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Trendy and airy are the words that come to mind when viewing this one bedroom loft. Those looking for a place that is anything but standard will love the mix of vintage and modern furniture, with an Asian inspiration, giving the apartment a unique look. Located on the 1st floor (considered the 2nd by Americans) a 20th century building equipped with a security system, this London apartment has been decorated to create a zen-like and inviting atmosphere to make you feel at home!
In this loft, the high ceilings make the space feel open and spacious and give it a luxurious feel, and the numerous windows provide a better reception of natural light than many apartments. The emphasis on a zen environment can be seen in every room with the use of natural plants and materials like hardwood floors, wooden kitchen cabinets and wooden bathtub in the bathroom, or the relaxing chair and floor mattress in the living room. This peaceful atmosphere follows you to the bedroom, simply furnished with a king size bed and decorated with neutral colors for a restful sleeping space. Additionally this apartment is furnished with all the conveniences of home: there is a TV with cable, stainless steel appliances in the spacious kitchen, and a laundry room with washer and dryer.
You will find this apartment at Kilburn Lane by Beethoven Street, in an area of north-west London called Kilburn, bordered by the St Johns Wood and Regents Park areas. Here is what you will find around the neighborhood:
- Ida restaurant: for a lunch and dinner close to home, this restaurant is situated less than 120 meters (390 feet) away and serves home-cooked Italian food. Try their hand-rolled egg pasta, a rarity these days even in Italy!
- Sainsbury's supermarket: if you want to put the beautiful kitchen to use and cook at home, this supermarket located 800 meters (0.5 miles) away offers a large selection of groceries and products for your home.
- Queen’s Park: with an area of 120,000 m2 (30 acres), you will have plenty of space to relax with your family or friends. Facilities in the park include tennis courts, a pitch and putt course, a pétanque pitch, a small zoo and a café.
- Notting Hill: popular destination for its Portobello Market, colorful houses, the house with the blue door from the movie and its numerous cafés, restaurants, bars and trendy clubs, this area is located about a 20 minute bus ride away (on average). Bus 452 on Chamberlayne Road will take you there.
To experience the rest of London, the Queen's Park station has direct links to south and central London via the Bakerloo Line, with a stop at Picadilly Circus, famous for its neon billboard in the center of London!
It is important to point out that this loft space is in a building close to the Queens Park railway station and railway lines. The owner has triple glazed the property to ensure minimum noise disruption from the trains that operate during the day. Trains do not operate late at night.