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About Stirling Ackroyd - Shoreditch

Stirling Ackroyd Shoreditch mainly list properties in E1, N1 and E2. Over the last 6 months, they've listed 55 properties, with 36 currently on the market. Most of the properties listed have 2 bedrooms. They list properties for sale on Zoopla, Rightmove and OnTheMarket.

Branch Address

40 Great Eastern Street, EC2A 3EP

Opening Times
Monday 9:00am - 6:00pm
Tuesday 9:00am - 6:00pm
Wednesday 9:00am - 6:00pm
Thursday 9:00am - 6:00pm
Friday 9:00am - 6:00pm
Saturday 10:00am - 4:00pm
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Listings by number of bedrooms
  1. 16 1 bedroom/studio properties listed by Stirling Ackroyd - Shoreditch in the last 6 months
  2. 26 2 bedrooms properties listed by Stirling Ackroyd - Shoreditch in the last 6 months
  3. 13 3 bedrooms properties listed by Stirling Ackroyd - Shoreditch in the last 6 months
Number of Listings
  1. In February 2019 the number of properties listed was 69
  2. In March 2019 the number of properties listed was 77
  3. In April 2019 the number of properties listed was 73
  4. In May 2019 the number of properties listed was 71
  5. In June 2019 the number of properties listed was 69
  6. In July 2019 the number of properties listed was 67
  7. In August 2019 the number of properties listed was 61
Listing Market Share
  1. In March 2019, Stirling Ackroyd - Shoreditch had 2.4% market share in EC2 , 2.3% market share in E1 , 3.8% market share in E2 and 1.3% market share in N1
  2. In April 2019, Stirling Ackroyd - Shoreditch had 2% market share in EC2 , 2.6% market share in E1 , 3.4% market share in E2 and 1.3% market share in N1
  3. In May 2019, Stirling Ackroyd - Shoreditch had 2.2% market share in EC2 , 2.2% market share in E1 , 3.3% market share in E2 and 1.4% market share in N1
  4. In June 2019, Stirling Ackroyd - Shoreditch had 2.6% market share in EC2 , 2% market share in E1 , 3.2% market share in E2 and 1.3% market share in N1
  5. In July 2019, Stirling Ackroyd - Shoreditch had 0.9% market share in EC2 , 2.1% market share in E1 , 3% market share in E2 and 1.3% market share in N1
  6. In August 2019, Stirling Ackroyd - Shoreditch had 1% market share in EC2 , 2.3% market share in E1 , 3% market share in E2 and 1.3% market share in N1

Properties listed and sold by Stirling Ackroyd - Shoreditch

Average Value
£689,617
Average Size
2 Beds
Most Active Postcode
E1

Sold Properties

In the last 6 months, Stirling Ackroyd - Shoreditch have listed 55 properties. On average, they achieve 93.8% of the original asking price.

172 Wilmot Street
Asking Price
£475,000
Sold Price
£460,000
Sold on 15th May 2019
35c New North Road
Asking Price
£495,000
Sold Price
£444,000
Sold on 31st January 2019
24 Epworth Street
Asking Price
£1,275,000
Sold Price
£1,300,000
Sold on 21st November 2018
32 Old Market Square
Asking Price
£600,000
Sold Price
£520,000
Sold on 18th December 2018
22 Hoffman Square
Asking Price
£1,500,000
Sold Price
£1,175,000
Sold on 4th February 2019
32a Pitfield Street
Asking Price
£775,000
Sold Price
£740,000
Sold on 10th January 2019

Property listings are matched to data from the Land Registry by our clever algorithm. Clever as it may be, it isn't always right, especially if a property was listed by multiple agents. The asking price is the original listing price, NOT the final listing price. Data produced by Land Registry © Crown copyright 2019.

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Latest Reviews for Stirling Ackroyd - Shoreditch

This agency, and the landlords they protect and represent, are extremely unethical. I was shown a different flat than the one that was available because the agency could not obtain keys. Being an expat, I did not know the risks related to this. Upon moving into the flat, it was apparent it had been completely destroyed by the prior tenant. It took 2 months to surrender the tenancy. The only thing worthwhile thing the agency contributed was finding a new tenant and even that itself was a painful process. The agency tried to charge me fees to re-let the flat even though their lack of professional due diligence is what led to the need to surrender in the first place.

While I still had possession of the flat, the agency allowed contractors to come in and remove the carpet and replace grout in the bathroom without notifying me beforehand. The contractors left behind a mess that the agency tried to charge me to have cleaned.

Further, the check out inventory claimed several of the items that were damaged by the prior tenant, and included in the check in, were my responsibility. I am still battling with them to get my deposit back. I also paid rent for the full month, in accordance with my tenancy agreement, when I only had possession for part of the month. I'm still trying to get the overpaid rent returned to me.

Needless to say, please avoid this agency if you can.

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Mariam R
1st June 2019

It had the worst experience trying to rent a flat though Stirling Ackroyd. I found a flat they advertised, did all the paperwork and payments necessary and was told that I will be moving to this flat at the date I chose. I never received a tenancy agreement and became worried the closer to my moving date. 48 hours before I was supposed to move I went to their office to voice my concerns Nicola Smyth (Nicki) who identified herself as the manager spoke to me and was very inconsiderate and unhelpful. On my moving date, I was notified that I will not be moving to the flat that I already paid for and was not given a reason. I had to find a temporary living solution while I looked for another flat which Stirling Ackroyd was no help at all with. I would just like to add that I passed all the referencing and monetary requirements and have been renting flats for over six years.

Stirling Ackroyd - London

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Leon Kirchhoff
22nd April 2019

Luke Kelly lead us through the process in a dedicated and professional manner and went the extra mile when it came to making sure we find what we are looking for.

Having had mixed experience with London estate agents, I was initially nervous but it turned out to be a positive experience all round. The biggest reason for that is that is always felt as if Luke was on our team and he did a great job developing trust.

Stirling Ackroyd - London

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Andrea ZW
1st April 2019

Kristian was helpful and present throughout the entire process of letting my property. He explained all the fees clearly and there were no surprise-costs at any point! He also made sure to check-in to make sure I was happy with everything. Highly recommend!

Stirling Ackroyd - London

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TaP Records
13th March 2019

Harry Parsons was by far the best agent I worked with in my search to find a property (and we spoke to a lot!). He was helpful and genuine and really took time to gage what it really was that we were looking for. I would 100% recommend. thank you!

Stirling Ackroyd - London

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