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|information:6-12 months. Rates valid with payment upfront and subject to change. Utilities not included|
In London town, there is a neighborhood called Chelsea. In Chelsea, there is a three-story colonnaded brick building which sits near the corner of Callow Street and Fulham Road. Two bay windows flank a portico which supports a balcony. Inside the building you will find a furnished 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom apartment for rent on the first floor (equivalent to the second floor in the USA). This apartment has a washing machine and a dryer.
The apartment has access to the interior of one of the bay windows, which adds space to a living room furnished with a TV and a sofa. There is elegant crown molding and a massive doorway spans almost the entire room, creating a pseudo-independent dining area with a dining table and closet storage space as well as access to the balcony. The combined effect of these architectural features is to form an open space and a pool of natural light. In the separate kitchen there is an oven, a microwave, and a toaster. There is also a fridge and a freezer and there is a coffeemaker. A tiled backsplash takes center stage. The carpeted bedroom has a double bed and closet storage space. The bathroom has a tub and shower combination unit.
On the blocks immediately surrounding the apartment, you can find many drink shops, cafes, restaurants, and more. Two art galleries, the Iconic Images and the Cricket Fine Art, as well as a movie theater, Fulham Road Picturehouse, provide entertainment options within the same area. Yet the neighborhood surrounding this apartment is primarily residential. You will find the mews of Elm Park Lane located two streets away. A 0.4-mile (around 650 meter) walk north and east will take you to Chelsea Common. The same walk south will bring you to Battersea Bridge on the Thames. Brompton Cemetery is a 0.6 mile (around 1 km) walk from the apartment.
A mile from the apartment (around 1.5 km), on the edge of Brompton Cemetery, is West Brompton Station, where you can hop on the Overground and Southern subway lines. You can hop on the Circle, District, and Piccadilly lines at Earl’s Court Station, which is located the same distance from the apartment.