Lovely Family Period House 1200 sq ft, Sleeps 9. Edwardian 1905 End of terrace property 5mins walk from tube railway station. Fibre optic internet, Sky HDTV & Projector. Seeps 9: See floor plan attached. 4 bedrooms (3 Doubles & 1 Single), 2 bathroom, 1 office, Kitchen diner with Aga, Sitting room, Downstairs Loo/Wash room. No dryer as you have the Aga & Garden. Spread over 3 floors, ground, first & second there are 4 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 1 office, Kitchen Diner with 42' HD Flat screen TV with Sky, Sitting Room with HD Projector, Sky TV & Grand Piano, Downstairs Loo & Butlers Sink & Washing Machine, Garden Part Decking & Grass & Large Weber BBQ. Garden Chairs & Large Parasol. Fibre Optic Broadband. Plenty of Toys, Games etc for Children if required. Cot available on request & travel cot & 2 Pushchairs. Our cleaner can be arranged to come in once a wk to clean house & change linen & iron.
Also if you require a house keeper, you can arrange with ours if you need any extra help.
Off Street Private Parking on Drive for 2 Cars. Easy access to shops, supermarkets, entertainment, restaurants, & tourist attractions Bond St & Piccadilly 16 mins on Tube. 90 Acre park on doorstep Gladstone Park with Cafe, Swings, Tennis Courts, Netball, Rubgy & Football, Duck Pond & Rose Garden. Beautiful spacious period property in quiet location in North West London with excellent access to everything you need. Brent Cross Shopping Centre 6 mins in car with all high st shops, John Lewis, Fenwicks, Waitrose etc. New Westfield Shopping Centre at Shepherds Bush only 15 mins in car with all luxury shops/shopping.
The beauty of this location is that you can be in the heart & buzz of the London Capital in 20 mins but when you arrive back home you could be living in the country. The house & location is very quiet & peaceful & you instantly feel relaxed & at home when you walk in. It has a lovely calm feeling. The best of both worlds.
Well located for a Summer Holiday in London & England - 40 mins direct to Olympic Park. Jubillee line ( quickest, cleanest & quietiest tube line) Dollis Hill or Willesden Green. NW10. 5 mins on Tube Wembley Stadium & Arena, 10/15 mins in car Lord's Cricket Ground & The Beatles Abbey Road Studios, 30 mins on tube Earls Court. 30 mins on tube Hyde Park & The Mall/Horse Guards Parade, Buckingham Palace. Madame Tausaud's 30 mins on tube, Tower of London 45 mins on tube, Covent Garden Theatres & Opera - 40 mins on tube.. Houses of Parliament 45 mins on tube. Soho 30 mins on tube. Oxford St 30 mins on tube. Museums - 30-45mins. Nottinghill/Portobello Road 10/15 mins in car. Excellent airport access Heathrow/Stanstead/Luton & good Motorway access to M4,M1,M40, M25,M3. Easy to get to the Countryside & Home Counties. Bath 1hr45 mins, Oxford 1hr, Cambridge 1hr 45mins.
An ideal opportunity to combine a visit to London, England, The Countryside & the Historic Tourist attractions of London & England. Windsor Castle 50 mins. Woburn Abbey/Safari Park 50 mins, Piccadilly, The Ritz, Fortnums & Mason, Royal Academy only 20 mins on tube. Regents Park & Regents Park Zoo - in car 20/25 mins. Hampstead Heath 20 mins in car.
Seperate to rental is an additional £50 for cleaning property & linen/towles etc on Departure.Gorgeous relaxing family house. Quiet, peaceful & convenient. 5 mins walk from Tube Jubilee Line. Local Shops 5 mins walk, Fruit & Vegetables,Mini Supermarket, Newsagents, Chemist, Wine Shop. Cafe & Coffee Shop in Park.
90 Acre Park on doorstep, Gladstone Park, named after the Prime Minister Gladstone.
It has been there for 200 years. Prime Minister Gladstone at Dollis Hill in Dollis Hill House.
Queen Victoria was now on the throne - it was bought by Lord Aberdeen who took over the house, They made it the place for Liberal politicians, especially William Ewart Gladstone (1809 - 1898, statesman and four-time prime minister of Great Britain (1868-74, 1880-85, 1886, 1892-94), to stay and rest from the endeavours of Parliamentary life down at Westminster. He was able to use Dollis Hill House as a quiet retreat, near to Downing Street, thanks to the Aberdeens. His bedroom was on the first floor at the east end of the house, looking towards Hampstead and he worked, for the most part, on his Government papers in the library which was immediately below. In the clement weather, much of his time was spent outdoors, with meals taken on the verandah (later obscured by an unsightly addition to the house). Often, there would be a gathering of politicians under the trees, some of which still frame the patio area.
Trees were one of Gladstone's obsessions. Legend has it that he cut them down, in the fashion of George Washington, but the truth is that he planted many - some at Dollis Hill, including a pine tree and a fir. In 1887, the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria was celebrated throughout the country and across the then British Empire, but the leaders of the Colonies came to London to join in the festivities. Gladstone invited them up to the house in the park here and there is a picture of him, resplendent in a Derby bowler hat, with four of his colleagues, on the lawn.
Others who visited were Joseph Chamberlain, Lord Rosebery, Lord Randolph Churchill (father of Winston), the then Archbishop of Canterbury and many other men of eminence & Mark Twain who was famous for his perceptive comments on the places he visited, he spoke of the delight he had in living there. 'He had,' he said, 'never seen any place that was so satisfactorily situated, with its noble trees and stretch of country, and everything that went to make life delightful, and all within a biscuit's throw of the metropolis of the world'.