Everyday life can start to become boring after a while. Doing the dame things over and over again in the same places can become monotonous and so we start to seek out new things. Fresh opportunities, activities and people to meet are what we search for and these can all be found and obtained by moving to a new home. The London region will have all the stimulation you could need, so you should have a good search to find the right home here, beginning with the E8 area.
E8 is a part of the Eastern postcode district which contains nineteen other smaller postcode divisions, ranging from E1 to E128, as well as E1W and E20. Several Boroughs are covered by these codes including part of the City of London. The smaller code areas were introduced from 1817 as a means to improve the ease of mail delivery, the information that could be displayed on street signs, the accuracy of travel and navigation and more. Two other postcodes exist here; E77 and E98, which are non-geographic and so no not represent actual locations.
Hackney Central, Dalston and London Fields are the areas that utilise the E8 code. They are all within the Borough of Hackney and itís post town address used for postal services is LONDON. E8 is bordered by other E postal arras; E2, E5 and E9, as well as Northern District codes N1 and N16. These places such as Bethnal Green, Clapton, Hackney, Homerton, Islington and Stoke Newington, among others. The price of homes here has stayed stable over the past few years, with homes currently going for between roughly £529,000 to £720,000 for two to five bedrooms and flats starting at around £302,000 for a single bedroom, increasing to the maximum of £446,000 for four bedrooms. The most expensive homes are in Albion Square.
Hackney Central is the evolution of the thriving Tudor Hackney Village, with Henry VIII and his parliament once residing here. It became more built up during the Georgian and Victorian eras. Landmarks here include the Hackney Museum, the Grade I listed St. Augustineís Tower and the Frank Matcham designed Hackney Empire music Hall that has hosted the likes of Charlie Chaplin. The Narrow Way is the main retailer area. Transport is covered by several railways.
Dalstonís main shopping area is in Kingsland High Street but it is also home to the Ridley Road Market that has existed since 1880. A shopping centre nearby contains various boutiques, cafťs and bars. Recent redevelopment has saw the area become more popular and is helped by itís existing leisure facilities. It has become very diverse with large Jewish, Polish Turkish, Vietnamese and Caribbean communities. Most of the housing here is terraced homes from the 18th to 19th centuries. In 2009 in was voted the coolest place to live in Britain by The Guardian.
London Fields is most known for itís park of the same name that features many facilities for different sports and a weekly market. It is made up of mostly new and old housing estates and features the award winning United House apartment building.
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