If you are looking to buy or sell a property in the up and coming London district of Bow, Felicity J Lord estate agents are here to help.
Felicity J Lord estate agents Bow are part of the UK’s largest independent estate agents. If you’re looking to buy a property, we will help you find your dream home. And if you’re looking to sell, we will help you to get the best price for your property.
Bow is popular with families, singles and students for its great tube, bus, train and DLR links. It’s easy to get to Canary Wharf from here, as well as London City Airport. CrossRail will soon make it easy to get to West London and beyond too. At just five miles from Central London, you can even get on your bike to get to the middle of town.
There’s a beautiful conservation area which makes you feel you are away from the hustle of the city. Roman Road Market is one of London’s oldest markets. Roman Road itself is the district’s main shopping street, with many independent shops and cafes. There’s also a lot of green space in the area, courtesy of Mile End Park and Victoria Park, plus great restaurants, bars and atmospheric East End pubs.
So whether you want to live near a good school, a station or a market, the team at Felicity J Lord Bow will help you find your ideal property.
With a bustling Saturday market, smart new-build apartments and more acres of green space than the residents know what to do with, Bow is one of the most popular areas of the East End. It’s central and well connected too with DLR stops and Central, District, Hammersmith & City tube trains passing through Bromley-by-Bow.
Bow is adjacent to the London 2012 Olympic Park. Bow underwent extensive urban re-generation including the replacement or improvement of council homes, which coincided with the staging of the 2012 Olympic Games.
Bow Felicity J Lord snags award at the 2017 Spicerhaart Annual Conference. Bow Felicity J Lord is in fine spirits after taking home an award at the 2017 Spicerhaart Annual Conference.
The Housing Market in 2021. It’s been an interesting year for the housing market, with impact from the coronavirus pandemic and numerous Government backed solutions to help people onto the property market. If you are wondering how these factors will affect you, what the housing market might look like in the next few years, or if it’s a good time to buy or sell, read our insights on the current housing market and predictions for the future.
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