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Newspaper House, Southwark SE1

Newspaper House

Overview

Newspaper House is a striking new development in Southwark, a prime Zone 1 location, next door to London’s eclectic and artistically-led South Bank. Designed by Acorn Property Group’s visionary architects and designers, Newspaper House will showcase an impressive fusion of classic and modern finishes.

This superb central London offering will not only place residents in the cultural heart of the city but will provide a choice selection of five contemporary, 2 bedroom apartments and four expansive, 3 bedroom duplexes; all combining practical layouts with extremely stylish and sophisticated interiors.

Sustainability and individuality will take precedence at Newspaper House, ensuring that residents benefit from an extraordinary home that epitomises London’s understated flair whilst enabling a convenient city lifestyle.

Newspaper House is ideally placed within a seven minute walk of two Underground stations. Southwark station provides Jubilee line services direct to Stratford, the O2, Canary Wharf, Westminster and the West End, whilst Borough station provides Northern line services to key areas such as Bank and Moorgate.


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Development features

  • Spectacular new-build development
  • All apartments will feature at least one balcony
  • Designer kitchens by Liecht
  • Secure cycle storage

Local area

Newspaper House is enviably located in Southwark, one of the oldest parts of London that fronts the River Thames to the north. SE1 has seen a massive revival in the last 20 years and is now an exciting melting pot of culture, modern art, gastropubs and restaurants, cocktail bars, historic theatres and modern landmarks. Residents of Newspaper House will be within minutes of an abundance of famous attractions within this varied district; from thought-provoking events and exhibits at the Southbank Centre and Tate Modern to breathtaking city views from The London Eye and The Shard; and from sampling the finest fresh produce at Borough Market to peaceful riverside walks on Thames Walk – Southwark really does have something for everyone.


Transport

A large part of Southwark’s resurgence as a Central London location is due to the area’s excellent transport links, particularly in SE1. With an impressive combination of three Underground lines (Southwark, Borough and London Bridge), four mainline train stations including London Waterloo and Elephant and Castle, and more than 15 bus routes, residents of Newspaper House can easily commute across London and the South East.

Key destinations from Southwark (Zone 1):

Waterloo 1 minute
Bond Street 6 minutes
Canary Wharf 8 minutes
Oxford Circus 10 minutes
North Greenwich 10 minutes
Stratford 19 minutes
London City Airport 23 minutes

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