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The Area of Waterloo has come to typify the most enviable elements of London living. It combines the old and the new, the local and the international, the cultural and the commercial. Moments from the river there a wide variety of homes from the incredibly desirable conservation area around Roupell street with its beautifully preserved Georgian terraces, to luxury modern apartments with views over the Thames.
This area is ideal for commuters, with major train and tube stations (Waterloo, Southwark, Waterloo east) just on your doorstep, bus routes heading in every direction, and easy walks into the city of London with iconic views of the city.
Not only are you easily able to get where you need to go, but there are also many attractions and amenities within the area which mean you never need to stray far from home. There are iconic theatres such as the Old Vic, the Young Vic, and the National Theatre which offer world renown productions as well as various community projects that help make the arts accessible for all. There’s also the IMAX cinema, the London Eye, and numerous restaurants, pubs and cafés that keep the area bustling.
But what makes Waterloo special is that with one turn down a residential street, you can forget that you are in the centre of a busy city and lose yourself in the quiet local community. Places like the King’s Arms give locals the feel of a village pub, numerous public gardens and green spaces offer a peaceful escape from urban life, and parking and traffic restrictions encourage quiet and private neighbourhoods. Ultimately, Waterloo excels in combining a local community feel with convenience of a central London location.