Central London period apartment

Central London period apartment

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Caroline

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1 Bedrooms
Sleeps 2
1 Bathrooms

About our home

If you like to relax in a room lined with books and pictures then this sophisticated but comfortable traditional apartment with attractive private roof terrace garden is right for you. Situated on a quiet tree lined street in Pimlico a lively and friendly village like part of central London you will find it an ideal base from which to explore the cultural and tourist attractions of the city whilst also having a vast array of local eateries and specialist shops right on your doorstep. With excellent transport connections, this apartment is Ideal for a couple wanting a base for a London city break. I have lived in this area for over 20 years, and with a background in the arts and entertainments industry am well placed to assist and advise you with your sightseeing plans.

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More about us

  1. Arts marketing professional working with classical music clients

  2. At home in europe -espFrench and German culture and food

  3. Music and visual arts, literature and design orientated

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Buzzy restaurants
A Wong - connoisseur Chinese, SeaFresh- upmarket fish'n'chips, The Painted Heron - contemporary Indian
Cool bars
The Botanist
Cozy cafés
Tom Tom on Elizabeth Street
Retail therapy
Kings Road, Pimlico Road design shops, Elizabeth Street specialist shops
Bit of culture
Tate Britain, Saachi Gallery, Cadogan Hall, Curzon Cinema Victoria
Walks in the park
Battersea Park - a hidden gem in the city
Spot of exercise
Queen Victoria Sports Centre
Day tripping
very near Victoria Coach Station

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