3/4 bedroom house in South West London, great for the Tennis Championships.
Enter this recently refurbished property and you'll find a sitting room at the front of the house, with wooden floors and stylish furnishings in a cream colour scheme. There's a comfy sofa and armchair, a fireplace, Virgin TV to enjoy and an elegant chandelier and mirror above the mantelpiece. The sofa in this room can also extend to a sofabed to sleep two more guests.
At the back of the house is the very impressive family room an open-plan kitchen, dining and living space. The kitchen area is large with cream fitted cupboards, modern appliances and a central island with modern stools, ideal for a morning coffee or an informal breakfast.
The living area here has an L shaped sofa (which can also be made into a sofabed), a wall-mounted flatscreen TV between shelving. There are smart wooden floors throughout this room, and the dining table is also wooden, with duck egg blue, chesterfield-style dining chairs. The velux windows at the end of this room and the French doors which open out onto the garden make this an airy space, and a lovely one for an evening meal on a summer's evening. Outside there is a patio area with contemporary seating a BBQ, and a lawn area.
Upstairs on the first floor, the master bedroom has a kingsize bed, a chest of drawers and bedside tables and a large bay window. The second bedroom also on this floor has a single bed (and another pull-out single bed below) and lots of storage space. There's also a small nursery room with a cot . The family bathroom on this floor is modern, with a bath tub with a shower attachment over it, a loo and a sink.
On the top floor you'll find the spacious loft and another double bedroom with wooden bedside tables, a wooden chest and velux windows in the sloping ceiling. The second bathroom on this floor has a glass shower unit, a sink and a loo.
The house is just a 5 minute walk away from South Wimbledon Underground station which joins the Northern line. This line has good access for all areas of London you can be at Tottenham Court Road for Oxford Street shopping in 35 minutes or if you're heading to a show in the West End, it'll be a few minutes less (to Leicester Square).
If you're attending the Tennis Championships, you can walk to the All England Lawn Tennis Club in around 30 minutes. During the Championships, there is a regular shuttle leaving from Wimbledon Train Station (10 mins away) which you can take advantage of to shorten the journey.
Nearby is also Wimbledon Village with its variety of shops, supermarkets, restaurants, cafes and boutiques is a 20 minute walk or a shorter bus ride away.
For guests bringing cars, we can arrange on-road parking (on request, the available permit can be arranged).
Area Description: "Wimbledon is world-famous for being home to the All England Tennis Club and host of the Wimbledon Championships in June and July every year. The tournament is the oldest tennis competition in the world and a British tradition, with a strict white dress code for players and spectators often indulging in strawberries and cream under their sun hats a thoroughly British affair.
The area dates back to the Iron Age and near the Common, Wimbledon Village is very pretty, with many boutique shops and restaurants. The town area which is Ã¢â‚¬Ëœmodern', having been mainly built post 1838, has more brand shops and a cinema. The farmer's market near the Common every Saturday has fresh food on offer, and attracts many visitors to this lovely area.
Wealthy families often choose Wimbledon, as there are many large Victorian houses with gardens, and a country feel whilst the centre of London is just a short train or tube journey away. "