Well furnished, Victorian townhouse in London

Well furnished, Victorian townhouse in London

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
1 Bathrooms
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Our home

We live in a Victorian home with open plan living space and modern kitchen on the ground floor and 3 bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs. The living room has an open (gas) fire, a sofabed, high speed broadband and a wii. The dining area has a glass dining table and electric piano.

The kitchen opens out onto the patio garden, which has a sandpit, barbeque, chimney and trampet, as well as an outdoor table and chairs. The kids bikes and scooters are out there to be used too! ..and there's a stock of wood to burn on the chimney.

Upstairs is a master double bedroom with TV, a single bedroom with a bunk bed and the small room has a double sofabed in.

Property features

Who we are

  1. About us: Lucy is a web editor and Dan is a tree surgeon. Our two children are Adam, aged five, and Sophie is nearly four.

    We can tell you all about the sights in London. We will treat your home with total respect and look forward to hearing from you!

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Where is it?

Your neighbourhood

The house is 150 meters to a big park with plenty of running space, a great children's playground, indoor play centre, free tennis courts and basketball court.

We are 120m from an (overground) train station which will take you to central London in less than half an hour, or to the beautiful and famous Kew Gardens in 10 minutes or to Richmond in 15 minutes for the cafes and bar on the river. There are an additional 2 tubes station in walking distance, with quick links to central London.

It is only 15 minutes on public transport to Westfield Shopping centre (the largest urban shopping centre in Europe) and there is a local market on a Friday and Saturday in Acton, try out Mr Singh's curries there!

Central London has a wealth of free museums, galleries and tourist attractions.

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