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Sights and Attractions

The location of E3 places it close to the London 2012 Olympic Park, now the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, home to the London Aquatics Centre and other leisure facilities. Bow Church is on a site where a church has stood for some 700 years and has a notable bell tower. There is a memorial on Bow Road to George Lansbury, the politician and social reformer and former mayor of Poplar.

Squares and Gardens

Local parks include Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park and Mile End Park. Prominent squares in E3 include the well-preserved Georgian space of Tredegar and Hornbeam Square.

Roads and Streets

Local roads and streets in E3 include Mile End Road, once part of an ancient route leading to the east of the country and Bow Road, a prominent thoroughfare. Drivers can join the national road network in Bow using the junction of the A12 East Cross Route and the A11 Mile End Road.

Tube and Train stations

There are underground stations at Bow Road, Bromley-by-Bow and Mile End. There are DLR stations at Bow Church and at Devons Road. Mainline train stations easily accessible from E3 include Bethnal Green and Stratford stations.

Universities and Colleges

Local colleges include the University of East London, and its campus in Stratford, and Queen Mary University of London. There is also student accommodation located in the area and those considering E3 apartments to rent as an investment option might well be able to tap into the student market.


Primary schools in E3 include the Phoenix School, Malmesbury Primary School and Wellington Primary School. Local secondary schools include the Beatrice Tate School, Bow School and Opal College London.


Hospitals serving the E3 area include Mile End Hospital and The London Chest Hospital.


The redevelopment of E3 has seen a number of new venues opening, including the Mile End Park and Arts Pavilion gallery space and the Chisenhale Gallery and Dance Space. The Half Moon Young People’s Theatre has been keeping younger audiences entertained since the 1970s. The Roman Road Market is open on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Nearby Westfield Stratford City is one of the UK’s largest shopping centres and has many restaurants as well as a cinema and casino.

E3 is a part of east London incorporating the district of Bow as well as Bromley-by-Bow, Mile End and Old Ford. Three Mills and London Gas Museum are also in the area. E3 estate agents offer for sale new developments alongside converted properties and period properties. Living in E3 has become an attractive proposition owing to the area’s redevelopment for the 2012 London Olympics. E3 affords easy access to the rest of London, with Charing Cross just 4.6 miles from Bow.

Living in E3

Featured property for sale:

Cubix Apartments, E3

  • Two double bedrooms
  • 656sqft/61m2
  • Top floor (5th)


Cubix Apartments, E3

Featured property to rent:

Manhattan Building, Bow Quarter, E3

  • Loft style one bedroom apartment
  • Fully Furnished
  • Secure development

£300 per week

Manhattan Building, Bow Quarter, E3

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About Hurford Salvi Carr

Hurford Salvi Carr is a leading provider of property services in the London market. Our speciality is urban living, as reflected in our role in the redevelopment of some of London’s neighbourhoods to better cater for the demands of city life. Clients seeking property for sale in E3 receive professional advice and the personal touch that they appreciate. We are also experts in E3 lettings.