Getting to our office

To reach the estate and letting agents Limehouse office by train.

Take the overground C2C train or Docklands Light Railway to Limehouse station and, with Commercial Road and the station behind you and the entrance to the Rotherhithe Tunnel in front of you on your right, walk down Branch Road which is in front of you, passing Limehouse Marina on your left until you reach Horseferry Road. Turn right onto Horseferry Road and follow it round in a curve until it turns into Spert Street and then meets Narrow Street. The office is on the corner of Spert Street and Narrow Street at number 29.

To reach the estate and letting agents Limehouse office by bus.

Bus routes 15, 115, 135, D3, N15, N550 and N551 (night buses).

To reach the Limehouse office by bus travelling from the direction of Canary Wharf, the closest bus stop is on Commercial Road just after Limehouse DLR station. Go underneath the main part of the station and, with Commercial Road and the station behind you and the entrance to the Rotherhithe Tunnel in front of you on your right, walk down Branch Road which is in front of you, passing Limehouse Marina on your left until you reach Horseferry Road. Turn right onto Horseferry Road and follow it round in a curve until it turns into Spert Street and then meets Narrow Street. The office is on the corner of Spert Street and Narrow Street at number 29.

To reach the estate and letting agents Limehouse office by Thames Clipper.

Disembark at the Canary Wharf pier and with the river behind you, walk left along the Thames Path until you reach a footbridge. Cross the footbridge which leads onto Narrow Street. Turn left and walk up Narrow Street with the park on your right hand side. Continue walking along Narrow Street for about 5 minutes until you reach the Franklyn James office at number 29 on your right hand side.

29 Narrow Street London E14 8DP

020 7791 1777

Opening Hours

Monday - Thursday - 9am - 6.30pm
Friday - 9am - 6pm
Saturday - 10am - 4pm

Properties listed with our Limehouse office

What our clients say

“I had a nice experience renting a house with George. Since the first moment of viewing to signing the contract, he made it so easy. I can truly recommend him as an estate agent if you want to rent the property quickly.”

Adam Demkow

“Super responsive, very friendly, ultra accommodating, coming in on weekends for multiple viewings and measuring of walls in order to buy furniture. Always on top of it all!”

Rami Jawhar

“Mark has been an excellent agent especially with regards to transitioning from sales to rental. His communication has been prompt, very reachable and always follows through to a good end. I would highly recommend and will continue with his services.”

Kev Taing

Areas covered by our Limehouse Office

Hackney

Formerly a district with very few positive associations, other than the Hackney carriage, this now-desirable area of East London is fizzing with coolness and all things ‘hipster’.

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Property for sale Limehouse

At Franklyn James we believe in no half measures, we are transparent in how we do business, committed to achieving your goals, and we take pride in every element of our work. If you’re thinking of selling, letting, or using property management across the Limehouse area, let us be frank, you need Franklyn James.

The history of Limehouse is rich, varied and significant in many ways. The name ‘Limehouse’ finds its origins in the fourteenth century lime kilns built in the area which produced quick lime for building mortar.

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Limehouse

The history of Limehouse is rich, varied and significant in many ways. The name ‘Limehouse’ finds its origins in the fourteenth century lime kilns built in the area which produced quick lime for building mortar.

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Poplar

Until recently, Poplar was like Bow’s rather dull uncle; always on hand, but never likely to be the life and soul of the party. All that is changing though, and Poplar is enjoying something of a makeover, which should put the spring back into the step of this previously underrated area.

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Property for sale Wapping

At Franklyn James we believe in no half measures. We are transparent in how we do business, committed to achieving your goals, and we take pride in every element of our work. If you’re thinking of selling, letting, or using property management in the Wapping area, let us be frank, you need Franklyn James.

For a taste of Victorian London without the choking smog, Wapping is Sherlock Holmes meets Harry Potter, with a bit of Blackbeard’s Ghost thrown in. Alleyways, courtyards, arches and cobbles lend the area an exciting, spooky, ever-so-slightly magical feel.

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Rotherhithe

Opened in 1908 the Rotherhithe Tunnel is narrow and characterised by sharp bends. Once you’ve squeezed through the tunnel, riverside Rotherhithe houses some fantastic old pubs and converted warehouses. And the reason for the tunnel’s sharp bends? To prevent horses from bolting towards the daylight.

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Plaistow

Close enough to Stratford to benefit from the 2012 Olympics legacy and served by two major Tube lines, Plaistow is starting to show real potential, so watch this space…

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Bethnal Green

Offering a really good selection of independent shops, cafes, pubs, bars, restaurants and street markets, Bethnal Green has a lot in common with Greenwich; it’s just not nearly as posh.

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