The London district of North Lambeth is comprised of several small districts Waterloo, Southbank, Vauxhall, Kennington and Oval.
The trendy, arts oriented Southbank is perhaps the priciest of these areas, with numerous high-rise buildings offering premium flats and penthouses. Those that can afford to live here can walk out of their home and straight onto the iconic Thames riverside, the world class British Film Institute and Tate Modern. Kennington is a little more affordable, and offers a more diverse range of accommodation alongside a range of trendy cafes and galleries. Here homes tend to be terraced houses, or converted flats. Vauxhall offers similar residential options, in an area famed for its gay nightlife.
A very ethnically diverse area, with a broad range of property on offer, prices are relatively high, befitting the proximity to the City centre. The Bakerloo line carries human traffic directly to the heart of London, so this is a great place for workers. However as you get closer to the problem area of Elephant and Castle, prices begin to noticeably drop.