01/11/2019 • Development update

Three reasons why it’s smart to invest in Bow Creek now

Our Three Waters Regeneration Report takes a closer look at the incredible transformation of Three Waters’ unique waterside setting – Bow Creek, a buzzing, connected new residential destination for London. Read more below.

Three Waters is a collection of over 300 new homes located in Bow Creek, E3. With homes, gardens and a roof terrace designed to make the most of its unique location at the meeting of three London waterways, Three Waters sits amidst an exciting, fast-growing waterside regeneration area.

Bow Creek is a laid-back residential neighbourhood with unrivalled connectivity, a stone’s throw from London’s traditional financial centres and east London’s fast-developing tech and finance hubs. It’s at the heart of the Capital’s regeneration story, benefitting from the massive inward investment that east London has become known for, and it’s being reinvigorated by a new wave of visionaries and front runners.

Regeneration is rippling around the region

It’s a neighbourhood with a bold history, and a very bright future.

Jon Hall, Mount Anvil’s Sales Director, says: “A hub of regeneration and investment, Bow Creek is one to watch as far as East London is concerned. With house price growth predicted to reach 35% between now and 2021 , the area represents real opportunity for owner occupiers keen to make a solid investment. This includes first-time buyers who may be renting, but who are looking to take their first step onto the property ladder with a smart buy.”

Metres to the water, minutes to the city

With its waterways and huge urban parks, Bow Creek feels a world away from central London, but the area enjoys quick, easy connections with the rest of the Capital – Bromley-by-Bow station is just a six-minute walk from Three Waters, offering journey times of around 15 mins to The City and just over 20 minutes to the West End. Devons Road DLR station, just 10 minutes from Three Waters, offers direct links to the O2 and Stratford’s Westfield shopping centre.

But the arrival of Crossrail at nearby Stratford station is about to bring this waterside neighbourhood closer than ever to the rest of the capital, offering City and Docklands professionals even faster commuting times – Canary Wharf will be just eight minutes away.

New neighbours

With a unique outdoors offering, big businesses and cultural attractions moving in, and more investment in the pipeline, Bow Creek is fast becoming a genuine lifestyle destination for the capital’s buyers and investors.