Properties in Westminster Square
Westminster Square is a quaint, peaceful development located in the heart of our capital city. Over the past ten years, MyLondonHome has noticed the development’s popularity soar, with its prime location yet calm, traditional feel Westminster Square has proved a popular destination for many high-quality tenants and owners.
Built by Bellway Homes in 1998, Westminster Square is made up of 4 buildings: Walpole House, Palmerston House, Churchill House, and Chamberlain House. The development comprises 134 spacious apartments ranging from studios to 3-bedroom apartments. With its grandiose Georgian doors and traditional marble flooring, the entrance to Westminster Square is charmingly traditional without feeling dated.
In addition to the use of secure underground parking, residents enjoy the use of two landscaped gardens complete with benches, pathways, and an elegant pagoda at the centrepiece of this rural retreat. The immediate area around Westminster Square reflects the traditional feel of the building. With one of London’s last remaining street-markets just around the corner, Lower Marsh adds quaintness to an area currently experiencing vast regeneration.
With much speculation over the development of the corner of York Road and the redevelopment of Elizabeth House in its design stage, the charm of shops and cafes such as the highly-recommended Greensmiths Deli, the niche Gramophone shop, and an array of cafes, pubs, and restaurants ensure Westminster Square is a vibrant place to live. Not to mention London’s famous West End is just a 15-minute tube journey away; this is truly a development in the heart of everything.
This is further illustrated through Westminster Square’s popularity with MPs, located within the ‘Division Bell’ (anywhere within an 8-minute dash to the Houses of Parliament). Westminster Square is in close proximity to Lambeth North and Waterloo mainline stations. However, there are many other means of transportation in the surrounding area with great bus links and even the infamous Boris Bikes located at Lower Marsh.