Where do you work, Homyze?
Housing Stock: 21,973
Average Property Price: £551,185
Average Rental: £577 per week
Average Airbnb Rate: £92 per night
Tube Stations: Bethnal Green
Best for: Revisiting fond memories at the V&A Museum of Childhood and enjoying a coffee in one of Bethnal Green’s trendy cafes.
Typical Bethnal Green jobs
At home in Bethnal Green
Much like a number of east London neighbourhoods, this once working class suburb is now a trendy haunt of London’s young and creative. Though that’s not to say that Bethnal Green has lost its soul, it’s still very much a community led neighbourhood, and with the arrival of the V&A Museum of Childhood and Town Hall Hotel, is also attracting its fair share of tourists.
Desirable Property Types
Bethnal Green offers up a nice mix of period properties that includes Victorian mansion blocks and Georgian houses that stand alongside modern apartment blocks and warehouse conversions. The area boasts plenty of great streets but the properties of The Old Bethnal Green Road and Globe Road conservation areas are some of the neighbourhood’s most sought-after.
Being home to such a mix of residents, it’s not unusual to find traditional shops standing alongside hip cafes and boutique hotels, while the weekly Columbia Road Flower Market draws in plenty of locals and tourists alike.
Travel in east London neighbourhoods is very rarely a problem, and Bethnal Green is no different. Bethnal Green and Cambridge Heath stations can both be found on the Underground, while the area also has numerous buses passing through on their way into central London.
Bethnal Green is commonly a destination for those priced out of nearby Shoreditch, yet still after an easy commute to central London, with young professionals, creatives and families all calling this part of east London home. However, many don’t stay within Bethnal Green for long as families often move out the area as they climb up the property ladder or search for an area where there money can go further.
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The Homyze Story
Whilst working on projects across London, Adam and Andrew were constantly asked by friends to refer a good plumber or carpenter. As property obsessives, Adam and Andrew were only too happy to help. They know what it is like to get your dream home. Or how annoying it can be if something is just not quite right.
When following up to make sure that they were happy with the work that had been done, Adam and Andrew realised that this was what the home services and construction industries were sorely lacking: quality customer service.
Quality tradespeople and excellent customer service were introduced and they got on fabulously. One thing led to another, and Homyze was born. We're really proud of what Homyze has done so far... she's growing up so fast but this is just the beginning. We know we will change the way in which people think about getting help with their home.