Bromley-by-Bow, east London
Currently Full

Our self-contained flats have spacious double bedrooms and are close to Devons Road DLR station and Bromley-by-Bow underground, providing access to central London on the District and Hammersmith & City lines. Living in Bromley-by-Bow, you’ll get to enjoy riverside walks and atmospheric pubs, as well as London’s first public art walk, The Line, showcasing work from the acclaimed artist, Tracey Emin.

What’s available? Currently full.

The property

Outdoor space: Bromley recreation ground is nearby, and within a 10 minute walk, you can escape the bustle of the city with pleasant walks along the River Lea and over the Blue Bridge. From here you can reach Bow Creek Ecology Park and enjoy views across the water to  The O2, a large entertainment complex. The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is also 20 minutes’ walk away.

Parking/bike storage: You can store your bike inside the property. There is parking available on streets nearby but a permit is needed.

Please note that photos on this page represent the range of spaces we manage and do not necessarily depict the space you may move into. You will have an opportunity to see the flats at a later stage, at a private, or in-person group viewing.

The high street

Within easy reach of the properties, you can access a Tesco Superstore; Sainsbury’s Local; Bromley-by-Bow Health Centre; pharmacy and gym.

Nearby is the cosy and relaxed Galvanisers Union pub with Wednesday quiz nights and The Beehive pub for a great selection of food and beers. Bow Community Centre offers fitness classes including yoga, karate and aerobics; coffee mornings, and training and development sessions. There are also plenty of ways to get involved at the Centre through volunteering, including leading a weekly community group to support one of their many weekly events.

Arts and leisure

Take a 10 minute walk to Bow high street to explore the Nunnery Gallery, a cafe and free arts venue working to champion emerging local artists. Occupying a former 19th century convent, you can discover gothic arches and original tiled floors as you take in the artwork reflecting the history and heritage of the local area.

A 15 minute walk past the River Lea towards the Thames will bring you to Three Mills Island. Explore the world’s largest surviving tidal mill with a guided tour on Sundays followed by a relaxing afternoon enjoying Three Mills Green with a coffee and sweet treat from the cafe.

Three Mills Green is also host to The Line, London’s first public art walk. Tracing the Greenwich Meridian from The O2 to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, you can discover incredible artwork from the likes of Thomas J Price, Madge Gill and Tracey Emin’s ‘A Moment Without You’ – her only public sculpture in London.

How to apply

If you want to be the first to find out more about our great property and attend a viewing, complete our online application form.

Find out more about the process of applying to become a property guardian and our eligibility criteria.