Scape East, Mile End

Scape East is a student accommodation which offers students a place to live and work. It is located in trendy East London, near Queen Mary University. With an onsite gym, a games room, communal lounges, kitchens & TV room, this residence has everything to suit your personal and studious needs.
  • Gym
  • Bar & restaurant
  • Games room
  • TV communal space
  • On-site café



  • Property
  • Transport

  • Transport
  • Local Area

  • Local Area


  • Description

    Individual studios are fully furnished with a private bathroom & kitchenette. Equipped with a single bed, storages & wardrobe.

  • Features

    Plenty of communal areas such as reception, a lobby, a games room, lounge space, a gym centre, communal kitchens & TV room. 2 on-site canteens for foodies.

  • Services

    Unlimited free wifi available, bedding, linen and weekly cleaning provided. Laundry service. Kitchen pack is also provided.

  • Arrival & Departures

    Arrival & departures based on weekend, possibility of weekday check-ins. Please present your ID and confirmation letter.

  • Minimum Stay



  • Links

    Situated in Zone 2, this student residence is a 4-minute walk to the Mile End underground station. You can reach the centre of London in less than 20 minutes. St Paul's Cathedral is 3.71 miles (6km), Oxford Street is 6.4 miles (10.2km) and Tower of London - 3.4 miles (5.5km).

  • directions_subway

    my_location Mile End: Central, District and Hammersmith & City Line
    my_location Hackney Central: Overground

  • Bus Routes

    my_location25, 205, 277, 323, 339, 425, D6, D7

Local Area

  • Shopping

    Visit London's biggest shopping centre, Westfield, Stratford. With a variety of shops, stalls, food, desserts, gifts and more. Explore The Hackney Empire Theatre, which was built in 1901, and enjoy the wonderful performances with a bar and café on-site for you to have a spectacular night with your friends.

  • Landmarks

    Visit Sutton House, Hackney's oldest residential building, which was built in 1535 for Henry VIII's first secretary of state. Beautifully restored with an authentic design, and a real Tudor kitchenette, an Edwardian chapel, a medieval cellar... and London's oldest loo – a sixteenth-century garderobe and more.

The Local Area

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