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The Boulevard

Stunning two bedroom apartment in Southwark SE1

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A boutique collection of luxurious new apartments in the heart of leafy Blackfriars Road, one of London’s only true boulevards.

All homes at the Boulevard are reserved.

Located in London's exclusive Zone 1, The Boulevard boasts high specification interiors, well designed apartments with private outdoor balconies, as well as a 12-hour concierge and two residents' roof terraces with spectacular views.

There is easy access to transport links as well as having a wide range of restaurants, coffee shops, markets, pubs and bars close at hand. Entertainment is on the doorstep too with theatre, cinema and galleries all within easy reach. The Boulevard really does have it all.

90-92 Blackfriars Road, Southwark, London SE1 8HW

  • 2 bedrooms
  • All homes at The Boulevard are reserved

Homes at The Boulevard are all reserved

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Boulevard living

A central address

From Southwark, you can walk to practically anywhere in Zone 1. Blackfriars Road achieves the highest score in Transport for London’s accessibility rankings for proximity to public transport, and frequency of service.

Cyclists can enjoy the speed and safety of the dedicated cycle lane that runs from Farringdon to Elephant and Castle. Commuting to Canary or travelling to see music at the O2 is a breeze, with Southwark station on the Jubilee line is on your doorstep or for a more leisurely route you could board the river bus at Waterloo pier.

Good food

In Southwark, great taste comes in many forms, from fine dining to food on the fly, smart restaurants to street food markets. Within a 15-minute walk, you’ll find every cuisine on the planet, and every flavour under the sun.

From star chefs to the world famous Borough Market, there is no end to the rich pickings for gourmands. Shop, eat, walk and talk, like the locals do.

Retail therapy

With the unveiling of Borough Yards, Southwark will have its very own retail destination: 100,000sq ft of shops, restaurants and new public realm, integrated into the railway arches behind Borough Market. That’s not to say that the area doesn’t offer good shopping already. It does, if you know where to look. The labyrinth of cobbled streets around the market hosts a selection of independent gems and Borough market is, of course, the place for food.

World class culture

Southwark is synonymous with the arts, and culture is woven into the urban fabric.

The Southbank Centre holds 2,000 performances a year from the world of music, dance and literature. The BFI National Film Theatre screens classic, independent and world cinema. Nearby is the IMAX: a giant wraparound screen, with stereophonic thrills.

For serious theatre, there’s The Globe, The National, and The Old and New Vics. For modern masters and globetrotting artists, hit the Hayward and Tate Modern.