Edwardian terrace small family home

Edwardian terrace small family home

Christopher

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
2 Bathrooms
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Our home

Our home is a small, charming Edwardian terrace house in a pleasant suburban setting. The house is mostly double-glazed and cosy. The second bedroom and bathroom (with bath and shower) are on the second floor, in a loft conversion, which is a common way of gaining space in London houses. So there are two flights of stairs in the house. There is a third bedroom which is used as a study. The floors are part carpeted and part original wooden. Furnishings are comfortable and homely, and the house is full of books, which is consistent with us both being teachers (now retired) and writers. We have recently remodeled our kitchen, which is now very spacious and attractive.

The garden is sunny (west-facing) and stocked with attractive plants. Parking is outside, on the street, and is safe.

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Who we are

  1. We are Christopher and Stephanie, retired teachers and continuing freelance writers. Christopher taught film in a university and Stephanie worked in adult education. Our main interests are cultural (theatre, music, film, literature, politics) and we think London has an enormous amount to offer visitors in those respects. We're keen to hear from you.

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Your neighbourhood

Ealing is known as 'the Queen of the Suburbs' because of its tree-lined streets. Close to two pretty parks and historic Pitzhanger Manor and its museum. Quiet street, friendly and helpful neighbours. Tube station 5 minutes walk. Central London 40 minutes. Good local shopping. Not far from attractive places like Kew Gardens, Richmond Park, Hampton Court and the River Thames. Many fine pubs and the famous Ealing film Studios. Places like South Kensington and Hyde Park less than 30 minutes.

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