Islington square gets Meryl Streep’s vote

Get a piece of film action and live in an historic London square where A-listers have been filming new movie Suffragette, starring Meryl Streep.
Meryl Streep has been leading a rally on Myddelton Square in Islington, fighting for women’s right to vote alongside British actress Carey Mulligan.
The A-listers were in town to film Suffragette, starring Streep as Emmeline Pankhurst and Mulligan as a fictional “foot soldier of the movement” called Maud.
Film location manager Harriet Lawrence said: “Myddelton Square had the right historic look.”
If you’d like a piece of the film action, No 59, pictured above, one of two beautifully restored Georgian gems in the square, is for sale at £4.25 million with joint selling agents Knight Frank and Savills.

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