A beautiful, first floor, one bedroom flat in a quiet, tree-lined Victorian terrace in Kentish Town. Featuring large windows, wooden floors and high ceilings, the flat has been recently renovated while retaining its original character.
The centerpiece of the flat is the spacious living room with its double sofa-bed, flat screen TV and glorious, north facing window. The double bedroom with a large wardrobe looks over the neighboring gardens. There is a fully equipped open plan kitchen and a bright bathroom.
Just two minutes away is the busy high street with fashionable pubs, excellent restaurants and all local amenities. A wide variety of super markets is only a few minutes away. And Camden Town being only a few minutes walk away the choices are almost infinite.
Kentish Town is unusually well connected with most parts of London. Only 5 minutes away is the Zone 2 Northern Line tube station that links with the Eurostar terminal in St Pancras and the National Rail station has direct trains to Luton and Gatwick airports. There's also a London Overground station that connects East London and the Olympic Park with Richmond. Frequent buses can take you directly to the West End, Old Street/Hoxton, Victoria Station, Trafalgar Square and Soho, Regents Park, Hampstead Heath and Highgate and of course the neighboring Camden Town.
Thanks for taking the time to have a look at my flat. There are no special house rules as such but I'd like to mention a few little things.
I travel a lot but this is my home. I have lived here for many years and I still return quite often. I'll do my best to make you feel at home too and I'm sure you'll love it, but please be respectful of the place.
I also have a passion for books, especially photography books. A few of them are in the flat, books that I care about. Feel free to browse through them but please be careful. For this reason, pets and smoking are not allowed. I'm sure you understand.
Finally, as I might be out of London for some periods, there is a chance I will not meet you in person. As much as I hate it, it's the bitter truth. Rest assured that everything is taken care of, there will be someone here to welcome you or for anything else you might need. And I'll be on my phone anyway.