Southwark Homes for Sale: A Day in the Life

 

Wake up, it’s a beautiful morning! You’ve woken up in Southwark, homes for sale here have so much to offer. Let us talk you through your day.

 

Early Morning

It’s 6:30am. As a Park & Sayer Southwark homeowner, you can pop downstairs to your building’s gym facilities to get a quick burst of exercise before you leave for work. Or, if it’s a nice day, yoga in the elevated garden.

 

Morning

7:45am. You decide to cut through the park on the way to the residents’ workspace to work from home, To get energised and ready for your day, you nip into a local coffee shop for a pastry and a hot drink.

 

Mid-Morning

An hour later and you need a change of scenery. As it’s such a short commute to London Bridge, so you begin to think about what you’ll do during your lunch break. Visit some of Elephant & Castle’s independent shops, or maybe head into the art gallery at Pullen’s Yard… 

 

Lunch Time

12:00pm. You borrow a bike from Elephant Park’s cycle scheme, so on your lunch break you meet a friend who's looking at Southwark Homes for sale, and head over Borough Market together. After mingling with the traders and picking up some fresh fruit for tomorrow’s breakfast, you’ve got time to browse in a book shop before heading back across The Thames.

 

After Work

It’s 5:00pm, you take a wander down to the Tate Modern to pick up a programme, and then it’s back to your home at Park & Sayer.

 

Early Evening

It’s barely 5:30pm, and you’re back home in record time, (your old commute used to be 74 minutes, and this was just 23 minutes). You’re hungry but you have the luxury of some of the best eateries in London at your doorstep. The 24/7 concierge recommends the perfect place to eat with your partner.

 

Evening

10:15pm. After a delicious meal, in OXO Tower, you and your partner stroll along The Thames, hand in hand, and look up at your Southwark home in Elephant Park’s Park & Sayer.

 

Bedtime

It’s 11:00pm and you’re already home, having simply walked back under the moonlight. No bedtime blues here – you can’t wait to get back at it again tomorrow.

 

 

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