Homes to Rent in Bow, London (E3)
Mostly residential, the neighbourhood of Bow sits within the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. It's a place where East End tradition meets modern Britain, with a harmonious, diverse and varied community living within. Movebubble has a whole host of rented homes available in Bow, and you’ll find when you move here that most residents stay for the long-term. Bow is a great place to live - with quality homes, good schools and convenient amenities, while still remaining affordable. When you’re looking to 'while away' your weekends, evenings and time away from work, there’s no need to leave E3. Grab a pizza and a drink for lunch at the Bow Bells Pub, throw a frisbee around Victoria Park and browse the bookshelves of The Idea Store.
Flats & Apartments to Rent in Bow
Bow sits in the E3 postcode and is made up of half classic Victorian homes and half new developments with modern flats. The most popular Bow rents are flats and apartments - skilfully converted from larger terraced houses.
Houses To Rent in Bow
The classic cockney Victorian terraced house is found lining many a Bow street. And, dotted about the district are several conservation areas of older houses. Whichever you opt for, these rented homes are the ideal houses to rent for families needing a little extra space in a central suburb. Larger period houses can also be found for rent in Bow, but are a little rarer.
Bow Commute & Transport Links
Renting a flat in Bow means you’re just 4.5 miles east of Charing Cross, so about as close as you can get to the City in an affordable residential area. Bow is connected to the London Underground by both the Bow Road and Mile End stations, and the DLR by the Bow Church and Devons Road stations. Several bus routes (day and night) run through Bow, and its roads connect it well too, to both Aldgate and Stratford directly. What’s more, Bow sits on both city and national cycle networks including the London Cycle Superhighway. Those renting and living in Bow can reach Liverpool Street in just over ten minutes and head south of the river in just under twenty. You’d be hard pressed to find easier connections to the centre!