L&Q - St Agnes Place, SE11
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Enveloped by the greenness, a welcoming and tranquil neighbourhood, stands the impressive new quarter of St Agnes – a stunning collection of 1,2,3 bedroom apartments, penthouses, and 3&4 bedroom townhouses on the edge of Kennington, SE11, just a stone’s throw from central London.
St Agnes is impressively connected to all parts of London. Oval underground station is just 400 metres to the west of St Agnes, while Kennington is only fractionally further. Both are on the Northern Line, and offer rapid access to business districts including the City and Canary Wharf, as well the West End and Westminster.
St Agnes Place is bounded on both sides by the greenery of Kennington Park, whilst the nearby 56-acre Burgess Park offers many outdoor sport facilities including an indoor gym, one of several in the area Kennington is fortunate in its wide range of restaurants and takeaways and St Agnes Place is within easy reach of Southwark’s gastropubs and riverside bistros, with very fine dining available at the Oxo Tower. There’s a further swathe of bars and restaurants to be found near Waterloo, along with the famous Old Vic and Young Vic theatres. That iconic cricket ground, the Kia Oval, is a stroll away and you can grab a slice of London’s cultural life on the South Bank, where you’ll find the National Theatre, Shakespeare’s Globe, The Royal Festival Hall and Tate Modern.
Younger family members are well catered for, with no less than four primary and two secondary schools located within half a mile of home. These include the outstanding Lilian Baylis Technology School and the Henry Fawcett, Keyworth and Ashmole Primary Schools.
Kennington Lane is characterised by its brightly painted shops and local amenities include banks and pharmacies. For more serious shopaholics, it’s a short tube or bus ride to the heart of the West End where you can indulge at the finer retail outlets. The capital’s historic markets have enjoyed a resurgence in recent years, and two are very close to St Agnes Place. Colourful stalls dot Lower Marsh every day, while Borough Market is perhaps the finest food market in London. Real foodies will appreciate the contents of the well-stocked local delicatessens and handy supermarkets too.
This is a superbly well-connected part of London. Oval and Kennington stations are a short walk away, with most of central London within a 20 minute tube ride away. Nearest stations: Oval Tube (0.2 miles) Kennington Tube (0.4 miles) Vauxhall Mainline and Tube (0.7 miles) Distances are straight line measurements
A good number of NHS GP practices can be found in the area, alongside several dentists (both NHS and private) and even a chiropractor and chiropodist. A&E services can be found at St Thomas’ Hospital with a minor injury department at Guy’s; emergency dental services can be accessed at King’s College Hospital in Denmark Hill.