Barratt London - Blackfriars Circus, SE1
Blackfriars Circus will consist of 336 homes - studios, one, two and three-bedroom apartments and penthouses. It is a prime Zone 1 location, well connected for easy access around central London. All homes have a winter garden or outdoor space and are built around two new public squares with space for proposed shops, including Tesco and cafés. On-site amenities include a 24-hour concierge, fitness suite and a bookable event space on the 27th floor of Conquest Tower with panoramic views across London from the rooftop terrace. Underground parking is also available – ask our Sales Advisers for further details.
The famous Southbank is a short walk away, home to festivals, theatres, cinemas, visiting markets, shops and countless restaurants and bars. Closer to home, stroll to foodie heaven at Borough Market for world-renowned shopping, eating and drinking. Blackfriars Circus is a short walk from some of the most famous theatres.
Blackfriars Circus' central location means it is ideally situated to make the best use of central London's academic resources. Several of the capital's best universities can be reached within 30 minutes – most notably the prestigious London South Bank University, only a three-minute walk away.
Elephant and Castle forms part of a redevelopment plan due to finish in 2025, the shopping centre once known as "the Piccadilly of south London" will be completely transformed from a blank canvas to include a brand new high street with a variety of shops. Shop to your heart's content at Borough Market, one of the largest and oldest food markets in London. You can pick up anything from rare-breed meats to some of the best Spanish food in town.
Blackfriars Circus is exceptionally well connected, making commuting around London easy. There are four stations within walking distance – Southwark for the Jubilee line (seven minutes), Elephant & Castle for the Northern and Bakerloo lines (ten minutes) or Blackfriars and Waterloo stations (ten minutes) for multiple Underground and National Rail services out of London.
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