Alex Neil were established in 1984 and have cultivated an excellent reputation as Estate Agents in St Katharine Docks, we provide our full range of residential sales and lettings services throughout the area.
Taking its name from a former hospital which stood at the site in the 12th century, St Katharine Dock was once a busy commercial dock. However, its inability to accommodate large ships caused its closure and by the 1970’s most original warehouses were converted into commercial buildings.
These days the dock is bustling with offices, housing, shops, restaurants, a hotel and yachting marina. It covers over 42,000 sq metres and as central London’s only marina, it is an iconic setting well worth visiting.
There are regular events including a weekly World Food Market, the perfect place to grab freshly prepared treats made from organically sourced produce. Plus, events such as Easter Egg Hunts and Tea-Dancing Parties which celebrates British National Tea Day.
Although not hugely varied, the properties scattered around the docks have some of London’s best water-facing views. The buildings mostly consist of purpose-built blocks and warehouse conversions, with traditional houses rarely available.
Travelling to and from St Katharine Dock is easy and there are many different modes of transport
. Firstly, Tower Hill underground is only a short walk away and is served by the Circle and District lines. Additionally, Liverpool Street and Bank stations are also within walking distance. Plus, there are many cycling routes including the Cycle Superhighway which provides quick access to the docks.
The many schools
offer primary and secondary, special schools, religious schools and grammar schools. Ofsted ratings have been generally positive with many schools attaining ‘good’ and ‘outstanding’ scores.
Fantastic leisure facilities and great transport links makes St Katherine Dock a highly sought place to live. If you’re looking to find out the value of your home, to purchase, to sell or to rent a property then our highly motivated teams would love to help.