E14 Area Guides
At Proper Local, we only deal with areas we truly know. We are an independent estate and letting agent specialising in E14 properties. Whether you are interested in Canary Wharf, Limehouse, Blackwall or another E14 area, we can provide the right level of service and expertise for you.
We love the E14 neighbourhood. Having lived in the area over twenty years, we understand the quirks and charms of each district; from the warehouse conversions of Limehouse to the gleaming towers of Canary Wharf. This is not always the case with larger multi-branch agencies, who shift staff around regularly.
To get a better idea of what each of our neighbourhoods has to offer, look at our E14 area guides. The E14 district is full of variety, with each neighbourhood having its own character and features. Whether you’re looking for period charm or a city pad close to amenities, there’s something for everyone. Browse our E14 Area Guides below.
E14 Area Guides
Located in London’s E14 district, Blackwall is one of the capital’s oldest and interesting districts. Once part of London’s booming shipping trade, the area has been transformed in recent years to become a trendy and attractive neighbourhood. The area is best known for the famous ‘Blackwall Tunnel’, a pair of road tunnels underneath the River Thames. However there’s much more to this area than simply road transport. To find out more about living in Blackwall, check out our Blackwall Area Guide – part of our E14 Area Guides series.
Limehouse is one of the most desirable areas of East London. Like nearby Docklands, this area was transformed from an industrial port in the late 20th century, becoming an attractive riverside neighbourhood. With elegant homes with river views and great amenities, the area is loved for its unique character. To find out more on what living in Limehouse has to offer, check out our Limehouse Area Guide.
One of London’s most historic neighbourhoods, Poplar is a dynamic area located near the banks of the River Thames. Famous as the location of TV hit Call the Midwife, the E14 neighbourhood sits just two miles from Canary Wharf. Living in Poplar offers the best of both worlds, with easy access to central London and a strong local community. To find out more on what Poplar is like as a place to live, read our Poplar area guide below.
Sitting within its own peninsula, the Isle of Dogs is one of London’s most historic and desirable neighbourhoods. Like much of the Docklands area, the Isle of Dogs was a chief shipping port until the 1970s. Regeneration in the 1990s transformed the area from an industrial wasteland into a desirable neighbourhood with a thriving financial district.
Canary Wharf is one of London’s most exciting neighbourhoods. Famous for its glass towers, transport links and lucrative job market, the area offers something for everyone. Located in Zone 2, Canary Wharf provides easy access into central London, while retaining its own unique history and character. To find out more on what Canary Wharf is like as a place to live, read our Canary Wharf area guide below.
Since its regeneration in the 1980s, Docklands has become one of London’s most desirable areas to both live and work. Solid transport links, good amenities, Thameside views and a sense of history all add up to make the Docklands a fantastic place to live. To find out more about the Docklands and what the neighbourhood has to offer, read our Docklands area guide below.