City of London House Rental Photos and Description
House, 2 Bedrooms + Convertible bed(s), 1 Bath, (Sleeps 4-6)
Enjoy easy access to central London in a Terrace house built in 1980s in quiet neighborhood. The house faces west across from a church, 2 Schools, Park, and Spitalfields Farm. (check out its web site! 10 minute walk to City/Liverpool St tube/train Station. Nearby Brick Lane restaurants and music, Children's Museum, Tower of London, and Whitechapel Art Gallery.
V & A Museum of Childhood (good web site)
and across the street from the Spitalfields farm
take a boat ride to Greenwich and the Cutty Sark, Greenwich Observatory, Tunnel to Isle of Dogs etc.
There is also a playground and I see down the street at the newly opened Osmani Center the most fabulous playground I have ever seen. No one is using it yet, but I have never sen such lovely equipment at the borough youth center.
A recent travel article that I read claimed the neighborhood as one of the eight best tourist destination in the WORLD. the only one in Europe. most of article was about Brick Lane where the average age is 20.. Across the street is also a new Barklys cycle rental. It is a quiet except when St Anne Roman Catholic elementary school. Playground is full of children playing at recess. Your child may want to visit the school.? Next to the Spitalfields farm is also the community secular elementary school
There are 3 nearby tube stations at Algate East Whitechapel and Liverpool ST. short walk through the Spitalfields Market see web site Oldspitalfields market.
& 15 minutes on the Underground to the Olympic Village or to central London British Museum, etc.
The comfortable house built in 1980s offers privacy on two floors. The upper story has two double bed rooms and a new bath with flow through hot booster pressure shower. Comfort is assured with the new reversible heat pump in the lower story supplemented with an oil bath room heater for warm towels and electric storage heaters in each of the bed rooms.
Keywords: terrace house
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
A Professor of Modern European History at Ohio University, I have made the study of Europe a vocation. After studies of political science and history at Harvard, the University of Oklahoma and Ludwig- Maximilian University of Munich, I have spent much of my subsequent life researching European history. The sale of Choctaw tribal lands in Oklahoma that I inherited allowed me to follow a dream. I bought property France and London as a home for my family. Upon retirement from teaching, I joined the UK Harvard Club and close Anglophone community, centered on the Anglican Church of Beaulieu in a uniquely friendly corner of France. I reserve for my own use a studio apartment in France and fly to London to my other home. I enjoy the opportunity to welcome visitors, to answer any questions of first time visitors, and settle them in before leaving to fly to London or by train and bicycle to travel around France, etc.
I sold a farm that I inherited in Oklahoma and invested the proceeds in a house in central London in 1992. I used it for 3 annual research trips to France or to London to use London Library and the Public Record Office. One bed room I use as an office and for visitors. London is the capital of Europe with cultural attractions second to none. From Liverpool St I am minutes away from the Barbican, Southbank, Central London or West End.
The new tube line takes you in a few minutes to the Olympic Village of 2012.
London's finest curry restaurants are on nearby Brick Lane or delivered. After a hard day sight seeing, relax listening on a lap top plugged to Logitech speakers for digitalized sound of music of your choice (mine are BBC 3 and various US FM stations).
London Zoo, Kew Gardens, Oxford St for shopping,Concerts at Wigamore Hall, South Bank, Barbican, so a Show the West End. Walk along the Thames of music of your choice (mine are BBC 3 or WHRB FM). In the evening change for Leicester Sq for Covent Garden and West End theaters.
No visitor can exhaust the many museums and galleries.
for a evening out, the Night Bus returns you to Liverpool ST, It is possible to revel around the clock in Swinging London. Check London Time Out for the variety of London attractions. Then see how nearby the property is on goggle map.