Set over 2 floors, a beautifully decorated home in upmarket Maida Vale.
This two bedroom apartment in Maida Vale, within the central London borough of Maida Vale, has a stylish and quirky style.
The kitchen is open plan and leads on to the dining room. It's fully kitted with everything you'll need to prepare meals as well as a microwave and De Longhi coffee machine. The dining table has seating for 4 and also folds up into a smaller table. There is a mounted TV on the wall so you can either enjoy dinner and conversation with friends and family or you can watch the TV over dinner. Since the photos were taken, an armchair and a bench (sitting 2 people) now sit against the wall, opposite the flat-screen television which is on the wall where you'll see a print. French doors take you out to the lovely walled garden, with a patio and grassed area and table and chairs for al fresco dining.
The master bedroom has an oak king sized bed with a matching oak wardrobe. Full length net curtains which let in lots of natural light and the room has muted tones of grey and green with a textured bed throw and stylish cushions. The wood panelled bathroom has bath, with a modern shower fitted over it, basin and wc, all modern and white.
The second bedroom/study is upstairs and has a hugely high ceiling. There's a large leather sofa bed which makes a very comfortable double bed. On the walls above, there's a collection of books, and the window looks down to the garden below.
This simple yet stylish apartment in central London is perfect for a comfortable getaway and seeing the sights of the Capital. You're a few minutes from Maida Vale Village and can walk into the cultural hotspot of Notting Hill in less than 10 minutes, with part of the walk along the Regent's Canal. The nearest tube stations are Warwick Avenue, a 5 minute walk, and Royal Oak, about 10 minutes' away. This apartment is in Westminster, London's most central borough and, from Warwick Ave tube, you'll reach Oxford Circus in about 12 mins. You're also just 1 stop from Paddington, where you can connect on most of London's lines, including Bakerloo, District, Circle, Hammersmith & City as well as mainline connections throughout the UK, should you fancy a day trip. The immediate area of Maida Vale has plenty of interesting bars and restaurants you can reach on foot. There are plenty of buses to take you directly to places such as Knightsbridge and Hyde Park.
'The Warrington', Gordon Ramsay's restaurant is on the corner of Sutherland Avenue and Warrington Crescent. The many restaurants and cafes of Little Venice are in walking distance and 'The Everyman' cinema is nearby, at 215 Sutherland Avenue.
Area Description: "Westminster is a well-to-do, historical area with many prestigious landmarks and visitor attractions. It provides a wide choice of parks and open spaces such as St. James Park and Green Park, as well as political London icons 10 Downing Street and the Houses of Parliament. The Palace of Westminster, Ã¢â‚¬ËœBig Ben', Buckingham Palace - home to the Queen of England - and Westminster Abbey where Kate Middleton and Prince William were married, are all in this beautiful area. Parliament Square, with its lawn and statues of past statesmen, is a popular tourist spot and a space from which you can see some of the most iconic architecture of the Capital.
Families will enjoy this area, with many luxurious modern developments nestled amongst the traditional period homes which provide plenty of space. Take a walk along the Victoria Embankment which has some brilliant views of the city's skyline, and if you head to the Southwest, the area of Victoria has many restaurants, bars and shops to explore, particularly in Cardinal Place. One eatery of note is in the Old Westminster Library which dates back to 1893 and was transformed into an upmarket Indian restaurant in 2001: The Cinnamon Club. "