Inhabited by a powerful Asian community, the E2 district is stretched in the perimeter formed by Shoreditch, Haggerston, Cambridge Heath and Bethnal Green districts. What characterizes the area is the affordable rent prices, thus the E2 estate agents warmly recommend the area. Being located in the proximity of Shoreditch and Hoxton, the residential area of E2 is based on 80’s buildings with some Victorian restored houses and New England style blocks interspersed. Living in E2 means transposition in an area where the population mix is combined in a pleasant way with the history and benefits of an area where real estate emphasis is not so high. E2 flats are sun-filled, have balconies or terraces overlooking the squares and green areas, being located in buildings with contemporary architecture. The mix of old and new buildings, vertically and horizontally developments, with a stunning design will increase the E2 property value as now is priced-under-value. Local attractions and sights as museums, art galleries, continuing development of the commercial area will boost the E2 property value.
Sights & Attractions
Living in E2 gives the perspective of seeing a tremendous cultural mixture, well-priced at attractive and captivating places as the Geffrye Museum, Hackney Museum or Maureen Paley, whose Victorian terraced home kept the history traces inside, properly preserved. A perfect family day out must contain a visit at the V & A Museum of Childhood, where stunning and well-preserved exhibits are held; continue with the Hackney City Farm, a place where both adults and children can assist and participate in various specific farm activities and finished with total relaxation in the Haggerton Park. The art galleries are well-priced in the area, thus places as Rivington Place, Vyner Street Gallery, StolenSpace Gallery or Leonard Street Gallery wake up anytime the attention of ancient, contemporary and modern art lovers.
Squares & Gardens
The peaceful area of E2, allow its inhabitants and visitors to enjoy the panoramic sights of Haggerston Park, whose exquisite meadows invites to total relaxation. Full of shrubs and ornamental plants, designed in a one-of-a-kind tree-line, the Gloucester Square it is the place where locals can enjoy the rejuvenation of various flowers. The vegetable area of E2 is enriched with St Mary's Secret Garden, Geffrye Museum Gardens, Oaklands School Roof Gardens and St Peter's Bethnal Green Church Garden are aesthetically pleasing design.
Universities & Colleges
One of the areas with the best representation in higher education, E2's enjoy nearby prestigious educational units at Kingsbridge College, Trans-Atlantic College, College of Central London, School of Computer Technology, Bethnal Green Technology College, College of Business and Computing, TBG Learning and SAE Institute London.
The local children enjoy a special attention at the primary/secondary level schools from the area or nearby as Hague Primary School, Bangabandhu Primary School, St. John's C of E Primary School, Mowlem Primary School, Morpeth Secondary School, Oaklands School or Al-Ashraaf Secondary School.
Some of the best hospitals in London, serving residents living in E2 as The Royal London Hospital, St Clements Hospital, Homerton University Hospital, Children & Young People's Centre and St. Clements Adult Mental Health. The Children & Young People's Centre is one of the best centers for treatment and rehabilitation of little ones.
Being a multicultural area, E2 offers countless ways to spend time across multiple cultures and traditions. Thus, typical restaurants and bars in the zone offer a unique gastronomic journey in their home countries in Shampan, Yard (Al Rollo), Spice, Perennial, Mojo or Laxeiro. The Indian traditional dishes are prominent and, along with the entire Oriental cuisine will delight the taste buds with its mixture of tastes and flavours so delightful.
Being located in the proximity of the Shoreditch, Haggerston, Cambridge Heath and Bethnal Green districts, the E2 area inhabitants benefit from nearby tube, railway and bus stations. The vehicles are modern and comply with all safety rules of travelers.
- Geffrye Museum
- Hackney Museum or Maureen Paley
- V & A Museum of Childhood
- Hackney City Farm
- Haggerston Park
- Rivington Place
- Vyner Street Gallery
- StolenSpace Gallery
- Leonard Street Gallery
- Lawdale Junior School
- Elizabeth Selby Infants' School
- Hague Primary School
- Columbia Primary School
- St John's Church of England Primary School
- Bethnal Green Academy
- Oaklands School
- Raine's Foundation School
- Hackney City Farm
- Darul Hadis Latifiah
- Kingsbridge College
- Trans-Atlantic College
- College of Central London
- School of Computer Technology
- Bethnal Green Technology College
- College of Business and Computing
- TBG Learning and SAE Institute London
- The Royal London Hospital
- St Clements Hospital
- Homerton University Hospital
- Children & Young People's Centre
- St. Clements Adult Mental Health
- Bethnal Green
- Shoreditch High Street
- Stepney Green
- Cambridge Heath station
- Bethnal Green (Rail) station
- London Fields station
- Liverpool Street station
- Old Street station