Apartment in a picturesque Georgian square

Apartment in a picturesque Georgian square


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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 2
1 Bathrooms

About our home

Our stylish, open plan apartment offers a light and spacious living area, ideal for entertaining or relaxing after a busy day exploring the city. The contemporary design of the flat has exposed brickwalls, modern kitchen and all the comforts of a recently refurbished home. There is a large back garden with plenty of space for barbeques and relaxing. One bedroom is currently arranged with a cot but a twin beds are available.

Moments from the bustle of the city, the flat nestles in a quiet square with a church and park, and is just minutes from the wealth of eating and drinking establishments in Angel Islington and Clerkenwell. Fantastically located, many of Londons museums, galleries and shopping areas are within a 30 minute walk. The underground tube, overland train and buses are less than five minutes walk and the Eurostar is just 10 minute walk for easy day trips to Europe.


More about us

  1. We're a kiwi/uk couple with a toddler

  2. Steven runs an IT company and Lucy is an artist, designer and publisher

  3. We enjoy the arts and all that London offers on our doorstep

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
Jamie Olivers' Fifteen, Ottolenghi, Moro, Brick Lane curry houses,
Cool bars
69 cocktail bar, Zetterhouse, The Albion Gastro pub, Fredericks, The Queens Head theatre bar
Cozy cafés
Gails, Cafe Kick, Ground Zero, Fix, Look Mum No Hands
Retail therapy
Oxford Street, Bond Street, Liberties, Harrods, Selfridges, Spitalfields market, Camden market, Upper Street
Bit of culture
British Museum, Whitecube Hoxton, Tate Modern, Columbia Flower Market, Gagosian Gallery, East end galleries, Barbican, Museum of London
Walks in the park
Regents Park, Hampstead Heath
Spot of exercise
Walking, running or cycling the Regents canal to Camden Market
Day tripping
Eurostar, Brighton, Oxford, Cambridge, Westfield shopping Centre, Olympic park

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