As you enter the property, you will find a spacious living area towards the left, fully furnished in wooden floors, as is much of the property, and featuring two impressive marbled fireplaces. Providing guests with a comfortable space to relax in, the living area is equipped with a luxurious velvet sofa and TV entertainment unit, and adjoins the raised study space looking over the garden. The study area has a desk with computer which guests may use, as well as a variety of interesting books to browse through! At the end of the main corridor is a convenient powder room which has a full-size bathtub. The lower level of the house contains an immaculate kitchen and dining area, boasting spacious proportions and a modern finish. As you reach the lower floor you will step directly into the dining room which is centred with a wooden bench-table to seat up to six guests. The spotless kitchen comes fully equipped in a modern design with double counters and sleek white cabinets. Facilities include a dishwasher, wine fridge, gas cooker and juice blender among other essentials. The kitchen then leads nicely to a small patio with steps leading up the grassy garden which is wonderful in the summer, a nice open space for children to play in. The upper level of the house has stunning white-washed wooden floors and contains three bedrooms which have a stylishly minimalist finish. Two of these have King-sized beds and one is a single bedroom. There is one shared bathroom on this floor which is very well finished with a walk-in shower.
- Tumble dryer
- Family friendly
- Coffee Machine
- Wooden floors
- Plates and cutlery
- Ironing board
- Hob (Stove)
- August Discount
- WIFI Internet
- LUXURY BED LINEN
- PROFESSIONAL MANAGEMENT
This area is full of lovely Victorian houses with tree lined streets and pretty gardens. It has easy transport link to centre of London but has a wonderfully village-like feel.
Tufnell Park is walking distance to the East side of Hampstead Heath a huge oasis of beautiful green parkland with playgrounds, tennis courts , a cafe and great runs and walks. In the centre is the Georgian jewel Kenwood house, famous for its appearance in the film "Notting Hill”. It houses an incredible collection of pictures including a portrait of Rembrandt and the famous The Musician by Vermeer. The Cafe/ Restaurant in the grounds are also well worth a visit.
Fortess Road that runs from Tufnell Park Station is a great local shopping street full of independent shops including a fantastic butcher, fishmonger, greengrocer, and ice cream parlour, as well as Bear and Wolf — a fabulously child-friendly cafe. The nearby High Street in Kentish Town is good for all your home shopping needs and Camden is only a short bus ride away, with its famous market and eclectic range of shops. And speaking of shops, there's a superb bakery called Bread by Bike selling some of London’s best sourdough, with its own cafe next door. Or, for a taste of Italy, wander over the road to Salvino’s — a delectable deli that's reached local legend status.
The neighbourhood is renowned for its bars and restaurants. The award-winning gastro pub the Junction Tavern is a short walk away. Standout spots for a local pint also include the Lord Palmerston with its inviting garden and the cosy classic, the Pineapple. Soho House's Pizza East is also a great place for family dining.
The area also boasts the Music Venue The FORUM on Highgate Road and there is also good leisure centre and an indoor pool in Kentish Town.
Archway, 13 mins walk