Henry Wiltshire’s new office, opening around the corner from London Bridge station, allows us to better serve our clients looking invest in property in London.
This prime location adds to our growing network of branches across the capital iding Canary Wharf, Nine Elms, Bow, Royal Docks, Mayfair and Hayes & Harlington.
Introducing Henry Wiltshire London Bridge
Our London Bridge office will conduct sales, acquisitions, letting and property management for residential properties within the vast area of SE1. Additionally we will provide services to our clients through our network of international offices and partners in Hong Kong, Singapore, Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Ireland.
At Henry Wiltshire, our dedicated SE1 team have many years industry and market experience which enables us to provide extensive knowledge in London Bridge and its surrounding areas. With our international network of offices, we have access to both local buyers and overseas investors giving our clients maximum exposure. We pride ourselves in providing an exceptional level of customer service which is tailored to meet our customers’ needs.
Areas covered by our London Bridge office
London Bridge is in a prime location, and its culture and great transport connections make it popular with young professionals. The area offers both old and new developments, ranging from warehouse conversions to modern high-end developments. The Shard – the tallest building in western Europe – towers over nearby buildings including Tate Modern, Southwark Cathedral, Imperial War Museum, and the Bridge itself.
Bermondsey has grown from its riverside beginnings, with its Victorian-era wharves and warehouses having evolved into stylish lofts and cutting-edge commercial spaces.
Shad Thames is known for its converted warehouses, many of which retain their original characteristic features of brickwork, winches and large sign-writing. The street is still crisscrossed by the overhead goods gantries that linked the warehouses. Since its redevelopment in the mid-1980s, the development of new flats continues, as well as new offices, shops, cafés, bars and restaurants.
Borough is home to Borough Market, the UK’s oldest food market with more than 100 traders selling a variety of artisan cakes, cheese, meat, fish, vegetables and breads.
Waterloo is part of a business improvement district known as Waterloo Quarter, which includes The Cut, the Old Vic and Young Vic theatres, as well as many attractions, shops and market stalls.
We also cover the neighbouring areas of Rotherhithe (SE16) and Surrey Quays (SE16 & SE8).
Investing in London Property
If you are interested in investing in property in London, or have property that you would like us to let & manage on your behalf, contact your local Hong Kong office to discuss our international services.