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Bermondsey Square

Bermondsey Street

Grange Walk

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This is a guide to the best roads to buy or let in the locality.
Borders: Snowfields and Grange Road. 
Park: Tanner Street Park
Underground station: London Bridge
Prime roads: Tanner Street, Weston Street
Architecture: Victorian conversions to Modern housing
History: Leather Market
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Bermondsey comes from Old English and may have meant 'Beornumund's Island' as Bermondsey was a district of marshes. In 1950 Caledonian (Antique) Market moved to Bermondsey. In 2008 Bermondsey Square was developed with new apartments, offices, a hotel, shops and a 52 seat cinema.

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In the 1990s the street was developed with apartments and offices . New shops. bars and restaurants followed has made it it the vibrant heart of Bermondsey.
Key properties: Nos 1-25 +14-16.

New developments: No 214 Market Mews


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Grange means a group of houses attached to a monastery (ie the long-gone Bermondsey Abbey) .
Many fine period houses just off Tower Bridge Road.
       

Leathermarket Street

Long Lane

Riley Road

Rothsay Street

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Named after the local leather market which traded from 1833 until recent
times. Tradition of tanners since 17th Century.
Key Properties: Nos 1-5, 11-17 & 2-26

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Reference to Long Lane in 16th Century.
Key Properties: Nos 231-255


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Quiet road off Tower Bridge Road with blocks of flats.

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Includes the Jam Factory. being the old Hartleys Jam Factory converted into three blocks. (A, B and C) plus Block D which is a new build.

       

Tanner Street

Tyers Gate

Weston Street

Estate agent

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Named after the tanners of the leather market. Originally known as Five Foot Lane.
Key Properties: Nos 4-40 & 42

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Key Properties: Nos 1-7 & 2-6
Quietly situated in the Bermondsey Street Conservation Area.
Several fine warehouse conversions including Navigator House.


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Runs parallel with Bermondsey Street from St Thomas Street to Long Lane. Several fine warehouse conversions


 

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