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  • E1 8EB

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E1 Area Guide

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  • Transport
  • Education and Health
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Sights and Attractions

Those considering E1 property for sale will find an area filled with sights and attractions. The Whitechapel Gallery is a prominent local purpose-built art gallery. The V&A Museum of Childhood holds a wonderful collection of toys and games. Local architectural highlights include the Tower of London and the 13th-century St Helen’s Church in Bishopsgate.

Squares and Gardens

Local squares include Petticoat Square in Aldgate and Beaumont Square in Stepney. Many green spaces can be found in the broader local area, including Victoria Park and Mile End Park.

Roads and Streets

Major roads in the E1 area include Whitechapel Road, connecting with Whitechapel High Street and Mile End Road and forming part of the A11 national route. Commercial Road is another key local route, connecting the City of London with Canary Wharf.

Tube and Train stations

Underground services are available at Whitechapel, Shadwell, Stepney Green, Bethnal Green and Aldgate East. Mainline train services are available at Bethnal Green, Limehouse station, Cambridge Heath station, Fenchurch Street station and Liverpool Street station.

Universities and Colleges

Local tertiary institutions include City of London College and Tower Hamlets College. Queen Mary University of London has a campus in the area and the University of East London Docklands Campus is nearby. E1 has a central location as far as students are concerned so investors with E1 apartments to rent will find a readymade market.


Primary schools catering for the E1 area include Smithy Street School, Redlands Primary School and St Mary and St Michael Primary School. Secondary schools in the E1 area include Swanlea School, Mulberry School for Girls and London Islamic School.


Hospitals serving people in and around E1 include the Royal London Hospital, London Bridge Hospital and University College Hospital.


E1 has a huge variety of entertainment options. There is shopping, as well as dining, at Spitalfields Market. Shoreditch has become increasingly affluent but retains a gritty edge that is reflected in its independent shops and character-rich bars. Brick Lane is well known for its market and its famous curry houses.

E1 refers to the postcode for the district of East London that includes parts of Aldgate, Bishopsgate, Shoreditch and Mile End as well as Whitechapel, Spitalfields, Shadwell, Stepney and Portsoken. This area has seen considerable regeneration and E1 estate agents report high demand for properties in this area, ranging from redesigned commercial premises to period houses and former Council stock. Living in E1 provides easy access to the rest of London and offers an opportunity to experience a neighbourhood of real character, combining the old with the new. 

Living in E1

Featured property for sale:

Altitude Point, E1

  • 517 sq ft - 48 sqm
  • 1 Bedroom
  • 21st Floor With Stunning Views


Altitude Point, E1

Featured property to rent:

Canter Way, E1

  • Two Bedrooms
  • Communal Garden
  • 24h Concierge

£825 per week

Canter Way, E1

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About Hurford Salvi Carr

Hurford Salvi Carr has been offering innovative and client-focused property services since 1996 and has acquired a reputation for expertise in the concept of city living, playing a central role in the repopulation of a number of areas of London. We work across the commercial and residential sectors to offer clients a high level of service with the personal touch. Those clients seeking E1 property for sale will appreciate the quality of our advice. We also look after E1 lettings.