Former church owed semi-detached cottage off ‘The Cut’, situated in the throng of urban Waterloo. A former market area, The Cut had upwards of 300 costermongers (fruit-sellers) that sold their wares in and around the area, serving the surrounding streets of railway worker cottages.
Everything a traditional urban cottage has to offer is in abundance, with separate kitchen, rear reception with iron-wrought fireplace, outhouse turned wash-room to the rear of the garden and side-return access. Two double bedrooms on the first floor, and family bathroom combine to make a wonderful living experience.
The south-facing rear garden is the best feature (for any potential future lockdowns), with easy access and storage for your bicycle & or motorbike.
Ufford Street recreation ground is just across the road for a further tree-strewn escape if required - it really is a hidden gem; unless you have lived in the surrounding streets, you would never know it was there.
Waterloo is rich in arts diversity, with the Old & Young Vic at the end of the road, offering up international and local productions. The Tate Modern is close by as well as The Vaults - an events space with a bar, and revolving schedule with different productions events on every week.
Local favourite restaurants and bars are The Vaulty Towers, EV restaurant and takeaway & the infamous rooftop Bar Elba.
The Cut is conveniently located two minutes away for easy accessibility into the City or the West End. Waterloo and Southwark Stations are 5 minutes from your door or there are numerous bus routes to be exploited on Waterloo and Blackfriars Road. Alternatively, on sunny days a walk or cycle to work along the river may be preference.
Ufford Street, Waterloo, London, SE1