Hambridge House is a striking, modern development above two floors of teaching space, set centrally within the thriving area of Southwark in South-East London. Eight luxury apartments look out across the borough which features some of London’s most recognisable landmarks. Served by excellent transport links in and out of the city, this location is boosted by some of London’s best restaurants and night spots whilst sitting just a stone’s throw from the River Thames.
The development couldn’t be in a better setting with some of the finest options in dining, pubs, culture and sight-seeing that the city has to offer all within walking distance. The area is well-known for its historic industrial architecture, tourist attractions, food markets, theatres and more. The surrounding areas house thriving communities made-up of a diverse mixture of London professionals.
Southwark is the oldest part of London and the range of architecture in the area reflects this. Buildings from Georgian and Regency periods appear alongside some of the city’s finest examples of Industrial and even modern-day building – a strong, identifiably ‘London’ theme pulsates through aesthetics of the borough.
Today, culture and community combine to make Southwark one of the most thriving, entertaining places to live, work and play in London. The trendy, urban environment is packed with places to go and things to see. From the many theatres to the varied restaurants and food markets, the borough of Southwark has it all.
Some of London’s best pubs can be found spread across the borough with the likes of the Duke of Sussex, The Ship, the Duke of York and The Gladstone Arms all offering the modern, welcoming take on the modern London pub. Elsewhere, there are options aplenty with wine bars (like Tap & Bottle near Flat Iron Square), modern takes on traditional drinking holes (such a Mc & Sons on Union St) and even more vibrant drinks and food markets (such as Mercato Metropolitano near Elephant & Castle).
A real gem in London’s crown, Borough market is seen by many as Britain’s most renowned food market. Fresh produce, quick snacks, craft drinks, restaurants and events are all on offer as are many more options to get the taste buds tingling.
Set in the heart of the London Bridge area, Flat Iron Square proclaims to be ‘London’s liveliest cultural hub’. A haven for foodies, gig-goers and post-work-drinkers alike, the vibrant atmosphere brings people from across the whole city together.
Waterloo plays host to The Old Vic, The New Vic and The Vaults theatres whilst the iconic Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre sits to the north near Southwark Bridge. A range of the nation’s best-known museums are also scattered across the local area, including the Tate Modern & the Imperial War Museum. Of course, there are a number of more quirky pursuits available nearby too, not least the disturbing experience on offer at the London Tombs, based underneath London Bridge.
It’s extremely well connected. Queens Road Peckham Station, only a short walk away, is on the Overground line with regular services into London Bridge (Southern Railway) and through Shoreditch (Overground). The train journey to London Bridge takes just 8 minutes, a short commute for city workers.
Lease on all properties is 996 years.
*DISCLAIMER : Floor plans are intended to give a general indication of the proposed layout only.