First floor apartment by Camden Square, near bustling Camden Town.
A welcoming and homely feel greets guests in this first floor apartment, situated in a beautifully converted Edwardian terraced house, and enjoying views of Camden Square park, with its informal garden space.
The home features a comfortable open-plan living/ dining space which benefits from wooden floors and elegant sash windows flooding the room with light, with views straight across to Camden Square park. There's a smart L-shaped sofa upon which you can snuggle up, relax and read a good book or watch the flat screen TV. This is also a lovely space to enjoy meals at the dining table.
The kitchen is bright, compact with fresh white units and to assist with entertaining there is a serving hatch positioned in the wall between the dining area and kitchen. You'll find all the usual kitchen equipment you need in order to rustle up a feast and to make your family stay more comforatble: an oven, hob, blender/ juicer, kettle, fridge/ freezer, toaster, plates and cutlery, glasses, washing machine/ tumble dryer, iron and ironing board. The room includes a window which lets in light and fresh air!
The master bedroom includes a double bed, side tables and a large chest of drawers with a good sized mirror sitting on top. There is a real sense of space and light in this room with high ceilings and a large sash window overlooking the garden (belonging to the flat below).
There is a second bedroom which is bright and currently set up for 2 children as it has a child's bed and a cot. Alternatively, we can supply a mattress if a 3rd adult wants to sleep in this room.
The bathroom has a bath (with wall-mounted shower), wc and sink units, a heated towel rail and 2 mirrors. A wall mounted shower hangs above the bath and a good sized window sits above the wc.
The areas of Camden and Kentish Town are brimming with live music venues, art galleries and interesting places to buy antiques. There are also many boutique shops to explore and the upmarket areas of Primrose Hill and Hampstead Heath are both closeby. The Camden Market is a must-visit and there are also state of the art sports centres and many gastropubs in the area.
For transport, you have Camden Road tube station only a 5 minute walk away which joins the overground line.
Camden Town tube station is a 15 minute walk from the apartment and joins the Northern line. It is only a 7 minute journey to Tottenham Court Road from here. There are also many buses in the area which will take you to other parts of the Capital.
Area Description: "Bordering Regent's Park, Camden Town in northwest London is best known for its market and perhaps more recently the late great Amy Winehouse.
It became an important location during the early development of the railways and is located on the London canal network. In 1816, the Regent's Canal was built through the area creating a lock around which Camden Lock Village was developed. Today it is home to the internationally renowned Camden Market where you are sure to find something for the whole family. Amongst the bustling clothes, crafts and jewellery stands, there are some really unique pubs and bars offering nightly live music and DJs. The Lockside Lounge on the water's edge is a popular spot, as are the Barfly and Proud Camden music venues on Chalk Farm road on the west side of the district. You can enjoy fresh food from every continent whilst sitting astride a motorbike on the canal's edge, eating and watching the ducks swim by.
This area is renowned for its alternative culture although there are many period properties to enjoy a traditional style of home, from Georgian and early Victorian townhouses to modern apartments and mews homes on cobbled streets, making this an area full of character which will appeal to everyone. Many townhouses in Camden are over three or even four floors so there's plenty of space for the whole family to relax."