A 2 bedroom/1 bathroom property, minutes away from Victoria and Pimlico stations.
The open-plan living and dining area is a light, airy space with a simple but stylish design. A black leather sofa and tasteful shelving unit divides the living area from the dining table which seats 4 comfortably. There is a flat screen TV and the windows are dressed with venetian blinds.
Off to the right of the living space and down a couple of steps is a galley style kitchen with sleek stainless steel appliances and a wooden work top. This comes with all mod cons such as a toaster, kettle, electric hob and fan oven plus a washing machine which makes the property a perfect place to recharge your batteries and feel at home if you want to cook a meal or do some laundry.
The master bedroom boasts a large double wardrobe with small dressing table and shelves giving ample storage space for clothes or books. The bed is a double bed and the room is lit with halogen down lights giving it a bright and warm feel. In between the 2 wardrobe units there is a cute and quaint desk/dressing table area, nicely decorated with a lamp and mirror.
Just outside in the hallway you will find the bathroom which is equal distance between both bedrooms. The clean white suite consists of a bath with overhead shower, a sink, a lavatory and then mirrored walls which give the room a spacious feel.
The second bedroom also has a double bed with a chest of drawers and tall storage unit and black out blinds, making it a perfect room for little ones. With both bedrooms the apartment can accommodate up to 4 guests.
Upon request, we can provide up to 2 extra single mattresses to accommodate extra children.
The apartment is on the ground floor of a traditional Victorian building, right in the heart of London. Being in Victoria means you are perfectly situated amongst various transport links. There is a wide selection of restaurants, pubs and clubs to entertain yourself as well as shopping and two of London's most famous theatres The Apollo and the Victoria Palace Theatre.
Just down the road from here are South Kensington and Kensington High Street, once voted London's second busiest shopping street. This area boasts a wide variety of upmarket boutiques and luxury shops and is home to many museums such as the Science Museum and the Albert Hall. Its neighbour, Knightsbridge, is home to Harrods, Harvey Nichols and perhaps the most expensive grocers in the world Fortnum & Masons. Piccadilly Circus and Oxford street are also close by. In the centre of it all you will find Hyde Park, London's biggest and most iconic green space.
Within a 15-20 minute walk, you'll reach Buckingham Palace, Westminster Cathedral, the famed King's Road for upmarket shopping, Green Park and the River Thames. With the main Victoria station less than a 10 minute walk, you'll be able to catch buses and the Underground throughout the Capital. The Victoria line is connected on the Victoria, District & Circle Underground lines as well as providing mainline train and bus services throughout the UK.
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. "