Modern 3 bedroom apartment located right on the banks of the River Thames with panoramic views!
This contemporary apartment is spacious, with 3 bedrooms, and offers breathtaking views across the River Thames.
The main open-plan living/dining room is extremely light and neutrally decorated with white walls and wooden floors. It has been furnished stylishly with 60's inspired geometric rugs. The panoramic windows are the wow feature and are sure to impress! There is a widescreen TV and a collection of sofas and chairs in which to relax. There's a dining table and chairs for meals at home.
The kitchen comes fitted with all you should need with an oven, a hob, fridge-freezer, dishwasher and a washer/dryer.
The large master bedroom also has smart decor with white walls and wooden floors. Here, you'll find a king-size bed, wardrobe space and bedside tables with lamps. This room benefits from its own balcony which also has stunning views over the River Thames. The en suite bathroom has a shower/bath, wash basin and loo.
The second bedroom is also has a king-size bed, wardrobe space and bedside tables.
The second bathroom (which is shared by the 2nd and 3rd bedrooms) has a bath/shower, wash basin and loo.
The last bedroom is slightly smaller in size but still features a day bed which can fold-out to a double bed, and wardrobe space.
This modern apartment is in a great area, in upmarket Fulham. Fulham has a good array of restaurants, bars and cafes, including The Dove pub, which was frequented by Ernest Hemingway and Graham Greene and The Crabtree which has a terrace overlooking the Thames and is popular in the summer months with people enjoying a Pimm's and the splendid views. There are lots of boutique shops to explore, and a farmer's market every Thursday at Lyric Square, only a 15 minute walk away.
Visit the beautiful, medieval Fulham Palace, head to The White Horse (also known as 'the Sloaney Pony'), a popular gastropub in nearby Parson's Green, or catch a show at one of the many theatres in the area.
For transport, you are less than a 15 minute walk from Baron's Court tube station which connects to the District and Piccadilly lines. From here you can be at Oxford Street for shopping in 20 minutes, or the huge Westfield Shopping Centre is directly North and only a 10/15 minute taxi or bus ride away. Head to Hammersmith tube station to join the Hammersmith & City and Circle lines, or the District and Piccadilly lines are also here.
Please note that the owner kindly requests that there are no more than 2 children under the age of 15 in the apartment.
Area Description: "On the Thames in West London, Hammersmith is a beautiful area, with a countryside feel. It is perfect for many of London's wealthy families. There is a choice of riverside eateries to explore, including The Dove pub, which was frequented by Ernest Hemingway and Graham Greene or The Crabtree which has a terrace overlooking the Thames and is popular in the summer months with people enjoying a Pimm's and the splendid views.
There are many other restaurants in the area, as well as boutique shops and cafes, or head to the Farmer's Market at Lyric Square on a Thursday for fresh products. The area is rich in cultural attractions, with four theatres: the Riverside Studios, the Bush Theatre, Curtains Up at the Baron's Theatre and finally the Lyric Hammersmith, which is considered one of the most notable theatres outside the West End. It is also home to the Hammersmith Apollo, which plays host to major concerts and stand up comedy acts.
The William Morris Society at Kelmscott House is one to visit, as is the Westfield Shopping Centre in nearby Shepherd's Bush, with hundreds of shops and restaurants. For the children, the London Wetland Centre will bring splashes and laughter, or nearby neighbourhood Barnes, just over the river, is very picturesque. There are a number of exceptional 18th and 19th century buildings in and around its historic village, and the area boasts a rock and roll history with the former Olympic Studios on Church Road playing host to many of rock and pop's greatest stars throughout the decades: from The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, right through to modern day Coldplay and Madonna."