, London, SE10BQ

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About Borough SE1
In the heart of Southwark, Borough retains enormous character in many of its buildings, streets and shops, and a great mix of cultural opportunities remain. There are famous theatres, you’re never more than a brisk walk away from wonderful pubs dating back to medieval times, and it’s home to Borough Market, the Tate Modern and Europe’s tallest building, The Shard. The added appeal of Borough to those living or working in the area is the proximity to London Bridge and Waterloo. The area has a diverse population, with a large creative community, City workers and long time residents all coexisting, attracted by the wide range of properties available. Borough thrives as a riverside location that mixes tourist attractions and dramatic new architecture, and that can lay claim to being one of the city’s most exciting places to live.

Going out
Culture: The area is home to the best theatre in London outside the West End. Shakespeare’s Globe, the Young Vic and Old Vic all have deservedly excellent reputations, but worth a special mention is the Menier Chocolate Factory for its offbeat productions and restaurant. Film buffs’ favourite BFI Southbank is within walking distance. The Jerwood Space is a gallery and rehearsal space that’s open daily and showcases new artists.

Eating and drinking: If you need a coffee to help you around Borough Market, caffeine junkies sing the praises of Monmouth Coffee, while lunchtime treats might include a chorizo roll from Spanish supplier Brindisa or hand dived scallops and bacon from seafood shack Shellseekers. Popular bars and restaurants cluster around the market, such as Roast Restaurant and The Market Porter, famous for their striking hanging baskets and crowds of punters soaking up the market atmosphere. For a fabulous panoramic view of London, head up The Shard to Hutong, Oblix or Aqua Shard . Flat Iron Square comprises seven railway arches and Grade II listed building Devonshire House, with seven food vendors, three restaurants, four street food trucks, five bars and a live music and entertainment venue. Mercato Metropolitan is a new Italian market that has been designed to look like the huge food halls in Turin and Milan — with a more funky, industrial feel — and is packed with regional Italian foods made by artisan producers on site.

Local amenities
Borough Market blossomed into a destination selling gourmet fast food and fresh produce at the beginning of the noughties, and is now the go to destination for every London foodie and tourist.
Those looking for kitchen staples can make use of the revamped Tesco on Tooley Street or Sainsbury’s on Borough High Street.
Residents with a sweet tooth head to Konditor & Cook on Stoney Street, which specialises in chocolate brownies and cakes. Would be sommeliers love Laithwaites and O.W. Loeb, a wine merchant dedicated to finding great producers of classic wines. For the hard stuff pop into The Whisky Exchange, which specialises in single malt whisky and stocks more than 1,500 different bottles. The experts at Neal’s Yard Dairy in Borough Market sell cheese from around 70 British and Irish cheesemakers.
The biggest cinema screen in Britain is the BFI IMAX at Waterloo.
Geraldine Mary Harmsworth Sports Centre has a range of outdoor facilities, including tennis and basketball courts, and offers lots of activities aimed at children and teenagers.

Green spaces
Southwark is one of London’s greenest boroughs, with 130 parks and open spaces. Southwark Park is the biggest, and includes a range of sporting facilities, a cafe, an art gallery, a boating lake and gardens. The smaller Leathermarket Gardens in Bermondsey are named after the historic markets and tanneries that were once active nearby. The pond and the borders of the Red Cross Garden are designed to be both ornamental and a wildlife habitat.

Borough on the river
Home to the bustling market, Borough offers city dwellers a community lifestyle in the heart of London. If you go further down the cobbled streets, you’ll find an array of restaurants and pubs on the river’s edge, providing weary wanderers with a place to sit and enjoy the view. Alternately, you can visit Potter’s Field Park. Reopened in April 2007 after a major refurbishment, this peaceful haven is nestled on the south bank of the Thames between City Hall and Tower Bridge.

Tube: Borough Tube station is on the Northern line in Zone 1. London Bridge and Elephant & Castle tube stations are nearby and offer access to the Bakerloo line, the Jubilee line and the Waterloo & City line.
Rail: Borough residents benefit from easy access to two of London’s major railway intersections, London Bridge and Waterloo.
Bus: It is possible to travel to almost every corner of London by bus from Borough. The 40 (to Dulwich), 35 (to Clapham or Shoreditch) and C10 (to Victoria) all run regular services throughout the day. Several night buses also pass through Borough.
Cycle: There are Boris bike docking stations on Southwark Street and Park Street.
River: Half hourly river boat services run to Canary Wharf and Greenwich from London Bridge pier.

The area is home to several primary schools including the Cathedral School and Charles Dickens Primary, which works with the Unicorn Theatre and Shakespeare’s Globe. There are many choices at secondary level, both state and independent, including the London Nautical School, which is a specialist sports college, and a variety of faith schools.

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Friars Primary Foundation School
Primary Distance: 0.14m
Charles Dickens Primary School
Primary Distance: 0.17m
The Cathedral School of St Saviour and St Mary Overy
Primary Distance: 0.28m
St Joseph's Catholic Primary School
Primary Distance: 0.33m
St George's Cathedral Catholic Primary School
Primary Distance: 0.38m
St Jude's Church of England Primary School
Primary Distance: 0.41m
Notre Dame Roman Catholic Girls' School
Secondary Distance: 0.42m
London Nautical School
Secondary Distance: 0.47m
Charlotte Sharman Primary School
Primary Distance: 0.48m
Oasis Academy Johanna
Primary Distance: 0.49m
Morley College
College Distance: 0.50m
Oasis Academy South Bank
Secondary Distance: 0.54m
ARK Globe Academy
Secondary Distance: 0.59m
Victory School
Primary Distance: 0.70m
Snowsfields Primary School
Primary Distance: 0.71m
St Saviour's and St Olave's Church of England School
Secondary Distance: 0.74m
St John's Walworth Church of England Primary School
Primary Distance: 0.79m
Walnut Tree Walk Primary School
Primary Distance: 0.79m
Archbishop Sumner Church of England Primary School
Primary Distance: 0.82m
The Marine Society College of the Sea
College Distance: 0.82m
Crampton School
Primary Distance: 0.82m
Grange Primary School
Primary Distance: 0.88m
Townsend Primary School
Primary Distance: 0.90m
Ethelred Nursery School and Children's Centre
Nursery Distance: 0.91m
Southwark, Great Suffolk Street (SE1) (S-bound)
Bus Distance: 0.02m
Southwark, Great Suffolk Street (SE1) (N-bound)
Bus Distance: 0.06m
Southwark, Marshalsea Road (SE1) (Stop BE)
Bus Distance: 0.11m
Southwark, Marshalsea Road (SE1) (Stop BH)
Bus Distance: 0.12m
Newington, Southwark Police Station (Stop P)
Bus Distance: 0.17m
Newington, Borough Road (SE1) (S-bound)
Bus Distance: 0.19m
Newington, Borough Police Station (Stop B)
Bus Distance: 0.19m
The Borough, Borough Station (Stop D)
Bus Distance: 0.20m
The Borough, Borough Station (W-bound)
Bus Distance: 0.21m
The Borough, Borough Station (Stop A)
Bus Distance: 0.21m
The Borough, Borough Underground Station
Tube Distance: 0.23m
Southwark Underground Station
Tube Distance: 0.33m
London Waterloo East Rail Station
Train Distance: 0.48m
Elephant & Castle Underground Station
Tube Distance: 0.48m
Elephant & Castle Rail Station
Train Distance: 0.51m
London Bridge Underground Station
Tube Distance: 0.52m
London Bridge Rail Station
Train Distance: 0.60m
Lambeth North Underground Station
Tube Distance: 0.61m
London Waterloo Rail Station
Train Distance: 0.64m
Waterloo Underground Station
Tube Distance: 0.71m
Blackfriars Underground Station
Tube Distance: 0.74m
London Blackfriars Rail Station
Train Distance: 0.75m
Mansion House Underground Station
Tube Distance: 0.77m
London Cannon Street Rail Station
Train Distance: 0.78m
Cannon Street Underground Station
Tube Distance: 0.79m
Monument Underground Station
Tube Distance: 0.85m
City of London, City Thameslink Rail Station
Train Distance: 0.90m
City of London, London Fenchurch Street Rail Station
Train Distance: 1.11m
London Charing Cross Rail Station
Train Distance: 1.22m




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, SE10BQ

£2,275 PCM (£525 PW)
  • Available date: 07 Jan 2019
  • Apartment
  • 1Receptions
  • 2Bathrooms
  • 2Bedrooms
  • 1Gardens
  • 0Parkings
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