A great area for young professionals, keen to connect quickly to anywhere in London.
- Excellent connections
- Local shops
- River Thames
Average monthly rent
Southwark is urban-living at its best. Located South of the Thames river, it boasts restaurants, bars, hotels, museums, theatres, and Thames path walks.
After a massive regeneration in the early 2000s, it has become a magnet for City professionals who can simply cross Blackfriars Bridge and find themselves at work in no time.
The property offer is very diverse, due to the history of the area: some streets are still line with Victorian properties, whilst other parts of Southwark boast luxury high-rise towers.
There aren’t many sizeable green spaces around, the nearest one would be the Imperial War Museum park, located a few minutes away.
Transport-wise, this is heaven, between the dozens of bus routes, Waterloo station with all the south-western train lines, and its 4 underground lines. Southwark, with the Jubilee line, is a more quiet alternative, if you are intending to use the Jubilee line.
What you will find in Southwark:
- All shops on The Cut and Lower Marsh, and around the station
- Daily market on Lower Marsh
- Southbank offers nice walks alongside the River Thames, with restaurants, bars and art centres such as the Royal Festival Hall
- A lively area: theatres (the Old and the Young Vic) and restaurants, pubs on The Cut, cafes and restaurants on Lower Marsh
- Very well connected via public transport: Jubilee, Bakerloo et Northern Line
- Easy access to Borough market
- Easy access to Westminster via the River Thames