Living in Elephant & Castle
Wake up, it’s a beautiful morning! You’ve woken up in your Elephant Park apartment. Our flats for sale in Elephant and Castle have so much to offer, so let us talk you through your day.
Hej, Elephant Park
Self-acclaimed ‘coffee geeks’, Hej (pronounced Hey) were the first permanent retailer to open at Elephant Park. Roasting their own coffee beans on site, their incredible coffee menu is paired with a tasty selection of fresh food and drink options served throughout the day.
Tate Modern, Bankside
The vast turbine hall of Tate Modern, which occupies the former Bankside Power Station, leads visitors to a cascade of major works by Matisse, Rothko and many more. Small wonder the gallery attracts nearly five million visitors each year.
A haven for chefs and foodies, Borough Market brings together some of the country’s finest food and drink producers under its wrought-iron roof. Find everything from artisan sourdough loaves and shade-dried limes to phials of white truffle oil.
17 minutes by bus
A shopping and entertainment hub in London’s West End, Covent Garden epitomises London’s culture and history in one place. Home to fashion stores, craft stalls, bars and restaurants, Covent Garden centres on the elegant Piazza and the many street entertainers who perform there every day.
10 minutes by bus
The National Theatre has produced more than 700 plays since it opened in 1963, including the hit comedy One Man, Two Guvnors. Equally impressive are the photographic exhibitions in the foyer, not to mention the range of on-site restaurants for pre or post-show dining.
Aqua, The Shard
Discover contemporary British dishes using the finest seasonal ingredients and carefully crafted cocktails all within Western Europe’s tallest building. The spectacular space has floor-to-ceiling glass windows offering 360-degree views of London.