Ivanhoe wrote:There's probably a London Road in most towns...
DavidS wrote:I'm personally OK with people saying that my flat is in Monte Carlo.I, personally, would prefer to refer to my flat as being "in Blackfriars", rather than "oh, it's in that area by Southwark tube station - not Bankside - but, no... not Elephant & Catle, it's north of that - kind of between London Bridge and Waterloo...", which is why I am OK with the area being given a nom de plume by local developeres - .
DavidS wrote:It's not "historically" inaccurate. It's inaccurate in every sense of the word. In fact, "inaccurate" isn't even the right word for something that's completely incorrect.even if it is historically inaccurate. .
Crest Nicholson wrote:Ideally located just 0.3 miles away from Southwark underground station & Waterloo rail station, residents will also benefit from all the arts, food and cultural offerings from the Cut & the South Bank.
Linden Homes wrote:The Residence marks the start of the lifestyle youíve been searching for with some of the capitalís most exhilarating buildings, restaurants, bars and arts venues in London right just moments away.
Easily accessible to Londonís integrated transport network at Zone 1 Southwark station with connections to London key destinations for work and leisure are on your door step.
Linden Homes wrote:Blackfriars is a newly fashionable area close to the South Bank, River Thames and Southwark.
Berkeley Homes wrote:Creating a new focus on the banks of the River Thames among the capital's famous landmarks with views from the east sweeping over the Shard, the dome of St Paul's and The Gherkin and west the Houses of Parliament and the London Eye. At the heart of the South Bank, it creates a gateway to the historic borough of Southwark, a fascinating blend of the capital's contemporary exuberance and ancient heritage.
Barratt's wrote:Blackfriars Road is the perfect central London location with transport and entertainment on your doorstep.
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.
A short walk across the river and youíre in Londonís West End, home to hundreds of bars, clubs, restaurants and some of the world's most famous theatres.
John C wrote:Of course, Battersea is now fashionable, and the locals are trying to get the station name changed - presumably they don't like to be thought of as living 'up the junction'.
Debrajoan wrote:John C wrote:Of course, Battersea is now fashionable, and the locals are trying to get the station name changed - presumably they don't like to be thought of as living 'up the junction'.
Hands up anyone who thinks that the locals will take a leaf out of some estate agents books, and ask for the station to be re-named South Chelsea?
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