Georgian cottage overlooking Kew Gardens

Georgian cottage overlooking Kew Gardens

Jennifer

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 5
2 Bathrooms

About our home

We are in the process of renovating our home, which is more than 200 years old. Our son's bedroom and the bathroom are complete and work is now turning to the other rooms. The house is arranged over four floors (including the basement) and boasts wooden floorboards throughout. There is a small patio garden with table and chairs, a bbq and hammock (in summer).

Children are welcome.

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More about us

  1. We're a couple with a young son.

  2. Jennifer works in PR and Simon is a journalist

  3. We love travel, music, art, food and politics

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Where is it?

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Kew is a village in southwest London. Our home overlooks the Royal Botanical Gardens. Visitors are welcome to use our annual pass. We are a five minute walk from the village/underground station, a five minute busride from Richmond, a five minute walk to the Thames and 50 minutes to central London. Kew is a lovely little place with a butcher, bakery stall, bookshop, pharmacy, cafes and a monthly farmers market.

Buzzy restaurants
Antipodean, local pubs.
Cool bars
Tap on the Line, Kew Gardens Hotel, Coach and Horses and the Greyhound are great pubs. For a cool bar head to Foxlow in Chiswick, only 10 minutes on the 391 bus.
Cozy cafés
Greenhouse, Torelli's.
Retail therapy
Book Shop, Shoe Station for toys and children's shoes, boutiques in Richmond, Barnes and Chiswick
Bit of culture
Richmond or Orange Tree Threatre, visit Ham House or Syon House, head into the West End.
Walks in the park
Kew Gardens, Richmond Park.
Spot of exercise
Walk along the river. Walk in Kew Gardens.
Day tripping
All of London. Hampton Court. Take a boat ride down the Thames.

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