- Room Type:Entire House
- Max Guests:7
- Min Stay:3
- Pets Allowed:No
3 bed house with garden, Wimbledon
This property is set on three floors. The ground floor is the hub of entertaining.
The spacious, extended open-plan kitchen boasts plenty of surface space, including an island with built-in sink and a breakfast space for 4. Complete with all the mod cons, including a large hob and cooker, there is a dining table with space for six. The skylight and french windows allow for plenty of natural light which make the space a comfortable retreat. The French windows open onto a lovely -garden with outdoor seating for al-fresco, summer dining, there is even a fire pit!
The bright living room is very cosy, with comfortable furniture and and an original fireplace with working fire place. The sofa folds out into a kingsize bed.
On the first floor there are two double bedrooms, both have been nicely decorated and are equally spacious and bright. There is also plenty of storage space for those who struggle to fit everything in one suitcase. The leafy family bathroom on this level boasts a tub, shower, loo and sink.
On the top floor sits the master bedroom with a large en-suite. The windows on either side of the room, including one skylight, create a natural and harmonious feel. There is a large queen-size bed and plenty of storage space. The spacious walk-in en-suite shower room, complete with sink and w/c adds that element of luxury.
Wimbledon station is a 30 minute walk away, or an 8 minute bus ride and can connect you to central London in 20 minutes. Alternatively Raynes Park station is a 5 minute walk from the property which has trains running to central London every 5 minutes making this property the perfect match of central London and green suburbia!
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This home is a spacious sanctuary, filled with eclectic and interesting artwork. It's in the north London area of Tufnell Park and just a 10 minute walk to Hampstead Heath, 3 stops to King's Cross and about 20 minutes to Oxford Street.
The main living space on the ground floor is an open plan living/dining/kitchen area. The white walls and wooden floors leave the bohemian style artwork and furniture to create the feeling of a safe haven. The kitchen has a wooden middle island with a white surface to seat 4 people and a small sink and further seating is provided at the dining table.The main fitted cupboards are also wooden with another sink as well as a hob, oven and the usual modern appliances. There is a large silver fridge/freezer and a washing machine/tumble dryer.
The living area has a large L shaped sofa and a rug with colours of burgundy and blue help add to the cosiness. There is a large tv and a wood burner in the corner against an exposed brick wall and several interesting black and white prints. Several bookcases are home to a great selection of books and an array of ceramics and ornaments. This room opens onto the walled garden with a paved area.
Upstairs you will find a double bedroom with one wall of stylish flamingo wallpaper and wardrobe space. There's a lovely view to the roof-top garden.
The first bathroom is modern with a white basin and wc, limestone tiling, large separate shower cubicle and heated towel rail.
The second double bedroom has large full-length glass door leading out to roof-top garden. There's wardrobe space and a couple of chests of drawers.
The second bathroom has a white basin, bath (with a shower over it), wc, heated towel rail and ceiling windows to create a spacious feel to the room.
The rooftop garden terrace has seating for 4 is a great spot for al fresco drinks or dining.
You can walk to Hampstead Heath in around 18 minutes. Tufnell Park Underground is about an 8 minute. You can get to Camden Town in 5 minutes and be on Oxford Street is around 20 minutes. Alternatively, you can take one of the many buses from the nearby stop which will take you to various points of interest within London. There are many great pubs, cafes, bars, restaurants and live music venues within the local area around the area.
About the home:
Ready for my close up
Like the best actors, Kilburn Lane has played a number of different roles. Once a post office (the original post box still stands outside) and a hairdresser’s, it now fills the role of an eclectic family home. On the corner of a Victorian terrace, Kilburn Lane has original wraparound windows, wooden floors and even a vegetable garden. Furnished with vintage film paraphernalia and a glorious mishmash of kooky furniture, this is a home with looks and personality. If Zooey Deschanel were ever looking for a London pad, we reckon she’d feel right at home.
Your hosts work in the movie business. He’s a film editor while she’s a production designer, and you’ll see her influence all around Kilburn Lane, from the veritable library of art books to the offbeat furniture.
High production values
Kilburn Lane is endlessly versatile, combining the cosiness of a cottage and the urban chic of a New York loft simultaneously. The open plan living space has a definite early sixties vibe, with a revamped Chesterfield and the grooviest of lamps. The kitchen diner looks out onto the garden, and in summer months, open up the doors and saunter into the garden, where you can soak up the last sunbeams before bed.
The stylishly modern staircase takes you up to the first floor, where you’ll find a luxurious bathroom in pearly white and rich wood, with a truly enormous roll top Victorian bathtub. The master bedroom has mirrored shutters, an ancient chest and original floorboards, as well, of course, as our crisp White Company bed linen. A pull-down ladder leads up to the top floor, which your hosts have christened ‘the sleep pod’. Low ceilings and alabaster walls make this the hangout of choice for adventurous kids and cool teens alike.
If you want open space, then head for Queen’s Park, where lawns and tennis courts await, and on Sundays, a farmers’ market offers rich pickings. The local gastropubs are waiting to entice you in, and you’re just a stroll away from Notting Hill, and the famous Portobello Road antiques market. You can catch a bus into central London from the end of the road, twenty four hours a day, or if you’d rather take the tube, the journey from Queen’s Park to Covent Garden takes less than twenty five minutes.
About the Owner:
onefinestay gives you the chance to stay in someone's place while they're out of town. You get to live their life for a few days and nights.
Every home is properly cleaned before and after you stay, beds made (we can even do hospital corners) and bathrooms kitted out with luxury toiletries. There's a maid service if you want it, as well as other hotel-style amenities.
Once we've helped you settle in, we're just a call away, 24/7. If it's something we can't solve over the phone, we'll pop over to lend a hand.
And because nobody wants to be a tourist, our homes come with use of an iPhone loaded with personal and unique recommendations from the people who live in them -- places to eat, things to do and adventures to go on.
Booking a stay is as easy as booking a hotel room, with online payment and confirmation. You get the same attention to detail and personal service too.