This beautifully preserved Georgian square is just a stone’s throw away from Mile End tube station, situated directly north of the Mile End Road. The central gardens consist of well-kept lawns and large trees. The square was completed in 1847, with the south and west sides of Tredegar Square being developed slightly earlier in the 1830s. The conservation area was established in 1971, due to neglect pre-World War II. The surrounding area was terribly damaged by bombs during the war, however today it is one of the most beautiful squares in East London.


But Tredegar Square isn't the only million pound plus street in Bow, East London. Here are the top 5 -

Name of street

Average cost of house

Tredegar Square


Rhondda Grove


Tredegar Terrace


Morgan Street


Aberavon Road