Williams Lynch have been estate agents in London Bridge since 1998 and in that time we have developed an in-depth knowledge of the property market in SE1. Whatever type of property you are looking to rent or buy in London Bridge, from an ex-Local Authority flats to executive one-bed apartments or larger period conversions, the estate agents at Williams Lynch can help you find the perfect place to live in London SE1.
Our team of estate agents take pride in their work and help complete the sales or rental process smoothly and with minimum hassle. Give Williams Lynch a call and we’ll help you find whatever property you’re looking for in London Bridge.
Where is London Bridge?
The stretch of the River Thames’ southern bank between London Bridge and Tower Bridge is in easy reach of the City and the South Bank, while Borough Market, across the road from London Bridge Station, is UK’s oldest food market. Open Thursday to Saturday, the market has more than 70 stalls selling a variety of artisan cakes, cheese, meat, fish, vegetables and breads.
London Bridge is so central that its residents rarely need to use the large number of Tube lines in easy reach. Both the Jubilee and Northern Lines pass through London Bridge Tube Station, while Southwark (Jubilee), Borough (Northern) and Waterloo (Bakerloo, Jubilee, Northern and Waterloo & City) stations are nearby.
In addition, London Bridge benefits from extensive bus services in the area, providing road access to major parts of London and the surrounding areas, while the nearest London Cycle Hire docking station can be found on Duke Street Hill.