Mr Rowe, Kent
I've been impressed with all aspects of the service, friendly, professional, prompt and proactive. I would whole heartedly recommend Mann Lettings to any landlord.
Available immediately and recently refurbished. With secure entry this light bright flat has laminate flooring throughout with neutrally painted walls. One double bedroom , the kitchen with white goods is separated from the lounge and tiled bath suite. Off street parking for residents and visitors is available in abundance. Hallways and communal gardens are regularly maintained throughout the year.
South Bermondsey train station is close to the property and takes you straight into London. Ilderton primary is within close proximity of the property
Public transport in the area is good, with a number of bus routes and nearby underground stations including Bermondsey tube on Jamaica Road and Canada Water tube on Deal Porter Way. Both stations are in zone 2 and run on the Jubilee line. Although there are two other underground stations in the postcode (Surrey Quays tube on Lower Road and Rotherhithe tube on Brunel Road) are currently closed and will reopen in June 2010 to become part of the new London Overground system.
Shopping facilities in the area are good, with Surrey Quays Shopping Centre on Redriff Road which boasts a number of high street stores, outlets and a supermarket, as well as a large selection of bars and restaurants.
Southwark Park on Jamaica Road is the largest open green space in the area and is highly popular with locals and visitors alike. It is a perfect space to relax and escape the hustle and bustle of the nearby streets. Dilston Grove is a particularly beautiful spot in the park, which has been mentioned in several pieces of literature as a place of tranquility. Another attraction to the park is Cafe Gallery, which hosts art displays as well as serving refreshments. Towards the north of the park, there is a bandstand, which is used for free concerts, predominantly in the summer months. Another attraction to the park is Cafe Gallery, which hosts art displays as well as serving refreshments. Other local parks and green spaces include Cherry Gardens, which is also on Jamaica Road and Stave Hill Ecological Park, which can be accessed from Timber Pond Road. The park consists of 5.2 acres of woodland, scrub, grassland and wetland habitats and is open to the public. It houses a range of wildlife species and was built on the site of the former Surrey Commercial Dock. A similar park can be found on Lavender Road, in the form of Lavender Pond Nature Reserve, which is also brimming with wildlife and nature. Close by is Lavender Pond Pumphouse and its adjoining museum. For those interested in the history of the area, Lavender Dock Walk is an excellent choice, which leads past some of the significant historic buildings and moorings. Rotherhithe Thames Path is another walk which spans around the historic Rotherhithe village, with a number of beautiful views and impressive buildings.
Entertainment facilities in the area include Hollywood Bowling Centre on Teredo Street, which also hosts electronic games, a bar and a cafÃƒÂ©. Lending services are available at Rotherhithe Library on Albion Street and Millwall FC is also based in the area. Coleman Projects Space on Webster Road, which is a gallery and an art centre and prides itself on its wide range of exhibitions and shows. Alternatively, 100 Black Men of London on Rope Street is an interesting museum, dedicated to the history of the black London community. An alternative museum in the area is the Brunel Engine House on Railway Avenue, which focuses on two of the great designers: Marc Brunel and Isambard Kingdom Brunel, who designed an engine which enabled the first tunnel to run below the Thames.
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