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North of Regent’s Park, this beautiful two bedroom apartment located in a colorful London townhouse is in the Primrose Hill neighborhood. Located on Chalcot Square and Chalcot Road, among a number of picturesque townhouses, this fully furnished two bedroom apartment offers an elegant London experience.
One of the biggest assets this apartment has to offer is the garden a secluded garden area, complete with patio furniture where you might enjoy a morning coffee, or afternoon tea. The living room of this apartment is furnished with long, tufted couches and elegant mirrors that that combine modern and elegant furniture to provide a welcoming living space. While you’ll also find a dining table here, access to one of the garden areas is provided by a door here. Large French windows open onto this garden and fill the room with natural light. A separate kitchen with all the appliances needed to cook at home also features plenty of counter and cabinet space. The dishwasher present here is modern convenience you’ll be happy to have. The first bedroom, featuring large French doors that open onto the terrace is furnished with a double bed, while elegant accents throughout the room complement the decorative fireplace. The second bedroom, resembling a comfortable alcove with a skylight to let in the natural light, is characterized by an enormous mirror and an alcove bed, luring you in. The bathroom features a full tub, WC, sink and windows, designed with a similar touch.
Primrose Hill is one of London’s most exclusive residential areas, but you’ll still find a number of bars and restaurants, just a couple streets away from the apartment. Historically home to a number of famous personalities, Chalcot Square itself was once home to Sylvia Plath. Among others, try Odette’s (.1mi/180m) intimate garden dining for a romantic setting, or Lemonia (.1mi/170m), with its leafy hanging baskets and traditional Greek fare. Enjoy a tea at Le Tea Cosy (.1mi/190m), or a stronger drink at The Queens, next door. The summit of Primrose Hill (.3mi/450m) offers some of the most spectacular panoramic views of London.
Access the tube at Chalk Farm (.3mi/450m), where the Northern line grants you access to the City of London.