Hammersmith & Fulham Apartment Rental Photos and Description
Ground Floor Garden Apartment, 2 Bedrooms + sofa bed, 2 Baths, (Sleeps 5
This charming two bedroom, two bathroom ground floor garden flat is an ideal base for exploring London. All on one level it is ideal for people who find steps difficult. It is not suitable for very young children (although fine for babies). Situated in Parsons Green an up-market area of central London, close to the Kings Rd Chelsea, this quiet garden flat is round the corner from excellent transport facilities, restaurants and shops.
The sitting room with original period features and gas coal fire has a 4'6'' sofa bed.
The spacious kitchen/dining room is fully equipped and the whole flat is air-conditioned, which after a day of site-seeing on a boiling hot day comes as a welcome relief. The flat has two intercommunicating bedrooms, each independently accessed with their own bathrooms, both bedrooms have digital TV. The main bedroom has double doors directly onto the patio and garden, ideal for al-fresco dining. The patio has steps leading down to a small enclosed garden which is full of fragrant plants and flowers. An oasis on a hot summer's day.
Please note, as a home furnished and equipped for adults, the flat is not suitable for small children.
Keywords: Two minutes from Parsons Green Tube station and a bus stop, ideal location for South Kensington Museums, Picadilly, and West-end theatres, Harrods and all central London attractions. Ground floor, disabled friendly, garden flat with large terrace, air conditioning, wi-fi access, digital TV.
- limited accessibility
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
About Sue Gamblin
We moved down the road from Chelsea into this area nearly thirty years ago and have always been too happy here to move. We spend quite a lot of time in the countryside or travelling abroad, so we decided to let the flat out for short periods when we were away.
Sue Gamblin purchased this apartment in 1982
Why Sue Gamblin chose Hammersmith & Fulham
I got to know the area well when I lived in Chelsea and felt it was more convenient as far as transport and reasonably priced restaurants were concerned. Both the particular stretch of the Fulham Rd around the corner and Parsons Green (opposite the tube station) have become a thriving, vibrant up-market 'village' within central London, popular with professionals
What makes this apartment unique
Parsons Green is an ideal place to live. Not only are there excellent public transport facilities to access all London has to offer, but also easy access internationally via Eurostar or Heathrow and Gatwick airports.
Local facilities are excellent with numerous grocery stores, restaurants and shops all on your doorstep. There are several parks and the river's towpath for walkers/joggers/runners.
It is unusual for an apartment in this area of London to have a garden of this size. It is remarkably quiet and an ideal place to sit out in the morning for breakfast, or in the evening with a drink, watching the sun go down.