Apartment in 19th-century London townhouse

Apartment in 19th-century London townhouse


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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
2 baths

About our home

Lovely old house converted into four modernised apartments all owned by one family who have lived here for 20 years. All mod cons and a lovely garden. The house is a 10 minute walk to Hampstead Village and 4 miles from Oxford Street and theatre land. Leafy Hampstead is full of luxury boutiques and gastro pubs, as well as the Heath – a large, hilly expanse of parkland that has starred in plenty of films and is one of the most beautiful bits of greenery in London.


More about us

  1. We are a mother (Patty, 64 - but young at heart and trendy) and daughter (Beany, 38) who live in separate flats in the same house
  2. Patty is a chief financial officer of an international company and Beany works in publishing
  3. Beany used to live in Thailand and we love to travel - not always necessarily together though!

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
The Wetfish Cafe, L’Aventure, Côte, Gauchos, Mimmo La Buffala, Gung Ho, Cafe Med, Bradley’s, Green Cottage
Cool bars
The Alice House, The Holly Bush, The Wells, The Freemason Arms
Cozy cafés
Ginger & White, Gail’s, Paul, The Buttery, Simply Scrumptious
Retail therapy
Bond Street, John Lewis, Selfridges, Primrose Hill and Hampstead High Street
Bit of culture
Burgh House, Kenwood House, Hampstead Theatre and all of London’s museums and theatres
Walks in the park
Hampstead Heath, Regents Park, Hyde Park, Primrose Hill
Spot of exercise
Hampstead Heath
Day tripping
Brighton, Oxford, Cambridge

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