Buying in Bow: fast-changing east London area to get new homes in red brick warehouse-style scheme with roof garden
Three Waters, a scheme of 47 homes in east London, takes its name from its location — the meeting point of Bow Creek, the River Lea and Limehouse Cut.
This fast-changing former industrial area midway between Canary Wharf and Stratford is 30 per cent cheaper than its neighbours.
Peabody and developer Mount Anvil have joined forces on this warehouse-style scheme with red-brick façade, projecting balconies and raised roof garden, plus there is a 24-hour concierge and screening room.
Studios for artisans and craftworkers are part of the project.
Prices from £340,000. Call 020 7776 5755.
Prices from £340,000: homes at Three Waters, Bow