2 bedroom properties
Blackfriars Road, Southwark, Greater London
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Blackfriars Circus consists of 336 homes - studios, one, two and three-bedroom apartments and penthouses. It is a prime Zone 1 location, well connected for easy access around central London.
All homes have a winter garden or private outdoor space and are built around two new public squares with space for proposed shops, including Tesco and cafés. Elephant and Castle forms part of a redevelopment plan due to finish in 2025, the shopping centre once known as "the Piccadilly of south London" will be completely transformed from a blank canvas to include a brand new high street with a variety of shops. Shop to your heart's content at Borough Market, one of the largest and oldest food markets in London. You can pick up anything from rare-breed meats to some of the best Spanish food in town.The famous Southbank is a short walk away, home to festivals, theatres, cinemas, visiting markets, shops and countless restaurants and bars. Closer to home, stroll to foodie heaven at Borough Market for world-renowned shopping, eating and drinking.
Blackfriars Circus is a short walk from some of the most famous theatres. Blackfriars Circus is exceptionally well connected, making commuting around London easy. There are four stations within walking distance – Southwark for the Jubilee line (seven minutes), Elephant & Castle for the Northern and Bakerloo lines (ten minutes) or Blackfriars and Waterloo stations (ten minutes) for multiple Underground and National Rail services out of London.
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