Letting Agents in Waterloo London SE1
When most people think of Waterloo, the first place that comes to mind is the train station, which is one of the most popular stops for commuters throughout London. Although the station is known for being jam-packed with people - especially at the beginning and end of the working day - the area itself has a much calmer feel.
The Waterloo area of London is a fairy arty place, and boasts a number of theatres and other cultural attractions. It has become known for its neighbourhood feel, due to the number of beautiful houses in the area and the public gardens and green spaces. Most of those that live in the area are professionals that work north of the Thames, but want to embrace a more homely neighbourhood in the evenings and at the weekends.
Plenty of culture
Waterloo has plenty to offer you if you're after culture. The Southbank Centre alone has enough to keep you busy for several months with its range of galleries and museums, amongst a wide range of other attractions. The Southbank Centre was opened in 1951 as the venue for the Festival of Britain and since then it has been a constant source of artistic and theatrical shows and activities. Many of the activities on offer are free to take part in, making the Southbank Centre one of the most popular tourist destinations throughout the whole of the UK. The Centre also boasts an impressive array of shops, restaurants and cafes; making it a must see for residents and tourists alike.
As well as the Southbank Centre, theatre lovers can benefit from living in the Waterloo area as it is home to two of London's most famous theatres. The Cut boasts both the Old Vic and the Young Vic, ensuring that those who wish to see a show will have plenty to choose from. Both theatres are housed on the same picturesque street that is also home to many high quality restaurants and bars. If you aren't lucky enough to live in the Waterloo area, The Cut is an easy walk from Waterloo station; making it easily accessible to the rest of the City.
When the weather is nice and you don't fancy sitting in a theatre, Lower Marsh has a great range of shops. Rather than the usual mix of high street shops, Lower Marsh offers a boutique shopping experience as well as yet more quality restaurants.
Unsurprisingly Waterloo offers great transportation for residents and visitors alike. As well as the rail station, there are also three Underground stations - Waterloo, Southwark and Lambeth North. The Waterloo area is also serviced by buses, allowing for easy travel. As the area is so popular with young London professionals, transport links to the rest of the city are quick and regular.
You can also travel by boat from Waterloo, via the Thames Clipper. This form or public transport has a number of stops, including Waterloo Pier, London Bridge, Blackfriars and Bankside. It allows you to avoid the traffic of the city and the packed morning Tube carriages.
Waterloo also boasts the remains of the Necropolis Station. This station can be found at 121 Westminster Bridge Road and was used to transport coffins from London to Brookwood Cemetery in Surrey between 1902 and 1941.
Property To Rent in Waterloo SE1
£450 per week
A superbly presented studio apartment with private terrace situated within this exclusive lift serviced riverside development only moments from Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, the Tate Modern, the Millennium Bridge and Borough Market. The property is located within easy walking distance of London Bridge and Blackfriars Tube stations with St. Pauls being situated just across the river.
There are a wide range of bars, restaurants and shops within walking distance of the property which benefits from wooden floors, a fully remote control bed release / storage unit, a fitted kitchen, private terrace and contemporary décor throughout.
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Tenant Fees May Apply
£550 per week
A stunning one bedroom apartment situated within this exclusive lift serviced riverside development only moments from Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, the Tate Modern, the Millennium Bridge and Borough Market. The property is located within easy walking distance of London Bridge and Blackfriars Tube stations with St. Pauls being situated just across the river.
There are a wide range of bars, restaurants and shops within walking distance of the property which benefits from wooden floors, a fully fitted kitchen, fitted wardrobes and contemporary décor throughout.
Available now. Must be Seen.
Tenant Fees May Apply
£350 per week
A bright and sunny one bedroom apartment on the 3rd floor of a well known and popular local authority block moments from Southwark Bridge and the River Thames. The block has a secure entry-phone system to control access to the building and lifts to all floors. The property has been modernised and is decorated in a neutral style. There is double glazing throughout the property.
The reception is open plan and provides a large and bright space with a triple aspect. There is a balcony leading from the lounge area. The fully fitted kitchen has fridge-freezer, washing machine and gas hob with electric oven. There are wooden floors throughout the property except the bedroom area which has carpet. The bedroom is on the interior side of the building facing away from the road and the square itself is set back so the room is quiet. The fully tiled bathroom has a shower above the bath.
Southwark underground station on the Jubilee Line is a very short walk and connects to Stratford and Canary Wharf going east and Green Park and Baker Street going north. Waterloo main line station is under 10 minutes walk with access to all parts of London via train, tube or bus. The City and the West End are both in walking distance of the property. River taxis are available at Bankside Pier.
This location provides some of the best amenities London has to offer on your doorstep. The Southbank has a vast amount of cultural and social activities including the National Theatre, British Film Institute and the many bars and restaurants. Bankside is one of the most improved parts of inner London and is now known as the Artists Quarter and this has been spear-headed by Tate Modern which is a short walk. Local shops and restaurants can be found on famous roads like The Cut or the markets and cafes on Lower Marsh Road.
Furnished and available March 1st 2017.
Tenant Fees May Apply
£323.20 per week
Clarke and Lloyds property consultants are pleased to offer this fantastic 1 bed flat close to Tower bridge and Borough station. The flat has been renovated recently and offers spacious accomodation throughout.
The accomodation includes Spacious bedroom, seperate living room with dinning area, fitted kitchen which is compact and very easy to manage and good size bathroom.
Enviable location with large number of local ammenities available including Shops, supermarkets, bars, restaurants etc. Transport Links include Borough station, Bermondsey station and excellent bus links available for swift acces into central london. Ideal for professionals working around london bridge and bank area.
Tenant Fees May Apply