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Located in West Kensington close to Earls Court this three bedroom refurbished apartment is on the 2nd and 3rd floor (considered 3rd and 4th by Americans) of a terraced house in a quiet residential area. The 20th century building is protected by a security system and features the typical period architecture.
This well-appointed, newly refurbished apartment has a living room, a kitchen and a bedroom on the 2nd floor, separated from 2 bedrooms and their 2 bathrooms on the 3rd floor. The living room has a wall-mounted plasma screen with home entertainment including full satellite TV package and a decorative fireplace to set the ambiance. There is also an eclectic use of colors expressed through the furniture, the paintings and sculptures displayed around the room, which combine greatly into giving a distinct personality to it. Next comes the open plan and modern kitchen with dining table, where most appliances are ready to use for dinner preparations. On the other floor, Bedroom 1 has a king size bed, an en-suite bathroom with bathtub and shower, as well as a walk-in wardrobe. Bedroom 2 has a two single size bed with an adjacent bathroom where a shower cabin notably sits. Bedroom 3, back downstairs, has a loft bed and a king bed stowed underneath, perfect to watch the flat screen TV with full satellite channels. To sum it up, this apartment is a perfect match for those who want to live in London like the Londoners do!
This apartment stands in the heart of the Earls Court neighborhood of London, which was home to Princess Diana, Freddie Mercury and Alfred Hitchcock. The area is a wealth of shops, restaurants, cafes and bars, notably 2 blocks away on North End Road. Perhaps you might want to try Veggie Vegan there, with a wide selection of affordable yet delicious veggies. The immediate vicinity is composed of residential streets, parks and sports centers, which make it a well-appointed choice for a place to stay. The closest parks are Queen’s Club Gardens and Normand Park, where the multitude of tennis courts and pools bring the locals over. There is obviously the Earls Court Exhibition Centre if you are ready to walk for 0.7 miles (1.12 km) or take a short subway trip, where the largest exposition venue in London will offer plenty to see. The neighborhood also houses the Bhavan Centre right across your apartment, where you will be able to perceive the Hindu spirit which is share by some in the vibrant Indian community of London.
You will be 3 blocks away from the closest subway station, West Kensington, where the District Line will take you to the city center and further east along the Thames River’s northern bank, or towards the west on the other way round.