New Homes in Southwark
Extending in a vertical corridor from the banks of the Southbank towering over the centre of town with the Shard and running South all the way down to the leafy and beautiful village of Dulwich, Southwark is one of the most diverse boroughs in the capital, offering living solutions suiting all types of buyers. From people looking for a home in quaint residential quarters with good transport links or people wishing to invest in property on the riverside, close to the ever expanding halo of London Bridge and Borough Market area Southwark offers an option for everyone.
Browse all the available new homes in and near Southwark by exploring the developments below.
Live the Southwark life
Whether you want to live in the north of the borough as close to the South Bank as possible or to the south in the Dulwich area where you can find village vibes and swathes of green spaces, houses in Southwark can cater for lots of different hopes and dreams. Yours could be turned into reality thanks to like the scheme, where you only need a 5% deposit and 55% mortgage to buy a new home. The remaining 40% is made up by a government-backed equity loan.
Things to see and do in Southwark
Starting in the north of the borough, there’s an array of world class attractions to enjoy. Go for a stroll in the shade of the iconic Shard through Borough Market towards Shakespeare’s Globe, before a visit to the renowned Tate Modern. With London Bridge and Tower Bridge both famous in their own right and connecting you to an array of the capital’s top sights, you can also enjoy riverside drinks and meals along the South Bank.
Heading south you’ll find the Imperial War Museum just back from the river, while Southwark Park is on the way to the rapidly developing Rotherhithe area. The natural spaces really open up further south thanks to spots like Dulwich Park, Sydenham Hill Wood and Peckham Rye. You can also take advantage of places like Bermondsey Spa Gardens, the Bankside Gallery and the Menier Gallery in the borough.
There’s a brilliant selection of primary schools across the area, including Charles Dickens Primary close to Southwark town centre. Then there’s Riverside Primary and St Joseph’s Roman Catholic Primary in Bermondsey, Dulwich Village Church of England Infants’ School, Dulwich Hamlet Junior School and Harris Primary Academy in East Dulwich.
All of these schools are rated as outstanding by Ofsted, along with Peckham’s John Donne Primary and Paxton Primary on the southern border. The same goes for secondary options such as Harris Girls’ Academy East Dulwich and Harris Boys’ Academy East Dulwich, the Charter School North Dulwich and Oasis Academy South Bank.
Southwark transport links
From buses to trains, Underground and Overground services, Southwark offers excellent transport links both for getting around the borough and for reaching other parts of London and beyond.
Tube stations are more prevalent in the north, giving you access to the Bakerloo, Jubilee and Northern lines, while Overground and Southern train services are more common in the south. Gatwick Airport, meanwhile, is around 20 miles south of Dulwich, while Heathrow is a similar distance to the west.
The Southwark property scene
Average house prices in Southwark are comparable to the rest of London, but the borough has developed a reputation for attracting wealthy investors which is helping the market grow in a positive way.
Whether you’re searching for an apartment in our stunning Ontario Point development in Rotherhithe, a 2, 3 or even 4 bedroom home at Upton Gardens or a 1 bed apartment in Wallington’s New Mill Quarter, don’t forget to check whether you could benefit from a deal such as our Movemaker scheme.