Overview of De BeauvoirDe Beauvoir currently has a rating of 4.25 out of 5 from 8 reviews. Situated in Hackney, the highest rated postcode in De Beauvoir is N1 4DB, with a rating of 4.28 from 40 reviews. Locals rated N1 5TE the worst postcode with a score of 4.02 out of 49 reviews. De Beauvoir residents shared useful insights on the area: “N1 spectacular area. Amazingly central and with reachable amenities with great transport links ”.
“N1 spectacular area. Amazingly central and with reachable amenities with great transport links”
“It doesn’t get any better!”
By Favour C
I mainly still use the bus. I just find the Overground crowded and often means I need an interchange
I wish i had tried to buy a place before all the regeneration started.
I'm so close to the Overground which has helped the area a lot in terms of outside money coming in. But to be honest, I mainly still use the bus. I just find the Overground crowded and often means I need an interchange. I just prefer to sit on the one bus into the city which is where i work.
I've seen a lot of development here which is not always a good thing in my view. The area isn't as edgy as it once was and the cost of housing has gone up so much because of it. Buying here for me doesn't look like a possibility. Such a shame as i've grown up in the area.
I live near the Scolt Head on purpose - it's always been one of my favourite pubs in London. Food is excellent, good atmosphere and outside area. For everyday stuff, I head to Dalston where there are loads of shops now. It's not quite as different as it used to be in comparison to other parts of London, but there's still plenty of independent shops and cafes.
N1 spectacular area. Amazingly central and with reachable amenities with great transport links
The regeneration has left minor play grounds for the youth and old blocks removed brought in trendy and upper class people. This has pros and cons as it has created demand for higher property prices and rent. I love the location of where I live and the commuting on the network to anywhere in London is within minutes. Roads are great, wide and green. Oxygen levels and streets being quiet are another aspect of why you’d choose to live here. But the road closures are one of the biggest and baddest gentrification done within the area.
Transport is amazing. Maybe more parking. Cycles to hire are convenient and available but on main roads a bit closer to the city/west end. Moreover, car rentals by the minute/hour too but always engaged.
Buses and trains are essential and literally take you anywhere in London within minutes. The food and takeaway venues are a lot and retail including the banking firms are highly populated. Bins and cleanliness if streets are second to none. The area is a very trendy and luxury end of Hackney and with families and great big old victorian properties. It is not gang related or any sort of violence like some areas within Hackney.
More American diners or trendy diners would be good. More retail shopping centre and certain major banks like Natwest (closed) and fast foods like KFC (closed too)
It doesn’t get any better!
My street is good, no tomuch pet,there's many shops that someone can rush and buy something,the weather is too cold in my street, and there's not young youth activities . Dislike: what I dislike is that my street is very scary and is not a busy place that someone can go out and come back anytime.
From my house to bus stop is 5 to 8 walk,and buses normally come out early, And you can come out at the bus stop and get the bus you want.
There's no traffic in street the bin is always neat,and good social behaviour,I don't really know people who lives in my street but I think is mix up with,students,owner and renter.
The rang of shops in my area is 85% But the only shop that movies is caff shop that is in my Estate.many people buy some breakfast, lunch from them.
Area could definitely should be improved
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it will at most take you a couple mins of walking to find whatever you desire
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