Spaciously, and over two floors, this two-bedroom flat in Whitechapel is pleasing in every department and is within striking distance of some of East London’s most-loved locations.

Myrdle Street, Whitechapel, 2 Bed. Flat




For us, this is a very special area of London. Having rented around the corner for several years, it was our first home, and we celebrated all the big milestones here - engagement, marriage, and first child.

Before having children, we made the most of the fun stuff in the neighbourhoods that were walkable to us, particularly Spitalfields and Shoreditch. After our daughter came along, we found the area surprisingly good for children, too, including no less than three city farms a short walk away.

We were very happy for many years in this flat –– we hope you love it as much as we have.


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Along a tree-lined street in Whitechapel is a supremely practical and tasteful two-bedroom flat. Thanks to the layout over two floors, it has the feel of a house, with a generous open-plan living area downstairs.

The kitchen has been well-designed, thinking of everything from cupboard space (which it has in bucketloads) to the central island, where everyone inevitably gravitates. The living space has an easy flow, pulling you toward the courtyard outside, which has ample space for a dining area and is fully decked for maximum lounging and minimal maintenance.

Upstairs, the equally proportioned bedrooms feel roomy and have been decorated in soothing tones. The stylish bathroom steps up the luxe with a freestanding bath and marble-effect tiling. The apartment block, while in keeping with the character of the area, enjoys the perks of modern design –– a 'B' energy rating for one. And the thing you'll never be short of is storage. Oodles of it have been built-in, in bedrooms and under the stairs, so that you can keep things neat as a pin.

Montego Court is a dream spot for anyone who wants to be in the thick of all things East London. You'll never be bored when you are around the corner from iconic destinations such as Brick Lane and Spitalfields, home to a vast selection of culinary and late-night spots. Soak up the street art or pop into The Whitechapel Gallery. And when you want to slow things down, head to a nearby city farm at Stepney City, Spitalfields and Hackney, or the wide green spaces of Victoria Park, London's oldest public park.


Energy Performance Certificate (EPC):
Current Energy Rating B. Potential Energy Rating B.

Council Tax:
The property falls into Band D (£1,675 in 2024/25) in the borough of Tower Hamlets.

Current monthly costs are approx: Electricity £56, Gas £40 and Water £25. These figures naturally change seasonally during the year.

Leasehold with 111 years remaining on the term.

Service charge:
£2,304 annually, paid quarterly.

Ground rent:
£495 annually, paid twice a year.

In the building, there are 12 flats in total.

Recent work:
During their time, the current owners installed a new kitchen and bathroom, as well as recently redecorated throughout.

Getting around:
There’s no shortage of transport options on your doorstep, so take your pick. Nearby, Whitechapel has both the Hammersmith & City and District & Circle lines, as well as the Overground and Elizabeth lines for going further afield. Alternatively, you can pick up the DLR or access the Overground network from Shadwell. And with City Airport only a ten-minute taxi away, you can avoid much of the stress often associated with holidays abroad.

Onward plans:
The owners are selling chain-free.

Anything else:
Victoria Park is just around the corner, so you may come to think of it as an extension of your back garden. Spanning 86 acres, it is the largest park in Tower Hamlets, with a vast array of facilities, from the V&A Playground to a weekly Sunday market.

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Explore East London

1 Whitechapel Gallery

Exhibitions at this wonderful gallery space are often on the more challenging and side, which makes it a fabulous place to experience emerging talent. Still, it’s a stalwart of the contemporary art scene, and for good reason. For more than a century this beautiful gallery has premiered exhibitions from world-class modern masters such as Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko and Frida Kahlo, to contemporaries such as Sophie Calle, Gilbert & George and Mark Wallinger. Always welcoming, there are great talks and gatherings, private views and events. Plus while the bookshop is small, there's always a gem to find and after that you can have a very decent coffee and bite to eat in the café…oh and its free entry – one of the last bastions that is.

2 Wilton's Music Hall

A really wonderful, historic, old music hall dating back to 1859, running a mixed programme of live music and theatre. The building is a stunning mix of atmospheric faded grandeur and charm. After being on the edge of demolition for years, it has now been finally restored and opened up to its full potential, all a labour of love which has finally paid off. Last year the project was awarded Building of the Year 2016. This place is really worth a visit, even just for a drink in the magnificent Mahogany Bar and a delicious pizza from the resident Gatherers menu.

3 Rinkoff Bakery

Whatever tickles your fancy, this iconic bakery has the goods to make you smile. Whether you’re in the mood for challah, sourdough or Danish pastries, you’re covered, And don’t even try leaving before you try their heavenly ‘crodoughs’.

4 Brick Lane

Well-known for being the place to go for a good curry, there are also countless bars and restaurants lining the bustling street which runs from Whitechapel all the way to Shoreditch. There is a weekly market with an eclectic mix of goods for sale, street food vendors, vintage clothing shops and street art. Something for everyone, we think.

5 St John Bread & Wine

It’s good to have a restaurant you can rely on for a comfortable interior, good quality, simple food and delicious wine. This place really has stood the test of time, they are consistent in everything they do, and it really works, whether its breakfast lunch or dinner, its all good, particularly the welsh rarebit, and donuts to die for! It’s also very hard not to come out with a bottle of their house red under your arm.