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With its 12th century roots, Kilburn is a busy, multicultural city in the London suburbs. With plenty of Victorian housing to characterize the area, Kilburn is a mostly residential neighborhood that still provides access to necessary amenities, and tube stations that will take you into the London City Center. This furnished studio is located on Kilburn Lane and Claremont Road, just off of Salusbury Road, one of Kilburn’s busiest throughways.
Located among a row of classic brick homes, the neighborhood around this studio evokes a British appeal. This cozy studio features a large wardrobe, full sized bed, and desk, as well as an LCD television. Wooden floors throughout the apartment give it a clean look that is complimented by the wood fittings used to furnish the apartment. A small kitchen bar provides a fridge, microwave and kitchen sink as well as counter/cupboard space so that you’ll be able to prepare some meals at home. A modern bathroom with a standing shower, WC, and towel rack complements the minimalist design of the apartment.
Kilburn Lane itself is home to a number of businesses and restaurants that provide all of the services necessary for a comfortable stay, including bakeries, laundromats, hair stylists, and grocers. Theatres in Kilburn such as the Tricycle Theatre (1.1mi/1.8km) offer art exhibits, films, and plays throughout the year. Queens Park (.6mi/900m) is a Victorian park in Kilburn with tennis courts, a miniature golf course, as well as a playground and café, making it a comfortable place to relax on a nice day in London. For a bite to eat, head up Salusbury Road to the Alice House Queens Park (.2mi/350m), a gastropub for British food and craft beers with exposed brick interiors, or Mr. Fish (.2mi/400m), a restaurant specializing in fish & chips.
The nearby Queen’s Park Station (.2mi/350m) offers access to the Overground line of the tube, taking you directly to the London City center, or further out, to explore the outer reaches of the city.