Why Dalston is a good area to buy a property

Gentrification is a slow process. It takes most areas ten to twenty years to make the transition from down trodden to desirable, and sometimes even longer. Dalston though is an exception to this rule and seems to have somehow fast tracked. In the space of about four or five years, it has become extremely cool and a great hub for arty types who can’t afford Clerkenwell, Shoreditch or Hoxton for home buyers.

Dalston is centred around the high street, specifically Kingsland Road, which runs south to Shoreditch and North to Stoke Newington, and where grubby shops and pubs have given way to trendy bars, cafes, clubs and boutiques. Some of the cash funded from the Olympics has created a new railway station – Dalston Junction – on the East London line, and trains run frequently to West Croydon and Crystal Palace via Canada Water and Surrey Quays.

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