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One of the oldest settlements in Britain, dating back over 6000 years, when the Romans founded Londinium. Situated along the south bank of the Thames, from Westminster Bridge to London Bridge, runs the capital’s favourite promenade, Bankside.

Steeped in history, this glorious stretch of river boasts some of the city’s most recognisable landmarks and cultural institutions. Highlights include the London Eye, Royal Festival Hall, the National Theatre, BFI Southbank (home of British film) Borough Market, the Golden Hinde, Sea Life London Aquarium, Tate Modern and Shakespeare’s Globe. Daily events, entertainment, quirky art shops, sites and attractions, lure the crowds, as do the riverside pubs, restaurants and coffee shops.

Glamorous new flats are springing up in this cultural quarter and It is the highly sought after riverside apartments such as the award winning Neo Bankside developed by Nativeland, that appeal to buyers and tenants.

In contrast to these developments is The Roupell Street conservation area, a “hidden” enclave of flat-fronted, straight-off-the-street cottages between Stamford Street and Waterloo East train station. Now uber fashionable, its humble origins and atmosphere hark back to the days of Dickens’ London.

Bankside thrives as a location that mixes tourist attractions, dramatic new architecture and quaint cobbled streets. It can genuinely lay claim to being one of the city’s most exciting places to live.



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