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Stirling Ackroyd Estate and Letting Agents London Bridge
At Stirling Ackroyd Estate Agents London Bridge, the city is in our DNA. With over 25 years’ experience in the Central and East London property markets, we are your local property experts. We understand the way that the London Bridge property market operates and this, coupled with our expert qualified staff, makes us uniquely suited to help people buy, sell, rent or let property in London Bridge.
Stirling Ackroyd Estate Agents London Bridge assists people buying, selling, renting or letting property in: SE1, and cover property in Bankside, Borough, Bermondsey, Waterloo, Elephant and Castle, Tower Bridge, Shad Thames, and Southwark.
Looking to sell or let your property in London Bridge?
Our London property experts have experience selling and letting a variety of different property types, whether it’s your penthouse apartment or flat, mansion, detached or semi-detached house, we can advise you on how to maximise the potential of your sale or let. To book your FREE, no obligation valuation call 0203 961 7806 now.
To further assist you with your sale or let, Stirling Ackroyd Estate Agents London Bridge can also provide a range of dedicated property services in-house, including:
Looking to buy or rent a property in London Bridge?
At Stirling Ackroyd Estate Agents London Bridge, we understand that choosing your perfect property to buy or rent is a big decision. That is why all of our staff are experts on their local area and we have a range of dedicated buyer and tenant services available to ensure that you not only find your perfect home but you have the lifestyle to match.
Harbour Reach, The Boulevard, Lo...
A polished river facing 965sq. ft 2 bed apartment with views across the gardens to the Thames in the ever-popular Imperial Wharf. The property boasts a smart family bathroom, a...
Long Lane, Borough, London, SE1
Guide price £525,000
A fantastic one bedroom apartment on the 3rd floor of a boutique gated development on Long Lane just near Bermondsey Street SE1. Spanning over 600sqft it is rare to find...
Sharpley Court, 8A Pocock Street...
A well-located 3 bedroom 2 bathroom apartment in Sharpley Court, Pocock Street, 0.2 miles from Southwark station and exceptionally well located to benefit from the amenities on Londons Southbank and...
Colechurch House, Avondale Squar...
Bright 2 double bedroom apartment in the popular Corporation of London run Avondale Square with a newly extended lease and a short walk to stunning Burgess Park, shops, supermarkets, pubs...
Thornecliffe Row, London, SW2
A stunning 1842 sq ft semi detached 5 bedroom, 2 reception Georgian house close to the amenities of Abbeville Village and Clapham. Having undergone a complete refurbishment, this beautiful home,...
North Block, County Hall, Belved...
£975 pw + fees -
A very spacious and modern three bedroom apartment set in a stunning location located just moments away from the London Eye and the River Thames, in the sought after development...
Kings Head Yard, London Bridge, ...
£550 pw + fees -
A new two bedroom two bathroom apartment situated on the top two floors of this converted period building located right off Borough High Street. This split level property briefly comprises;...
Two Fifty One, Southwark Bridge ...
£400 pw + fees -
A generous studio space on offer within the TWO FIFTY ONE development in Elephant and Castle. This apartment on the seventeenth floor features a spacious living and dining area, with...
Whitehouse Apartments, 9 Belvede...
£625 pw + fees -
A furnished two bedroom, two bathroom apartment with views of The Houses of Parliament. The flat is well decorated and has a fully equipped kitchen. The apartment has 24 hour...
Whitehouse Apartments, Belvedere...
£735 pw + fees -
An exceptional high floor 2 bedroom apartment with unobstructed views over the river and direct views of the London Eye set in this popular development.
London Bridge, with the eponymous bridge at its centre, extends from Bankside to Tower Bridge. Historically London Bridge was the only bridge across the river in the 1700s, and thus it was a major transport hub with settlements springing up around it. Today, London Bridge maintains its metropolitan atmosphere with people and business regularly flocking to this enviable location.
Eating, Drinking and Shopping in London Bridge
London Bridge and its surrounding areas are some of the most up and coming areas of London. They are home to vibrant and hip locals with its blended atmosphere of arts, culture, business and entertainment, there is something for everyone. Historic pubs now sit beside new developments such as More London, and industrial parks in Canada Water have been replaced with hipster restaurants and boutiques.
The community feel in London Bridge is part of the attraction, including popular markets such as Borough Market, Maltby Street and Bermondsey Square market. There are also street festivals such as Bermondsey Street Festival, as well as numerous other local events that build upon the boutique shops and renowned restaurants and stalls in the area.
If its specific recommendations you are after, we suggest trying: OXO Tower, Fish!, Tate Modern Cafe, Roast, Borough Market, Bedales, Applebees Fish Cafe, Del’Aziz, Monmouth Coffee Company, Brew Wharf, Cantina Vinopolis, Le Pont de la Tour, Joe’s Kitchen and Coffee House or Wright Brothers. In London Bridge you can find a range of food outlets and cafes to suit all pallets. There is something for everyone and a taste of the world to be had.
Activities and Entertainment in London Bridge
There is no shortage of things to do in London Bridge, with a wide array of activities and entertainment on offer.
From exploring the lanes of Borough Market, to visiting The View from the Shard or undertaking The London Bridge Experience, there are plenty of activities and entertainment on offer in London Bridge. The Shard put London Bridge on the map of London, and with further new developments in South London leading the way in terms of architecture and design, it is a very interesting and creative place to live.
If you are looking for something more culture, why not visit HMS Belfast, the Old Operating Theatre Museum, London Bridge Pier or City Hall. Or for something more relaxing, why not take a cruise down the River Thames on one of the many boats moored up.
Culture in London Bridge
Steeped in history, London Bridge is home to many iconic landmarks, unique architecture, a buzzy art scene, street-food markets, award-winning restaurants, bars and shops, perfectly blending both history and modernity.
Two hundred years ago because of its location just outside of the City of London’s jurisdiction, the area was known as a place of fun with theatres, bars, brothels, and even bear baiting - not permitted in the city. Famously London Bridge was also the location of the start of the pilgrimage to Canterbury made in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales.
Schools in London Bridge
Stirling Ackroyd Estate Agents London Bridge has a fantastic selection of properties for sale and to let in the catchment area for many of London Bridge’s Ofsted Ranked Schools.
Primary Schools in London Bridge include: Charles Dickens Primary School and The Cathedral School of St. Saviour and St. Mary Overie
Transport links in London Bridge
With fantastic transport links - via bus, underground or even getting off the Thames Clipper at the pier, London Bridge is a fantastic option for those looking to enjoy all that City life offers without the big City budget.
Some of the fantastic transport links include:
London Bridge’s property is a diverse mix of warehouse conversions, period buildings and contemporary new build apartments. The first pioneers of modern property development started regenerating warehouses and period properties around Bermondsey Street and Clink Street over 25 years ago.
The transformation of Bermondsey Square is a good example of the latest wave of urban regeneration in SE1, and Bermondsey itself was named as London’s Coolest Quarter in Vogue’s Secret Address Book. Developments such as The Jam Factory, which is made up of large contemporary lofts, is particularly popular amongst SE1 buyers and tenants. Elephant and Castle, less than half a mile from London Bridge, is planned to be the next large scale regeneration in the area, and as such is popular amongst investors who can see the area’s massive potential.
Those looking to buy or rent in the area can take advantage of living in one of the most popular commercial, residential and cultural centres in London with a choice of warehouse conversions, period properties and new build apartments on offer. Call 0203 961 7806 now to find out how much you could sell or let your property for.