Get a conveyancing quote for your Hoxton property
If you are buying or selling a property in Hoxton and would like to obtain a quote from a local solicitor for the conveyancing work you can contact one or more of the solicitors listed with a single e-mail. We have listed only independent local solicitors that have considerable experience in their field and that are familiar with Hoxton. We would recommend contacting 2 or 3 from the list. Try clicking through to their websites to see which ones would be most suitable for your purpose.
Advice on choosing a solicitor for your Hoxton Property
We would always recommend using a local solicitor for the conveyancing work on your property. Although large conveyancing specialists may be able to do the job slightly cheaper they will not be as accessible as your local solicitors. Things rarely run smoothly when buying or selling and the delays involved in sending documents through the post can be stressful during the days leading up to an exchange.
With conveyancing firms you will not generally have a single point of contact which again can be very frustrating if problems crop up or there are delays. It is comforting to be able to pick up the phone and speak to your own solicitor when you need reassuring on a particular matter.
For more detailed advice read our article "Guide to choosing a solicitor".Information on Hoxton
Despite being located in the N1 postcode Hoxton comes under the authority of the London Borough of Hackney. Historically a poor area Hoxton is now a mish-mash of period properties, loft conversions and modern flats housing the so called “media types” who have now made Hoxton their home in more recent years.
Hoxton Community Garden is located on the corner of Tyssen Street and Hoxton Street. It provides an attractive public recreational area filled with a variety of plants and flowers and occasionally plays host to special events for the area’s children. The nearest Underground Station is Old Street, located in zone 1 of the Northern Line from where you can travel to Central London in between 10 and 15 minutes.