07/06/2019 • Living here
Why East London Commuters Love Bow Creek
Attracting young professionals and families thanks to its connections to the City, Bow Creek is a thriving Zone 2 hotspot. Read more below.
Sitting five miles east of central London, Bow Creek attracts both young professionals and families thanks to its connections to the City. Our Three Waters development sits within one of London’s fastest growing areas, offering waterside living with a metropolitan context.
With over half of the Capital’s population now living east, Bow Creek has become a beacon for City workers, creatives and entrepreneurs, all demanding competitively priced homes with rapid journey times.
Anthea Masey at the Evening Standard said, “there are now two strings to east London’s Bow. The old Bow, full of charming conservation areas with squares and streets of Georgian and Victorian houses, and the new Bow that sits along the River Lea where years of industrial history are being swept away and replaced with thousands of riverside homes”.
Our homes at Three Waters retain the industrial heritage while giving owners cityscapes with head-space – a raised garden, roof terrace and generous private balconies offer views of The City. And, with Bow Creek, the River Lea and the Limehouse Cut surrounding it, you’ll enjoy triple the tranquility of waterside living.
In addition to waterside living, Three Waters also offers the much sought-after Zone 2 living, with Zone 1 journey times. The Tube is a seven-minute walk away and the DLR just moments more. From there you can be in The City or Canary Wharf in fifteen minutes, or if travelling further afield is your thing then you can be at London City Airport in less than twenty by car.
Want to take a closer look at Three Waters? Download the brochure here or call our team on 020 7776 5755. Studios start at £370,000 with one-bedroom flats at £442,000 and two-bedroom flats at £530,000.
Read the full Evening Standard article here: Living in Bow: area guide to homes, schools and transport.