- Room Type:Entire House
- Max Guests:12
- Min Stay:3
- Pets Allowed:No
Spacious Family Home with garden sleeps up to 12, Fulham
The spacious living area sits at the front of the house with antique furniture and decoration from the owner's travels, a fireplace and big bay window. The sofa at the far end of this living space converts into a double bed to sleep 2 adults.
At the back of the house is the open plan kitchen/dining area. The kitchen has all the amenities you'll need including oven, hob, dishwasher, microwave, washing machine/dryer. The dining area contains an extendable dining table which, when fully extended, could easily accommodate 12 guests. You'll also be able to take advantage of the small garden area outside via the french doors in the dining area. There is a toilet on the ground floor too.
The first floor holds 3 bedrooms. The master bedroom features a queen sized bed, work desk, multiple storage cupboards and en-suite access. The en-suite has a bath/shower unit as well as loo and sink with mirror.
The second bedroom has a large double high sleeper bed with storage below and study desk. The third guest bedroom comes with a large double bed, study desk and large windows to allow maximum light. In between these two rooms is a large bathroom complete with bath/shower, sink and WC.
On the second floor guests will find the large converted attic space with room for two large double beds (one of these converting into a sofa when not in use). This room also has an en-suite WC.
This home is in a lovely of West London and benefits from excellent transport connections into the centre of the Capital. You are an easy 5 minute walk from the famous Kings Road with its fine array of cafes, trendy bars and restaurants. Perhaps try The Jam Tree, a popular gastropub and bar, Marco Pierre Whites Steakhouse or The Bluebird, a well known gastropub at 350 Kings Road. Eel Brook Common and Parsons Green are both nearby, and are lovely spots for an afternoon stroll. The Thames Path is less than a 1 minute walk away which lets you walk all the way to the famous tower of London. You can also reach the lovely Hurlingham Park in about 15 minutes or a short jog if you are keen to take some exercise!
For transport, you are less than a 10 minute walk to Fulham Broadway tube station, which joins the District line. From here you can be at South Kensington for the V&A;, the Natural History and the Science Museums in 8 minutes and Oxford Street for shopping in 20 minutes. Head to Knightsbridge for the famous Harrods department store (just hop on the number 22 bus). Youre also only a 2 minute walk from Imperial Wharf Overground rail station for handy connections to Richmond, Kew Gardens, Hampstead Heath and Shoreditch within 30 minutes.
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As you walk into the property through the hallway you will come to the large open plan living area. This features a neat kitchen area, super stylish furniture including room to dine as well as bay windows to add to the feeling of space and light.
The bedroom contains sash windows, writing desk and queen sized bed. Storage will not be an issue in this property with one room dedicated to large cupboards with plenty of place for your luggage.
Explore the surrounding area and in, particular Londons world famous Portobello Road Market, renowned for its antiques and vintage clothing. Portobello Road itself is packed with established shops, arcades, galleries and cafes.
For transport links, Ladbroke Grove tube station is around a 5 minute walk from the property and is on the Circle, Hammersmith and City lines.
Beyond that, Notting Hill Gate is approximately 15 minutes away and serves the Central line from here buzz into Oxford Street in just 10 minutes.
Alternatively, the nearest bus stop is on the corner of the road take the number 23 into the West End and Oxford Street with both the number 52 and number 452 taking you to Notting Hill, Victoria and Kensal Rise.
Please note this property does not have a television.
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