This second floor apartment and has a clean, sleek interior. The main living space has wooden flooring, a large L shaped leather sofa, a glass coffee table and a colorful rug. There’s also a flat screen TV, wifi, some interesting artwork on the walls and a Juliet balcony. The dining area has a wooden dining table and comfy leather dining chairs. This bright space is a nice area for enjoying a relaxed evening meal with friends or family.
The kitchen is off this room, and is well-equipped with modern cupboards, wooden flooring, a hob and oven, fridge/freezer, knife set, microwave and washing machine.
The master bedroom is smart, with cream carpets, a king size bed with a dark wood bedstead, a chest of drawers and a mirror-fronted built-in wardrobe. The en suite bathroom has been newly done, with cream tiles, a shower attachment over the bath tub, a stylish bowl sink, a mirror with inset lights and a loo.
This apartment also has a lovely communal garden and lawns outside which guests are welcome to use.
You're in a great position, just off Camden Road in North London. There are lots of interesting bars, cafes and restaurants in the local area, especially towards the canal and Camden Town. The closest tube station is Tufnell Park, a 10 minute walk, which joins the Northern line. From here you can be at Tottenham Court Road for shopping (this road turns into Oxford Street) in 10 minutes, Leicester Square for the West End in 12 minutes and London Bridge for the famous Borough market in 20 minutes.
Nearby Chalk Farm is a good spot for music lovers, with many popular venues here, and it is also only a 10 minute journey to Angel which is the beginning of the popular Upper Street, which runs North to Highbury and has many one-off shops, restaurants and bars.
If you want to go to South Kensington for the museums and the boutique shops, it will take you 30 minutes from Tufnell Park, or for Knightsbridge and the department stores - Harrods and Harvey Nichols – and other luxury brands, it will take you around 25 minutes.
There is a lift in this building to the apartment.
Bordering Regent’s Park, Camden Town in northwest London is best known for its market and perhaps more recently the late great Amy Winehouse.
It became an important location during the early development of the railways and is located on the London canal network. In 1816, the Regent's Canal was built through the area creating a lock around which Camden Lock Village was developed. Today it is home to the internationally renowned Camden Market where you are sure to find something for the whole family. Amongst the bustling clothes, crafts and jewellery stands, there are some really unique pubs and bars offering nightly live music and DJs. The Lockside Lounge on the water’s edge is a popular spot, as are the Barfly and Proud Camden music venues on Chalk Farm road on the west side of the district. You can enjoy fresh food from every continent whilst sitting astride a motorbike on the canal’s edge, eating and watching the ducks swim by.
This area is renowned for its alternative culture although there are many period properties to enjoy a traditional style of home, from Georgian and early Victorian townhouses to modern apartments and mews homes on cobbled streets, making this an area full of character which will appeal to everyone. Many townhouses in Camden are over three or even four floors so there’s plenty of space for the whole family to relax.
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