M&M Estate Agents in Stoke Newington, London, N16
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M&M Property, 97 Newington Green Road
Islington, London N1 4QX
Monday to Friday from 9.00am to 6.00pm
Saturdays from 9.30am to 2.30pm.
Knowing our Area
As independent estate and letting agents in Stoke Newington, M&M Property is the go-to agent for letting and selling homes and flats in the area.
If you are looking to let a house or flat in Stoke Newington, Newington Green, Islington, or Highbury, local estate agent M&M Property can make your search simple, quick and convenient.
Estate and letting agents in Stoke Newington
As Stoke Newington estate agents, we’re the agent of choice for those who need help in the selling, buying, letting or renting of property in N16. We are also lettings specialists, and have helped our clients to manage their properties for many years, building up strong relationships with landlords during that time.
We are one of the leading letting agents in Stoke Newington, offering a quality Service. Our experienced team has an in-depth knowledge of the area, and are always here to help. Whether you are looking for flats for sale or houses for sale in Stoke Newington, we’re the agent to call on.
Stoke Newington Location and Transport
Stoke Newington is located in the north-west of the London Borough of Hackney. For a small district, it benefits from a large amount of green space, making it an appealing place in which to live.
Set inside the Hackney borough, Stoke Newington is mostly defined by its N16 postcode, bordered by Highbury to the west, Upper Clapton to the east, Dalston to the south, and Stamford Hill to the north.
Stoke Newington offers many convenient transport links, so it is the perfect location for young professionals moving around for work. Trains from Stoke Newington and Rectory Road offer a quick route to Liverpool Street. There are plenty of buses, such as the 67, 73, 106, 149, 276, 393 and the 476, which run by Church Street and the High Street. The nearest tube station is Manor House in the north west, where the Piccadilly Line takes commuters into the City and the West End.
Stoke Newington Family Life
A good selection of nurseries, primary schools and secondary schools can be found within the Stoke Newington area, offering plenty of options for families with children of all ages, and providing education to the diverse residents of the area. There are many residential properties which are well-suited for families, including properties with a garden or spacious communal areas. The nearby parks make this area perfect for families.
Stoke Newington Places to Visit
Stoke Newington Church Street
Stoke Newington Church Street runs from Stoke Newington High Street to Green Lanes. It also skirts Clissold Park, a popular recreational area. Church Street celebrates all things ‘local’, and boasts wide range of useful, independent shops. The local residents are supportive of the independent businesses along this street, and as such, Church Street is a popular place for locals and visitors alike. You’ll find an array of cafes, restaurants, pubs, and boutique shops. The entrance to Abney Park Cemetery is also on Church Street, which provides a tranquil place to sit or walk.
Clissold Park first opened in 1889. It is a community park spanning over 50 acres of land. Its facilities include tennis courts, a lake, a café, a deer enclosure, a bowling green, and a children’s playground. It’s the perfect place for sports, recreational activities, relaxation or a picnic. It is located at the western end of Stoke Newington Church Street.
Stoke Newington Farmers’ Market
Established in 2003 by Hackney-based Growing Communities, this weekly farmers’ market is held every Saturday morning in St Paul’s churchyard. This was the first farmers’ market in the UK to offer only organic produce, and to this day, all the produce at the market is organic or biodynamic. The market allows residents and visitors to source produce which is grown locally.
Stoke Newington Literary Festival
This festival was launched in 2010 to celebrate the area’s literary history, and is still running today. A not-for-profit organisation, the organisers also support various literary projects in Hackney. The festival promotes a love of learning through reading, and the team behind the event are ‘vocal supporters of our local libraries’.