern London

Hopping off the overground you’ll spot graffiti clad urban decay, cutting edge new apartment blocks, Victorian villas and the architypal East End squares of terraced houses. Dalston Curve garden is a cute place to spend the weekend and learn some new plant names. Another lush space is Dalston Roof Park where you can pop over for a nice cold bevvy whilst watching the city lights and sunset.

You don’t need to leave this place, however if you did Dalston Junction and Dalston Kingsland are close by meaning the whole of London is covered.

  • Stores: The whole food stores and Ridley Road market are where the locals shop.
  • Pubs: It's a toss up between Farr's School of Dancing and The Scolt Head.
  • Walks: London Fields Lido, Hackney Downs and Regents Canal are close by.
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