Great 3 Bedroom House

Great 3 Bedroom House

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
1 Bathrooms
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Our home

Lovely three bedroom house in Stoke Newington. 50ft gdn. Very good access to public transport. West End and City 30-40 mins. Very nice neighbours. The house is in good condition with normal mod cons such as dishwasher washing machine etc. We would love to go skiing CHRISTMAS /NEWYEAR??

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Who we are

  1. We are a family of 4 two teachers and two childen (girls)aged 12 and 11 + 2 cats they can stay or go its up to you. Will of course be very respectful of any house we stay in. Our children are well trained.

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We are in Stoke newington which is like a village within London it is a very diverse place. 30/40 mins West End (oxford Street Soho) 25 Mins City 30 Mins South bank. The major museums are a bit more of a hike about an hour. A bit of blurb from a tourist web site :-) Church Street forms the beating heart of 'Stokie' as it is fondly known by locals, a shopping street with provincial charm you find hard to believe barely one hour on foot from the City. Daniel Defoe was born in the street, and Edgar Poe studied here around 1820; two Anglican churches, around which the historic village grew, are also located here as is the entrance to the district's two main green lungs. The street has plenty of good restaurants 2 award winning. To the northwest, Clissold Park is a quintessential Anglo-Saxon urban park. Large neatly mowed lawns just waiting for football to played on them attract families from the surroundings every Sunday; an animal enclosure is home to a herd of deer and there is also an aviary. To the northeast, the entirely different Abney Park is a Victorian garden cemetery arboretum that is now overgrown. This nature reserve is open to the public during the day.

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