Charming first floor 3 bedroom apartment close to Queens Park and just a minute's walk from the tube.
This lovely first floor 3 bedroom apartment is very comfortable and spacious, and perfect for a family or group of friends alike.
The living room greets you with warm colours and wooden floors. The presence of a fireplace and an upright black piano adds a touch of elegance to this interior while the hand-woven Aztec style carpet is in perfect harmony with the large sofa and the wooden coffee table.
Make your way to the kitchen, at the back of the apartment, and enjoy a spacious cooking and dining area with wooden floors, a large dinner table and top of the range equipment.
The master king-size bedroom benefits from ample storage and is decorated in neutral tones. Venture down the hallway and you will find the second and third bedrooms - one a double with a feature fireplace and wonderfully large sash windows, and the third a single bedroom where an extra mattress can also be provided upon request.
The apartment benefits from a lovely communal garden too.
This area is loved by families and you'll find a range of local shops - a newsagency, supermarket, cafe - within minutes of the front door. There's a traditional essence to life amid the leafy streets, whilst the centre of the Capital is within very easy reach. This area is favoured by artists and musicians and, pleasingly, there are still a lot of independent shops to be found in the neighbourhood. Of note is the Organic food market in Sundays which has become somewhat of an attraction in itself recently.
Queens Park is a beautiful park, perfect for a morning jog or taking the children to the playground, about a 2 minute walk away. You can also play tennis, golf and it even hosts its own Lido for the summertime!
For travelling into Oxford St, you're just a minute from Brondesbury Park Overground which will whisk you down to Oxford Street in around 20 minutes.
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."