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This is a unique street by street guide to the residential property areas in Rotherhithe , SE16 in the London  Borough of Southwark. Rotherhithe  is located between Bermondsey, the Thames and Deptford. Property  ranges from Georgian to Modern. Past residents include the London artist Geoffrey Fletcher. The best roads for sales and lettings are compiled below in three local area groupings with information on each road’s history and architecture:

 

1. Rotherhithe Riverside roads

Borders: River Thames. Rotherhithe Street and South Dock. 
Park: Ecological Park
Overground station:. Rotherhithe
Underground station:. Rotherhithe
Prime roads: Rotherhithe Street. St Marychurch Street
Architecture: Georgian to Modern
History: Originally Rotherhithe was known as Redriff ,a fishing village in Surrey
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2. Canada Water roads

Borders: Lower Road and Surrey Water
Park: Southwark Park
Overground station:. Canada Water
Underground station:. Canada Water
Prime roads: along Albion Channel
Architecture: Modern
History: Canada Water after Canada Dock which opened in 1876.
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3. Surrey Quays roads

Borders: Lower Road and South Dock 
Park: Southwark Park
Overground station: Surrey Quays
Underground station: Surrey Quays
Prime roads: Rope Street
Architecture: Victorian to Modern
History: Originally Surrey Docks
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