Estate Agents In Shoreditch & Bow
Butler & Stag are London's traditional estate agents based in Shoreditch & Bow. We specialise in selling and letting properties in Shoreditch, Bow and the surrounding areas. If you are looking for houses, lofts, or apartments in Shoreditch or Bow to rent or buy please Contact Us.
Shoreditch & Bow Estate Agents
Butler & Stag understand that a successful sale relies on mutual trust between Vendor and Agent. Our dedicated, friendly team listen to both sellers and buyers to ensure both parties have a rewarding experience throughout their property sale or search.
Shoreditch & Bow Letting Agents
Butler & Stag are committed to moving reliable tenants into all of our properties. Years of experience, stringent referencing and our professional "leave nothing to chance attitude", ensures that the majority of our Tenants and Landlords renew their contracts. Our innovative, bespoke marketing strategies will ensure that your property reaches the widest possible audience.
If you are considering selling or letting your property in Bethnal Green, Bow, Clapton, Dalston, Hackney, Hoxton, London Fields, Shoreditch, Stepney, Victoria Park, Whitechapel and would like advice please Contact Us.
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Every Saturday morning an eclectic mix of people ranging from the infamous 'Hackney Hipsters' to young families gather along the renowned Broadway market to awaken their culinary senses. I had taken the scenic route and walked down the Regents Canal all the way from Angel as the weather was nothing short of glorious.
We are leading up to a very exciting time in the Butler & Stag office with the opening of our new branch in Bow! Currently situated in the infamous Curtain Road in Shoreditch for just over 3 years now, we have been selling and letting properties in areas across E1W, EC1, EC2, EC3, E1, E2, E3, E5, E8, E9, N1 and N16.
It conjures up an image of stones worn smooth a millennia ago by trundling chariots, but Roman Road was in fact called Drift Street until around a century ago, when a dig uncovered the remains that suggested the old road to Colchester lay nearby taken by Boudicea on her way to burn the Romans in London.. This grabbed the imagination of the era's planners and the road was renamed Roman Road.