Spacious and light 3 bedroom London townhouse

Spacious and light 3 bedroom London townhouse

Tamara

Last login

Over a month

Member since

February 2013

  • This is a super-member. They're experienced home swappers or the fastest responders.


Want to contact this member?

Start your two-week free trial to chat to other members

Send a message

Do you like what you see? Then contact this member to see when their home is available

Enter your preferred trip dates


Next
Choose your preferred way to travel
Add personal message and send

Not available

1

Not available

1

Added to shortlist

This home is in your shortlist. To access your shortlist click the icon in the navigation

Add to shortlist

This home is not yet in your shortlist

3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 5
1 Bathrooms

About our home

Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 WC house - set over 2 floors with wooden floorboards and carpets throughout. Refurbished fully fitted kitchen and bathroom with shower and bath, separate wc on ground floor, high ceilings, flat screen TV with Sky, Xbox, Wifi. The master bedroom is light and spacious with Super Kingsize bed. The two children's bedrooms are good sizes. One has a single bed which can also become a bunk if need be and the other has a cot as well as a single bed, lots of toys and a garden with a gas BBQ, children's swing, large climbing frame with a rock climbing wall and slide in garden.
Located in a pretty suburban setting around the corner from a quality Italian deli where locals flock for their morning coffee or to pick up breads, cheeses, wines and organic fruit/veg; next to an organic home style cooking cafe; a gift shop and convenience store. Kensal/ Queens Park is a sought after neighbourhood within London: central but with a friendly, family, bohemian feel. We are five minute's walk round the corner from a very well equipped park, with pitch and putt, tennis courts, children's playground, petting zoo and cafe. In winter it is often blanketed in snow, dotted with snowmen and a large lit up Christmas tree. (We can lend you our sleds for trips to Primrose Hill on snowy days). Numerous restaurants, cafes and shops within walking distance. Farmers market 10 mins walk away on Sundays. We are very close to Notting Hill, Little Venice, Primrose Hill and Hampstead. In terms of tourist attractions, given our central location we are a short tube ride away from Soho and Trafalgar Square (c. 25mins) with the numerous restaurants, shops and art galleries; 15 mins tube ride to Madame Tussauds and Regents Park; everything else is very accessible.

Features

More about us

  1. We're a couple in our 30's with a boy aged 4 and a girl aged 1

  2. Ant consults for a mobile phone company and I'm a stay at home mum.

  3. We are Aussies who love London but do need to get some sun in the winter!

Availability

White
Open to offers
Green
Available
Red
Not Available

Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Buzzy restaurants
Locally in Queens Park: Caldos tapas, Ostuni Italian,Hugo's organic restaurant, a tapas bar, The Alice House, Salusbury Pub& Dining In London - take your pick!
Cool bars
Locally - The Alice House, Salusbury Pub. In London - take your pick! Can advise on further comms.
Cozy cafés
Locally - Gracelands, L'Angolo; Gail's; CC's
Retail therapy
Notting Hill Westbourne Grove, Westfield, Oxford Street, Liberty
Bit of culture
London's West End theatres, museums, art galleries gallore, football games...
Walks in the park
Queens Park locally includes a small petting zoo, a pool in summer and excellent play equipment; Regents Park; Hyde Park
Spot of exercise
A run around Queens Park; a swim in Willesden Sports Centre pool (5 mins walk); a workout at Frame, a drop-in gym with an array of classes
Day tripping
Short tube ride to Warwick Avenue, take a canal boat, sail past the beautiful scenery of Regents Park including London Zoo, alight at Camden, walk through the markets, weave your way down to Covent Garden to see the street performers, walk across Waterloo Bridge to see the lights of Houses of Parliament and St Pauls Cathedral before walking along the Southbank and boarding the London Eye to watch the sunset.

You may also like