An Introduction to Waterloo
Waterloo is a district in Central London, part of the London Borough of Lambeth. It's not just a train station, or path to the buzzy Southbank, it’s a well connected area of London that is home to world famous theatres, the London Eye, quality street food markets and plenty of pubs and bars.
Travel Links in Waterloo
Waterloo station receives nearly a hundred million entrances and exits per year, it is also the country's largest station in terms of floor space and number of platforms. The station is the terminus of the South West Main Line to Weymouth via Southampton, the West of England main line to Exeter via Salisbury and the Portsmouth Direct line to Portsmouth harbour, as well as several local commuter trains. Waterloo Station is also on the London Underground line, running Northern, Bakerloo, Jubilee and Waterloo & City trains.
Our Local Knowledge
The Southbank area is one of Waterloo’s not so secret treasures, you could easily spend a whole day visiting this 2 mile stretch of cultural venues such as The Tate and The Globe. Take a look at the London skyline, brutalist architecture and views across the river as you stretch your legs here.
If you need to stop to regain your energy, skip the usual selection of riverside chain eateries, and head to the Southbank Centre Food Market. After lunch, our letting agents recommend a trip to Leake Street arches, London’s cultural venue for street art, a celebration of urban art situated in the railway arches below Waterloo Station.
Contact Our Letting Agents in Waterloo
Our lettings process is designed to be compliant, practical and efficient for all parties involved. We can help provide an accurate lettings valuation, we can prepare your property for viewings, we can find you tenants, we can create and progress contracts, and our team of experienced letting agents can manage your Waterloo property with expertise.