Bow lies at the centre of what developers have called the “Golden Triangle” of the City, Canary Wharf and Stratford. It’s a young, lively, multicultural area that has recently been transformed by a wealth of exciting new developments.
Properties in Bow for sale or rent include Victorian houses and converted industrial buildings in conservation areas, as well as new build apartment blocks in stunning, waterside locations that offer great London property investment opportunities.
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These new developments in Bow house hipsters, young professionals and students; you’ll also find a truly multicultural community living here. This is a popular area for tenants, who appreciate being close to the City without paying central London rents. There are several primary schools here rated ‘Good’ or ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted, and one local secondary is rated ‘Outstanding’.
Places to go in Bow, or just outside this area, include the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, the Ragged School Museum and art gallery The Nunnery.
You can travel to central London from Bow Road and Bromley-by-Bow stations, via the Hammersmith & City and District Lines. Add in the Central Line if you are travelling from nearby Mile End. Other Bow travel links include local bus services and the DLR: hop on the DLR at Bow Church Station to reach Bank in just 15 minutes.