Whitechapel is an area with a colourful mix of beautiful Georgian houses, trendy warehouse conversions and modern new-build developments. This location provides a great alternative to Shoreditch & Clerkenwell at a more affordable price.
Whitechapel offers close proximity to the City, and is walking distance to the ever-popular entertainment and dining experiences offered on Brick Lane. This area is well-known for street food and street art, and is a haven for foodies and art-lovers alike. If retail therapy is your thing, Old Spitalfields Market offers a great place to shop for some really unique pieces from local artisans.
The nearest tube station is on the District and Hammersmith & City Line, in addition to the Overground station which runs to Canada Water, where you can change to get the DLR to Canary Wharf.
Whitechapel is a trendy, multicultural district with a rich history that includes tales of Jack the Ripper & The Kray Twins. The Whitechapel Gallery - opened to the public in 1901 - has been called one of London's most important cultural institutions.