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Southwark is commonly known as the area south of the river Thames. It is one of the oldest London district and home to many famous landmarks: Shakespeare Global Theatre, Southwark Cathedral, Tate Modern, City Hall, Millenium Bridge & Blackfriars Bridge. The area has undergone extensive regeneration these past decades and features some of the trendiest and mixed London accommodations with conversion lofts, new residential developments, traditional Victorian houses and mews, as well as council estates.

 Transportation wise, Southwark is fairly central and within easy reach of many London areas. There are less tube stations than in the West ends but you will find many buses. Other tube stations are within minutes if you cross the river and the Thames path is ideal for cyclists. You will find plenty of great places to eat for all budget types, from borough market to the famous Oxo Tower. Overall, most people would recommend Southwark as being a great place to live. Rental prices vary depending on the area. Basically, the closer you will get to the Thames, the more expensive the rent is likely to be.

Borough: London borough of Southwark
Nearest underground station: Southwark & London Bridge (Jubilee line) and Borough (Northern line)
Nearest train station:  London Bridge Rail
Bus lines: 45, 63, 100, 344, 381, RV1
Southwark: http://www.tfl.gov.uk/tfl/gettingaround/maps/buses/pdf/southwark-10324.pdf
Southwark Bridge: www.tfl.gov.uk/tfl/gettingaround/maps/buses/pdf/southwarkbridge-13730.pdf

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Average and median rent distributions in Southwark (last 6 months)

Average rental prices in Southwark over the last 12 months

Median rental prices in Southwark over the last 12 months

Property price distribution in Southwark

The table below shows price distribution by property types in Southwark.

p.c.w. £200 or less £200 to £400 £400 to £650 £650 to £1,100 £1,100 to £1,600 £1,600 to £2,300 £2,300 to £3,500 £3,500 or more
Studios 0% 86% 14% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0%
One beds 0% 35% 55% 10% 0% 0% 0% 0%
Two beds 0% 8% 58% 24% 7% 2% 0% 0%
Three beds 0% 0% 43% 26% 9% 16% 4% 1%
Four beds 0% 0% 62% 38% 0% 0% 0% 0%

Property types distribution in Southwark

Property minima and maxima (p.c.w.) in Southwark

This graphs shows the least and most expensive rental prices per property type in Southwark.

Top lettings agents property rental prices in Southwark

Based on the last 6 months. Prices per week.

Lettings Agent Studios 1 beds 2 beds 3 beds 4 beds 5 beds
£275 £387 £440 £592 £641 none
£303 £431 £614 £961 none none
none £576 £564 £702 none none
none £453 £572 £962 none none
none £516 £511 £614 £650 none
none £651 £1,455 £2,517 none none

Streets analysed for these statistics

  • Alderney Mews
  • Bath Terrace
  • Bear Gardens
  • Blackfriars Rd
  • Borough High St
  • Borough Rd
  • Bowling Green Pl
  • Burbage Close
  • Clink St
  • Cole St
  • Copperfield St
  • Crosby Row
  • Deverell St
  • Dickens Square
  • Disney Pl
  • Ewer St
  • Falmouth Rd
  • Gladstone St
  • Glasshill St
  • Great Dover St
  • Great Guildford St
  • Great Suffolk St
  • Greet St
  • Holland St
  • Hopton St
  • Keppel Row
  • Lambeth Rd
  • Lancaster St
  • Lant St
  • London Rd
  • Long Ln
  • Maidstone Buildings Mews
  • Manciple St
  • Marshalsea Rd
  • Mitre Rd
  • Nelson Square
  • New Globe Walk
  • Newcomen St
  • Newington Causeway
  • Park St
  • Pepper St
  • Pocock St
  • Risborough St
  • Rockingham St
  • Saint George's Circus
  • Saint George's Rd
  • Sanctuary St
  • Southwark Bridge Rd
  • Southwark St
  • Spurgeon St
  • Stoney St
  • Swan St
  • Tabard St
  • Tennis St
  • Treveris St
  • Trinity Church Square
  • Trinity St
  • Ufford St
  • Union St
  • Upper Ground
  • Webber Row
  • Webber St
  • Winchester Square
Statistics based on 1256 properties in Southwark. Last updated on Feb 13, 2019.