Featured Listing This Week:
Blackfriars 1-16, London SE1
Bond Street 14 minutes
Canary Wharf 20 minutes
Gatwick Airport 35 minutes
Heathrow Airport 41 minutes
Waterloo Station 9 minutes
Nearby Attractions include the observation floor at the The Shard, The Tate Modern Gallery and local shopping at the Maltby Street Market.
35 Catherine Place, Westminster, London, SW1E 6DY
T: 020 3829 9200 (tel:02038299200)
In Southbank and what many consider the cultural heart of London is The One Blackfriars designed by award-winning Ian Simpson Architects. The property features 274 residential apartments on 50 storeys. Residents can choose from the available 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes, by interior designers Tara Bernard and Partners.
History: The district of Blackfriars on the bank of the River Thames is east of the The Temple and St. Pauls Cathedral to the southwest. Like so much of London Blackfriars has its rich history starting with the Blackfriars Monastery from 1221 to 1538 which became a successful institution popular for local government council meetings. It was known for its 'Black Parliament' which met for a few years till the start of the Wars of the Roses according to a historical review by Britannica. Eventually in the 16th century the monasteries were dissolved and the site became the Blackfriars Playhouse. By the 17th century the district became a wealthy residential enclave. Most famous of landmarks is the Blackfriars Bridge built from 1860 to 1869 replacing an earlier road from the 1760's. Today the area has become popular not only for residences but for commercial and retail interests.
My London Home is currently listing a variety of residential floor plans for purchase in the Blackfriars tower 1-16 in the SE 1 post code. Properties available include a two bath two bedroom unit with 1050 square feet asking £2,000,000 to a three bedroom three bath unit for £12,500, 000 with 3250 square feet.
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