South West London home - Zone 2

South West London home - Zone 2

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5 Bedrooms
Sleeps 10
3 Bathrooms

About our home

Conveniently located and tastefully decorated five double bedroom, terraced Victorian London family home. Total living space is 3000 Sq.ft/285Sq.ms. Situated on a quiet one way residential tree lined road with nearby access to excellent public transport links (Clapham Junction). Neutrally furnished throughout to a high standard, large reception room with 55 inch 4K tv, Sky & Apple tvs, dvd player in lounge, computer and wi-fi throughout house, 3 further 32" lcd tvs and dvd player in master bedroom. Eat-in kitchen with dining table and seating for 6, cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer,dishwasher, separate maytag washer and dryer, conservatory leading out on to private courtyard garden with garden furniture, barbecue for alfresco dining. Also Power Plate exercise machine for those of you who feel inclined!
Upstairs 4 double bedrooms: master with ensuite bathroom/shower and w/c, 1st floor bathroom, 3 further bedrooms.
We have a separate 900 square ft. studio with lounge area including 55 inch 4K Sony and Apple tv, leather sofas, king size bed and shower room, double garage, that can/cannot be exchanged with - handy if dates are not quite simultaneous.

We are both working professionals, I was a BA stewardess for some time and have fortunately travelled to many wonderful places. Having left to have our son who is now 11, I now work at a private boys secondary school and previously as an Event Manager in Central London, so I have a good knowledge of where to go, what to see, where to be seen and can hopefully provide you with a good overall guide of London entertainment including hotels, bars and restaurants, places of interest. My partner is self employed in the music and property industries. We have both lived in South West London for some considerable time and are huge fans of this area, although not from here initially. Battersea is a great place for families or couples who want to enjoy the beauty of Clapham & Wandsworth Common, Battersea Park and the River Thames.

Our neighbourhood, Clapham junction/Battersea Rise has wide open spaces of both leafy Clapham and Wandsworth Commons just moments away, with excellent independent shops, trendy bars, gourmet restaurants located on the fashionable Northcote road, local shopping includes Waitrose, Marks & Spencer, butchers, deli's and weekend French Market stalls. Also nearby is Lavender Hill and St.John's Hill with many more restaurants and bars.

Our location provides excellent access to London's West End, the Kings Road, Chelsea, Wimbledon village and the South coast of England. Public transport is a short walk away at Clapham Junction with railway station direct to London Victoria/central London and London Gatwick is 35 mins by train. Car service to both Gatwick and Heathrow are approx 40 mins by taxi (Fare approx £40). There are also many bus services which take you to the King's road and Central London. As well as the "Boris bikes" across the road which you rent and can see London by cycling, a great route is to follow the tow path along the Thames.

Wimbledon Village is 10 mins away by car, where you will find the famous Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Club, Wimbledon Common and village..

Within an easy commute are London's West End, with Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square, Big Ben, Oxford Street, Bond Street, Piccadilly Circus, West End theatres, London Eye, The Tower of London, Madame Tussauds, shopping at Westfield London.

Easy access to London's free admission attractions, such as Victoria & Albert Museum, Imperial War Museum, British Museum, National Gallery, Natural History Museum, Science Museum, Tate Modern, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, St. Paul's Cathedral, Big Ben and all London has to offer.

10 mins by bus from the Kings Road in Chelsea, with boutiques, bars and restaurants.

20 - 40 mins by car or train from the home counties of Berkshire and Surrey - Windsor Castle, Ascot Race Course and Hampton Court Palace.

Other attractions nearby include The Brit Oval home of Surrey C.C.C. 3 miles, Fulham FC 4 miles, Chelsea FC 3 miles, Harrods 5 miles, Abbey Rd Studios 7 miles, Kew Botanic Gardens 8 miles, Arsenal FC 9 miles, Twickenham Stadium 10 miles, Wembley Stadium 12 miles.

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  1. Family of three with one well travelled fifteen year old boy.

  2. Have made thirteen exchanges to date and can provide excellent references

  3. Looking for Cote D'azur - Summer 2019.

    Cape Town - Christmas 2019
    Ibiza any time.

    No interest in an exchange to Australia or New Zealand.

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Neighbourhood

Our neighbourhood, Clapham junction/Battersea Rise has wide open spaces of both leafy Clapham and Wandsworth Commons just moments away, with excellent independent shops, trendy bars, gourmet restaurants located on the fashionable Northcote road, local shopping includes Waitrose, Marks & Spencer, butchers, deli's and weekend French Market stalls. Also nearby is Lavender Hill and St.John's Hill with many more restaurants and bars.

Our location provides excellent access to London's West End, the Kings Road, Chelsea, Wimbledon village and the South coast of England. Public transport is a short walk away at Clapham Junction with railway station direct to London Victoria/central London and London Gatwick is 35 mins by train. Car service to both Gatwick and Heathrow are approx 40 mins by taxi (Fare approx £40). There are also many bus services which take you to the King's road and Central London. As well as the "Boris bikes" across the road which you rent and can see London by cycling, a great route is to follow the tow path along the Thames.

Wimbledon Village is 10 mins away by car, where you will find the famous Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Club, Wimbledon Common and village..

Within an easy commute are London's West End, with Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square, Big Ben, Oxford Street, Bond Street, Piccadilly Circus, West End theatres, London Eye, The Tower of London, Madame Tussauds, shopping at Westfield London.

Easy access to London's free admission attractions, such as Victoria & Albert Museum, Imperial War Museum, British Museum, National Gallery, Natural History Museum, Science Museum, Tate Modern, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, St. Paul's Cathedral, Big Ben and all London has to offer.

10 mins by bus from the Kings Road in Chelsea, with boutiques, bars and restaurants.

20 - 40 mins by car or train from the home counties of Berkshire and Surrey - Windsor Castle, Ascot Race Course and Hampton Court Palace.

Other attractions nearby include The Brit Oval home of Surrey C.C.C. 3 miles, Fulham FC 4 miles, Chelsea FC 3 miles, Harrods 5 miles, Abbey Rd Studios 7 miles, Kew Botanic Gardens 8 miles, Arsenal FC 9 miles, Twickenham Stadium 10 miles, Wembley Stadium 12 miles.

Buzzy restaurants
Little Bird, Sinabro, Soif, Cote, Ginger Kiss, Pho, The Breakfast Club
Cool bars
Humble Grape, The Four thieves, Brew dog, Northcote records, The Northcote, All Bar One, The Bank, The Draught House
Cozy cafés
Brew, Fresh Ground, Gail's and many more on Northcote road
Retail therapy
Kings road and Oxford Circus, twenty mins away by tube
Bit of culture
City of London on your doorstep
Walks in the park
Wandsworth & Clapham commons
Spot of exercise
Wimbledon tennis
Day tripping
Brighton, Windsor Castle, Richmond, Ascot, Hampton Court

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