Central London Victorian house

Central London Victorian house

Viet-Xuan

 

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 5
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Friendly, quiet street in London's vibrant East End. Our home is in a vibrant and diverse area close to the famous curry houses of Brick Lane in Whitechapel. Our home is a traditional Victorian two storey house from 1890, with many original and modern features such as underfloor heating in our recently renovated bathrooms. We are close to Tower Bridge, Tate Modern, The British Museum, Brick Lane, Spitalfields and Columbia Road Flower Market. You'll enjoy staying here if you're looking for an authentic London experience with easy access to the cultural joys that London has to offer, along with the option of day trips around England and even Paris and Brussels.

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More about us

  1. We're a couple with a seven year old daughter and we like playing padel, painting and drawing.

  2. For August 2017 we are looking to visit British Columbia, Canada with my in-laws so that my mother-in-law can fulfil her lifelong ambition to see the natural beauty of BC

  3. I am a doctor and my husband is a composer, my in-laws are retired (Insurance Manager and Homemaker)

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Buzzy restaurants
Huge selection of local restaurants within walking distance: Il Bordello (high quality Italian food), St John Bread and Wine (Fergus Henderson's modern take on traditional English cuisine), Albion (traditional English food), Verdi (neighbourhood Italian), Sushinoen (Japanese), Efes (Turkish), Typing Room (seasonal European fare), Boundary (Terence Conran's restaurant, French)
Cool bars
Amazing choice of pubs and bars, including traditional pubs with music: The Horn of Plenty, Peg and Patriot, Padron, The Camel, The White Hart brew pub, The Craft Beer Company
Cozy cafés
Great cafes nearby: Foxcroft and Ginger, The Yurt cafe, The Larder, Stepney City Farm, Starbucks
Retail therapy
Very quick access to the largest indoor retail mall in Europe: Westfield Stratford, also to the West End (Oxford Street, Bond Street, Selfridges Department store)
Bit of culture
We're less than 2 miles from the Tower of London, Tower Bridge; also very close are Tate Modern, Museum of Childhood, and within very easy reach by tube or bus are Tate Britain, The British Museum, The National Gallery, National Portrait Gallery, Victoria and Albert Museum, Natural History Museum, Science Museum
Walks in the park
We're close to the River Thames for walks, Victoria Park, Mile End Park, the Regent's Canal, Stepney Green Park
Spot of exercise
Plenty of opportunity for nice runs, yoga and sports nearby: Squash; Tennis; Padel; Swimming pools; Mile End Leisure Centre, Mile End Climbing Wall (indoor climbing), London Aquatic Centre features 2 x Olympic swimming pools, diving; rowing; Olympic Velodrome
Day tripping
We're 20 minutes from St Pancras International station, meaning that a day trip to Paris, Brussels, Cambridge, Oxford, Stratford-upon-Avon, Brighton, Bath, Stonehenge is within your reach

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