Spacious 4 bed family home with 60s styling and garden. Minutes from the Jubilee Line... reach Harrods door to door in 30 mins!
This modern family home offers comfortable, flexible and stylish accommodation. It's full of quirks and colour and really spacious.
A large hallway takes you past a grand staircase and the downstairs bathroom with a long sink and bath.
At the back of the house is the kitchen and dining area with a round table. This leads through to the sitting room with abundant and comfortable seating, flat-screen tv, coffee table and big windows looking on to the garden. The garden is paved and there are a couple of outside table and chairs and a hammock for warmer days.
Climbing the beautiful staircase, you will find the master bedroom with a double bed, big bay window and red curtains. The second room has a double bed, the third bedroom has a single adult-sized bed (and a further single mattress could be set up here, upon request), the fourth bedroom is a cot room. With white washed floor boards, and original fireplaces in some of these room, they are sure to charm guests.
Also on the first floor is the family bathroom with a big sink, mirror and shower.
Another feature of this home which will appeal to guests, especially with elderly or young family members, is the fact it is over just 2 floors - ground and first. Typically in London, with homes of this size, you are forever traipsing up stairs to reach 4/5 levels of living space!
Transport links are plentiful in this area. Willesden Green, on the Jubilee Line, is the nearest Underground station. From here you can be in Bond Street in under 15 minutes, Oxford Street, Leicester Square and Covent Garden all comfortably within 20-30 minutes. We timed it and we were inside Harrods in exactly 30 minutes from leaving the front door! The property is also near to 4 different bus routes which will take you to the front door of many of London's top attractions.
Area Description: "Hampstead is an area of Northwest London with a touch of class and a relaxed, countryside feel perfect for families. Hampstead Village is home to some of the city's oldest pubs, and has a range of cafes for afternoon tea, bakeries, patisseries, fishmongers and more. There's a traditional essence to life amid the leafy streets, whilst the centre of the Capital is within very easy reach. It is a very wealthy area, with many celebrities, artists and musicians choosing to settle here in the many stately period homes.
There are theatres, art galleries and museums such as Keats House, the Freud Museum and Kenwood House - a beautiful Regency home with large gardens, and host to a gallery of Vermeer and Rembrandt pieces, and opera every summer. Hampstead Heath, and particularly Parliament Hill at its Southeast corner, has stunning views of the city's skyline from the London Eye to Canary Wharf, as well as the farmer's market every Saturday has fresh produce and artisan foods on offer which makes for a relaxed morning out with the children too.
Heading South you'll find the quaint village of Primrose Hill which sits alongside Regent's Park, the canal and has lots of one-off shops and cafes to enjoy."